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When Mary Koziol’s grandfather was a medical student in Edinburgh, there were no dissections in anatomy class, only prosections; and there was certainly nothing like S(t)imulation ~ Sex, People & Ideas.
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A group at the McGill Faculty of Medicine has been exploring medicine’s artistic side and coming up with novel activities in the process.
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The Nurse Peer Mentorship Program (NPMP) is changing the way Ingram School of Nursing students confront obstacles.
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In October, Jennifer He, a Med-2 student with an interest in photography, joined forces with classmates Samantha Rivet and Doulia Hamad to launch Faces at McGill Medicine (FAMM), a Facebook page in the intimate, storytelling style of Humans of New York, which highlights diversity in the MDCM program.
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What does it cost a developing nation to treat a road-traffic injured patient? And how much money could be saved through prevention? These are some of the questions raised by medical resident Ipshita Prakash, MDCM’12, and her coauthors from the Centre for Global Surgery, McGill University Health Centre, in a project presented as a poster […]


April 2014

Through its Catalyst and Emerald Key Awards, the Office of Sustainability is proud to recognize the significant efforts that take place at McGill to grow toward campus sustainability. The awards acknowledge the students and staff who have gone above and beyond in their work to integrate sustainability into McGill’s knowledgebase, operations, and culture. Dr. Marianna Newkirk is the 2014 winner of the Catalyst Award for staff contribution to sustainability.
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April 2014

Dr. Robyn Tamblyn, BScN, MSc, PhD, Professor, Departments of Medicine and Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, is the recipient of the 2014 John P. Hubbard Award given by the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME).
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April 2014

Renowned professor of pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine, Dr. Meir H. Kryger, M.D. C.M. ’71, was recently honoured with the 2014 National Sleep Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Dr. Kryger was recognized for his productivity and leadership, particularly his dedication to societal education in the sleep medicine field.
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April 2014

In an effort to raise awareness and funds in support of persons with eating disorders, close to 100 McGill medical and dentistry student volunteers participated in the organization of a fashion show held this March.
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April 2014

What does it mean to be an Osler Fellow? For some, it’s about the building of community. For others, it’s about the process of reflection and renewal. For yet others, it’s about the desire for making a difference. And then there are those who do it for the joy of working with students.
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