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SIKESTON -- A mentoring program for local high school health occupations students is giving them experience working with youngsters, but it's also reminding them that everyone is unique.
In addition to their regular class curriculum, which includes learning medical terms and becoming certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, health occupations I students at Sikeston Career and Technology Center have become mentors at the Sikeston Fifth and Sixth Grade Center.
"I think it helps them to see every patient is different, and in healthcare, you have to learn how to deal with the community," said registered nurse Gloria Houston, health occupations I course instructor at SCTC.
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