Live 2019

Fresh off the heels of their 2019 McGill Interprofessionalism Research Symposium on March 20, the McGill Association of Students in Healthcare are already planning for next academic year. The 2019 symposium saw students from a range of disciplines present posters and oral presentations along with a panel discussion about mental health.
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Live 2019

Recent MDCM graduate Dr. Philippe-Antoine Bilodeau and recent nursing graduate Cassandra Veilleux are among those highlighted by McGill en français, promoting our francophone graduates.
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Live 2019

When Salima Ramdani was still in high school she came to McGill for a few days to get an idea of what health professionals do. “The camp changed my future,” she says. “I learned about the different health programs and exchanged ideas with counsellors. Seeing a diverse volunteer team, I could picture myself here.” Today she is a medical student at McGill, where she makes time in her busy schedule to inspire the next generation of students.
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Live 2019

During McGill’s Health Sciences Convocation, held earlier this week, in addition to receiving their diplomas, a number of graduating students from across the Faculty of Medicine were recognized with awards, including the 18 MDCM graduates named to the Dean’s Honour List. Following the ceremony, several of the MDCM graduates spoke with us to reflect on their experience with McGill’s MDCM program, and offering advice to future generations that will follow.
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Live 2019

For the past few years, groups of McGill medical students have come together to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer in Canada. On June 1, 2019, this year’s committee will host Night at the Stadium, an outdoor movie night at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium, home to the Canadian Football League’s Montreal Alouettes.
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Live 2019

Launched in 2017 by a group of McGill medical students, the Community Health and Social Medicine Incubator (CHASM) provides funding of up to $1000, mentorship and a curriculum for student-led initiatives that work to address the unique health needs of historically marginalized populations in Montreal.
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Live 2019

Graduate students in different disciplines at McGill have recently been involved in a wide range of outreach activities – including podcasts, pub presentations and YouTube films – aimed at giving the general public a deeper understanding of the world of scientific research.
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Live 2019

In April, the McGill University Faculty of Medicine’s School of Physical & Occupational Therapy (SPOT) hosted its annual Name Tag Ceremony, a celebration for students in the two professional programs transitioning from classroom to clinical learning. The students are about to embark on their first clinical courses (practica) in occupational therapy and physiotherapy departments and clinics across the city and around the world.
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Live 2019

Sixty female high school students from across Montreal met with women leaders in science and medicine at the recent NeuroXXceptional Speed Networking event. The event capped off the #NeuroXXceptional series featuring exceptional women at The Neuro who tell us what inspired them to become scientists and clinicians, and what they love about their work.
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Live 2019

Students from the McGill University Faculty of Medicine’s School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (SCSD) have once again been busy organizing a series of events for spring 2019. Working under the guidance of Dr. Nicole Li-Jessen, Assistant Professor at the SCSD, two groups of students, each comprised of five final year Master’s students in Speech-Language Pathology, have developed events geared towards raising public awareness of often-overlooked issues related to swallowing and voice.
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