Explore a career in medicine at daylong program Nov. 8 St. Thomas Newsroom October 14, 2003 A panel of six physicians who will describe their work, what the experience is like for them, and how they find balance in their professional and personal lives.A panel of two physicians who will describe formal medical education and the approaches used in teaching the art and the science of medicine.A panel of admissions officers from four medical schools, who will describe the qualities that help to define a good medical student and a successful physician. A box lunch session, in which small groups of attendees will meet with one or more panelists to address individual questions about medical careers.Dr. Charlotte Ovechka, director of the Pre-Health Professions Advising Office, and Dr. Laurence Savett, a physician who teaches “The Humanism of Medicine” this fall, are coordinating the program. Cost is $15 and includes continental breakfast, box lunch and handouts. If you’re aiming for medical school, this program can help you make an informed choice about a career. To register, send $15 by the registration deadline, Saturday, Nov. 1, 2003, to: Ovechka, University of St. Thomas, OWS 153, 2115 Summit Ave., St. Paul, MN 55105.