A number of students from Pakistan International School Qatar (PISQ) participated in ‘The High School Medical Conference’ at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar recently. The event was divided into three parts namely, the medical conference, workshop and Medicine Unlimited Fair.
At the conference, several teams from various nations discussed their research on intriguing topics. The workshop session was immensely enlightening as well. At the Medicine Unlimited Fair, each person received a passport with the names of 18 different topics or clubs. Each name had an associated task table, and their goal was to complete the exercise or quiz and receive a stamp. Each passport required a minimum of five stamps before moving on to the next one. They received rewards such as chocolates, bands, pens, bookmarks, teddy bears, magnets, caps, and so on.
"The volunteers and professors appreciated the comprehension, knowledge and educational establishment of our learners. Our students marked their presence with confidence, great display of knowledge and understanding and vibrant communication skills that brought great prestige to their institute and mentors. Overall, it was a fun way to explore and learn new things," a PISQ statement added.