Internationalization increasingly impacts the core academic, research, clinical and service mission of the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. Global communications, economic, social, research, scientific and health-care interdependence and international co-operation have made our engagement at the international level a prerequisite and a responsibility for our success. These trends have brought about changes in how we teach, who we teach, where we teach as well as the nature and focus of our research and scholarship. We seek to be an internationally-engaged school with local relevance and global impact.
Walking through a tight, crowded corridor of the hospital, Clayton Law watched as a father bag-mask ventilated his son and the tiny patient’s mother held on to the IV bags with one arm. In the distance, he saw another family wheeling their loved one off on a stretcher so he could pass away at home. Law was one of 13 undergraduate medical students who took advantage of an opportunity for an international elective. It was an eye-opening learning experience none will ever forget.
- International Curriculum Fund - Call for Proposals
- Global Surgery, Anesthesia and Perioperative Medicine Journal Club Presentation