STEM delves into the Medical Field
The STEM Club-Logical, Analytical, and Medical Bridgetines (LAMB), headed by their coordinator Ms. Cenen Chavez, conducted their Science and Technology exposure trips at Pioneer Laboratory and Jesus of Nazareth Hospital in Batangas City, October 20 and November 9. On their trip to Pioneer Laboratory, the STEM students were accompanied by teachers and came in two branches, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Pioneer Laboratory is known for conducting lab examinations such as 2D echo, ECG, ultrasound and other tests.
The employees welcomed the Bridgetines by having talks and short introductions, and later on showed them their facilities.
The students toured around the area and experienced using their laboratory equipment. Description and usage of equipment were shown to students to enhance their learnings about the activities done in a laboratory.
Also, the students went to Jesus of Nazareth Hospital for their second exposure trip. They also came in two batches and accompanied by teachers.
The students were toured around the different sections of the hospital, as well as its short introduction and history. Students were classified and separated according to the field that they want to pursue like Medical Technology, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Dentistry, and other areas.
Through this, they were given introductions about the kind of work that is awaiting them. Some were toured around, some had question and answer portion to know more about their preferred program.
Also, a demonstration of an emergency situation was shown to students for them to have knowledge about the activities in the emergency room.
By Mikhaela Marie Aguila