Kid Docs is an experimental new program that trains young children to become doctors. Currently, 165 children, ages two to fourteen, are enrolled in the program. When they are ten years old, Kid Docs begin working in the hospital, using their skills on real patients.
KID DOCS tells the story of ten-year-old Doctor Connor Hansen’s first days as an emergency room doctor. Connor experiences his first pangs of love (toward eleven-year-old obstetrician, Cassie), deals with his moody older brother (a fourteen-year-old heart surgeon), and tries to figure out why his friendship with ten-year-old ER doctor, Hannah, has suddenly changed. At the same time, Connor learns to save lives and discovers that some lives cannot be saved.
How did you decide to create a trailer and what was your experience?
The first question that people who read KID DOCS usually ask is: “Is it really possible to train children to be doctors?” The trailer deals with that question.
I’m Jenny Lynne, a fairly ordinary person who survived medical school and residency. My adventures inspired me to write KID DOCS.
You can find me…
On the KID DOCS Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/KidDocs
At my website: http://www.mydreamcametrue.com/jennylynne
You might also find me hiking in Southern California, taking my adorable and brilliant cat for a walk, or at Disneyland.