The Max Schewitz Foundation needs approximately 75 volunteers to help run the Screens for Teens Cardiac Screening at Glenbrook North High School on Wednesday, November 7, 2018.

Screens for Teens relies on parents as the primary labor source for performing the ECGs. Parent volunteers are used to assist with student registration and processing, or to perform a small component of the ECG tests. You do not need prior experience. You will be trained and supervised by medical staff. Believe it or not, it is easy and fun!

Parent training takes place from 5:30-7:00 pm on Tuesday, November 6th. Attendance at training is mandatory, however, several administrative positions are available for each shift where training is not required.

If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Aykroid at 847-736-8140 or Kathy@maxschewitzfoundation.org.

I would love to help! I have marked my calendar to attend training on: Tuesday, November 6th from 5:30 - 7:00 pm at GBN. *
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We assure the students and parents participating in the Max Schewitz Foundation Screens for Teens Cardiac screening protocol of their right to privacy of person and records according to the laws of confidentiality. We recognize that as providers of services and processors of medical patient records, we have a committment, an obligation, and a responsibility to protect their privacy of all information that we receive in the process. I understand that the performance of my volunteer work may directly, or indirectly, result in my gaining knowledge of confidential patient or organizational information. All medical, personal, or organization information, whether written, computerized, oral, or tangible in any other way is deemed confidential and will be treated as such. All users given access to information regarding participants in the Max Schewitz Foundation Screens for Teens Cardiac program will keep confidential all information made available to them regarding medical, demographic, and organizational data. I have read the position on confidentiality and security of participant information and I understand any violation, whether intentional or unintentional, may result in my immediate removal from the program.
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