September 2019 Newsletter
- Academic year kicks off with renewed curriculum
Schulich Medicine learners are on the leading edge of a world-wide evolution in medical education.
- Eight resources and activities to support your year of wellness
Looking for mental health resources? The Learner Equity & Wellness Office has compiled a list of helpful resources, spaces and activities to support your wellness at the Windsor Campus.
- My six-word story
PGY2 resident Dr. Roni Hetzel shares the six words of wisdom she lives by.
- Along the journey of illness and healing
Tina Zhou spent her high school years navigating life on her own in Canada. Her mother’s cancer diagnosis meant she travelled back and forth to China to receive care and family support. “It was like we were fighting a war and we had our roles on different battlegrounds,” said the fourth-year medical student.
- Memories of summer
Faculty and staff members enjoyed the summer sunshine, food and conversation at the Windsor Campus Faculty and Staff Summer BBQ.
- 2019 Achievements Report
Adrina Zhong, Medicine Class of 2021, is featured in Schulich Medicine & Dentistry’s 2019 Achievements Report for her work with the Women in Medicine group. The student-led group focuses on creating a safe space and community for female classmates and allies.
- Changes to admissions process puts more focus on experiences and values
The Medicine Class of 2023 is the first to have been selected through the initial phase of changes to the medical school admissions process that includes an autobiographical sketch and widened MCAT threshold.
- New UME website launches
The Undergraduate Medical Education program recently launched a new website. This new site offers quick and easy access to essential information for prospective and current students.
- Academic appointments
During the summer months, several academic appointments and re-appointments were announced. Congratulations to Drs. Davy Cheng, George Kim, Robbie Stein, Chris Watling and Eric Wong.
- Guidebook for designing and delivering an accredited event
The new Continuing Professional Development Activity Planning Guide is a comprehensive guidebook that outlines the process of designing and delivering an accredited event. It also guides you through the accreditation application process. Access the Planning Guide online.