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Health Science Education

Health Science Education (HSE)

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Health Science Education (HSE) prepares students for careers related to medicine, nursing, health science, and allied health programs. Students preparing for health careers or for teaching careers in health occupations can gain valuable career information and network with other professionals by participating in the HSE program. This program provides students technical skills, health care competencies, and opportunities to obtain the knowledge necessary to satisfy the requirements for entry-level health care jobs. HSE is dedicated to educating today's students for tomorrow's health care community.


Christina Patrin
Education Consultant
Phone: (608) 266-2347

Erik Sitts
Office Operations Associate
Phone: (608) 267-2280

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What's New in Health Science Education

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  • The National Consortium for Health Science Education (NCHSE) has launched their new teachers association, Health Science Educators Association (HSEA). Membership offers MANY benefits and provides direct contact with those in the classroom to reinforce the use of the National Standards and offers professional development and classroom resources. To join, SCAN the QR code at the bottom right hand corner of the flyer and you will be routed to the registration site. The Association mission is to help classroom teachers with resources and serve as an avenue to communicate with teachers from across the world, sharing best practices and concerns.
  • Health Science knowledge and skills were demonstrated during the State Leadership Conference of HOSA-Future Health Professionals in Wisconsin Dells, April 14-16, 2019. There were a total of 68 chapters and 847 participants registered for this year's SLC. 2019-2020 conference dates are available on the Wisconsin HOSA webpage.
  • Wisconsin Standards for Health Science Education is an on-line resource providing information about course and program planning in Wisconsin.
  • Health Science Programming in Wisconsin was developed to assist school districts in providing health science classes for students. Options are given for program development and licensed teachers.
For questions about this information, contact Erik Sitts (608) 267-2280