Spirit and pride filled the air at Schulich Medicine’s convocation ceremony that took place in May. The Medicine Class of 2018 walked across the stage, accepted their hoods and moved on to a new chapter in their lives.
Hippocratic Oath resonates strongly Amidst the convocation celebrations, the reciting of the Hippocratic Oath resonated with Dr. Larry Jacobs, with the words having a profound impact on him as a practising physician.
It takes a village To all the learners who made it through another challenging and rewarding year, and all the people who supported them, we wish you a wonderful summer holiday and look forward to meeting the Medicine Class of 2022.
Resident Wellness Day Drs. Dema Kadri, Sarah Hanik and Tatjana Milovic, coordinated a Resident Wellness Day. Yoga, painting, and an evening out were just a few highlights.
Celebrating the Medicine Class of 2018 with Emma Ali Dr. Emma Ali, MD'18, graduated feeling immense gratitude and optimism about her future in family medicine. She feels well prepared to pay it forward and embrace all the exciting challenges she will encounter as a trainee, mentor and physician.
Prescription for Fun Jennifer Gray, Eric Jeong, and Andrew Lechman, Medicine Class of 2020, developed a series of events for their peers, thanks to the support from the Prescription for Fun Award. Food, games and an open mic night were just a few of the highlights.
Transition to Betterness A fun day of activities resulted in support for Transition to Betterness, a local agency providing comfort to those impacted by a life-altering illness.
When an opportunity knocks, a door opens As a child growing up in Hamilton and playing in hockey tournaments all throughout southwestern Ontario, Dr. Ian Mazzetti didn’t envision that one day he would be practising medicine and teaching in Windsor.
Resident Spotlight: Dr. Paris Lai, Psychiatry, Schulich Medicine - Windsor Campus Dr. Paris Lai was born in Hong Kong and moved to Toronto at the age of five. He came to Western University after finishing his degree in medicine from the University of Toronto. He found that psychiatry integrated his interests of interviewing patients and pharmacology and he enjoys being able to help patients navigate the health care system and reintegrate into society.