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samy

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About samy

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    Senior Medical resident

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    Montréal / MUHC
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    Infectious diseases
  1. Meme après 3 ans de résidence en médecine interne, je m'en suis servi que très peu. C'est très lourd à lire.
  2. Non, R1 Salary goes to 48k. Plus the call & teaching stipends, you get close to 55k for R1.
  3. samy

    MEM

    Tu te présentes un peu avant l'heure indiquée de ta convocation. Ils vont vous mettre dans une salle en groupe et t'expliquer le déroulement des entrevues. Ensuite, ils vont tamener à ta première station et tu vas commencer le circuit à cet endroit. Il y a 2 stations (je pense?) de repos dans le circuit. Je crois que tu as 1 ou 2 minutes entre les stations pour te déplacer et lire le scénario. Ils vont surement te donner des bouteilles d'eau et de la bouffe.
  4. There are a lot of French speaking patients, up to 50% and more even in some sites. Better be able to speak French at a decent level.
  5. Je pense qu'une partie doit être faite en région, peu importe le programme de résidence.L'Abitibi et la Côte-Nord sont des exemples de région
  6. It depends. Some provinces have mandatory vaccination requirements (Ontario and New-Brunswick). http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/immunization/docs/ispa_hcp_qa_en.pdf
  7. Je ne pense pas qu'un ait un avantage sur l'autre. J'avais fais le cours de chimie organique 2 et j'avais bien aimé. Vas-y selon ton intérêt.
  8. samy

    Internal vs Family - need advice

    In Quebec, geriatrics has an extremely favorable job market at the current time. http://www.msss.gouv.qc.ca/sujets/organisation/medecine-au-quebec/medecine-specialisee/prem/documents/toutes_specialites_2017-08-09.pdf There are many prems available thoughout the province, even in Montreal, Quebec, Laval....
  9. How many studies do you read (average) on an overnight call ?
  10. There is. Have a look at this document from AFE : http://www.afe.gouv.qc.ca/fileadmin/AFE/documents/Publications/AFE/PUBL_Aide_votre_portee_2014_2015.pdf Page 11 of the document (Partie 1, page 4).
  11. samy

    Mccqe 1

    Wrote it 2 years ago and found that a lot of the IM knowledge came from clerkship rotations and not from my pre-clinical knowledge or studying. I still remember the question with a picture of a secondary syphilis asking for the treatment. If I had not had seen it at the hospital, I would have had missed it completely.
  12. samy

    Mcgill Gim

    Love the program. Feel free to ask any question (PM me if you want). Be sure to know a bit of French before starting, 1/3 to 1/2 of the patients we take care speak French and a non-negligible number only speak French.
  13. I've heard good things from Cardio @ Toronto. I would also recommend Infectious diseases as an elective. Lot of volume and pertinent to any field of IM you might want to do.
  14. samy

    Im Subspecialties

    I disagree on the growth of hepatology. Yes, there is now a cure for hepatitis C, but other causes of cirrhosis are on the rise (NAFLD/NASH) and will occupy hepatologists (and future hepatologists) for quite a while. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26707365
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