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MMSA Awards

Like most public events since March 2020, our annual MMSA Awards shifted onto Zoom for the first time in history on February 24th, 2021. Nevertheless, this global pandemic did not keep us from honouring our peers, preceptors, mentors and teachers, for their contributions to our faculty are nothing short of extraordinary. We are proud of […]

2021 College of Medicine Art Show!

2021 College of Medicine Art Show Accepting Submissions   The Annual Max Rady College of Medicine Art Show is now accepting submissions!   What is it? The Max Rady College of Medicine Art Show is an annual event that exists to encourage students, faculty, healthcare workers, and community members to put their artistic and/or linguistic […]

MMSA Update – Updated Bylaws and Elections Manual

MMSA recently updated their bylaws and elections and referendum manual to reflect a new Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity Representative that will be implemented into the 2021-2022 MMSA student council. For full information on this new position, please see the following: MMSA Elections and Referendum Manual MMSA Bylaws If you have questions or concerns please reach […]

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Over the Hump? M3s Looking Back and Looking Ahead

Med 3 is the turning point in medical school. The leap from pre-clerkship to clerkship can be all at once exhilarating, terrifying, and groundbreaking. For some, this transition can be jarring. For others, it is seamless. It may entrench one student in a specialty they have had in mind since day 1 of medical school. […]

Halfway – Second Year in Reflection

Written by Lisa Kim, Class of 2023 Secretary    The second year of medical school is a unique time: you’re in the middle of preclerkship, you’re facing the anxieties of entering clerkship, and there’s increasing pressure on you to figure out what you want to specialize in. On top of that, the Class of 2023 […]

Just the Beginning – First Year in Reflection

Starting medical school during the COVID-19 pandemic put the Class of 2024 in a unique position, and we have had to find creative ways to adapt and connect during our first year of medicine. As we approach the end of our first year, I had the pleasure of sitting down with three of my colleagues, […]