About the MedLINCS Program
MedLINCS - Medical Learning in Community Settings - is an innovative program, providing first and second year Schulich Medicine students with a diverse clinical and teaching opportunity in rural and regional Southwestern Ontario.
Schulich Medicine students experience the dynamic delivery of community medicine through clinical rotations in various settings and observing a variety of medical specialties and practices and work collaboratively with community partners to develop a week long health career exploration program for secondary school students.
MedLINCS aims to build opportunities for medical students to experience living, learning and working in rural and regional Southwestern Ontario, and to inspire local youth to consider medicine or a career in health care, ultimately creating a continuum of learners throughout the region.
Community partners throughout Southwestern Ontario participate in MedLINCS in collaboration with the Southwestern Ontario Medical Education Network and the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, through Western University.
Applications for 2014: