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  1. I recently failed a visiting clerkship elective. I'm a new clerk, and was completely caught off guard with the grade as no preceptor indicated that I was on my way to a "deficiency." I thought I had a good rapport with the preceptors and patients, although they did point out that they expected me to have more knowledge in the sub specialty. Honestly, much of what they wanted me to know felt out of scope of my clinical education but I was fine with the somewhat unfair pimping. Otherwise, I thought the elective went fine; I was always early, read around patients, offered to stay late and help - and I often did. The review said they expected better presentation skills and a stronger ability to create DD and plan, which is fair. But there were no residents during the rotation, an no one observed any exams/interviews which are normally my strong suit. My plan also evolved from the interview/exam which no one witnessed. And it was my first week of clerkship... In any case, I'm wondering how screwed I am. Still have +1 year of clerkship. Is this considered a major red flag? Am I screwed for any specialty, even non competitive ones? I have to remediate the elective at the end of clerkship - after interviews - if that makes any difference. Thanks for any input.
  2. I'm currently trying to decide between an ICU elective at Dalhousie (Queen Elizabeth II) or U of T (Sunnbrook) in July. Does anyone have any idea which one might be better? My understanding is that Dalhousie might be a smaller centre, and would therefore be better for procedures and teaching time, but I'd love to hear what others would have to say about it.
  3. Hi PM101ers, quick question about booking rad onc electives that I am hoping those of you in residency can answer for me! (or those who matched to rad onc this year, congrats!) If I am 100% set on rad onc and will not be backing up with another specialty, should I do all of my electives in rad onc around the country? Or would it better for me to "round out" my application with electives in something else like med oncology? Thanks in advance for your advice!
  4. Wondering if anyone has done or heard anything about ICU electives at St.Paul's? I'm looking to do it in my 4th year elective and just wondering what people thought about the rotation
  5. Wondering if anyone has done or heard anything about ICU electives at St.Paul's? I'm looking to do it in my 4th year elective and just wondering what people thought about the rotation
  6. Hi guys, I just have a few questions about international electives. Do you think they are worth the money and time? I'm at McMaster so it would certainly be a plus to squeeze in some travelling time during my electives. Also, if anyone has been matched with a CFMS-IFMSA exchange, what was your experience like? Would you recommend it? Thanks in advance!
  7. Please help. I am an international med student from Bosnia and Herzegovina and final year. I want to apply for elective at McGill in June 2018, Cardiology, Oncology and Gastroenterology as my three choices, through AFMC. I want to know what are my chances in geting this? I would pay this by myself and I am not appying through my uni. I want to know this because if my chances are low, I can appy somewhere else.
  8. Fabulous St John's NFLD elective accommodation www.MedsHousing.com One bedroom available for short term rental. Perfect for electives! Great downtown location in a historic area of St. John’s that is perfect for exploring the city. 10 minute drive to the Health Sciences Centre, and less than 5 minutes to St. Clare’s. Around a 15 minute bus ride to either hospital. $100/week
  9. Room available for rent in a two bedroom/two bath condo in downtown Ottawa. -The room is furnished with a double bed, south-facing windows, hardwood floors, closet. -Condo building is located across the street from a transitway (where you can catch any bus) -Equipped kitchen. -Washer/dryer in unit, central heating and A/C. -Close to University of Ottawa and Carleton. -Pool, whirlpool, dry sauna, small fitness centre in the building -24/7 security -$900/month, includes heat, electricity, water, and high-speed cable internet, month-to-month basis. Available immediately. Please contact jelibeen82@hotmail.com for more information and photos.
  10. Walk to the downtown hospitals Feb.1, 2017 Toronto- Furnished, Spacious 1 Bedroom Suite Minutes from University of Toronto 1 King's College Cir #3172, Toronto, ON M5S 1A8 Posted on December 7, 2016 Listing ID #0011492 click to view: www.MedsHousing.com Little Italy – FURNISHED – comfortable and spacious 1 bedroom basement suite in historic Victorian home with private entrance at the side of the house. Centrally located on Palmerston Avenue, a quiet, established residential neighbourhood. 7 feet ceilings, open concept dining room, living room and kitchen with dishwasher, fridge and gas stove. Dark wood floors, designer-carpet and ceramic tiles throughout. Four piece bath and ensuite laundry. Responsive owners living on the property. Steps to TTC, College, Dundas and Queen shops, restaurants and all amenities. Street permit parking. Suits 1 or 2 people. Available February 1st. No smokers, no pets. $1600, utilities included.
  11. Needing accommodation for my elective at Toronto General Hospital from Jan 6 – Feb 7, looking for a suitable place with a reasonable price. Thank you Contact me via www.MedsHousing.com click on the link. Listing ID #0011354
  12. TORONTO-SUNNYBROOK-Sept.2016- Short term/long term*ELECTIVE*accommodation Large Furnished walk up – Leaside close to Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre 1604a Bayview Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada Listing ID #0002622 on www.MEDShousing.com Private furnished room in large 3 bedroom 2 story walk up apartment in Leaside (Bayview Eglinton) Surrounded by shops and restaurants. Close to Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (Ideal for short term Elective students) or long term too! 20 minute walk , 3 minute car ride, or 5 minute bus ride. Non-smoking home. Includes wifi/cable/laundry $800/month https://medshousing.com/properties/large-furnished-walk-up-leaside-close-to-sunnybrook-health-sciences-centre/
  13. Toronto-June1-Sept 30, 2016 Downtown condo on hospital corridor 55 Centre Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada Posted on May 9, 2016 www.MEDShousing.com Listing ID #0007443 https://medshousing.com/properties/downtown-condo-on-hospital-corridor/ This is a great opportunity if you are doing a short term elective or summer rotation in Toronto. Junior one-bedroom condo in secure building minutes from St. Patrick and Dundas subway stations. Toronto General, Princess Margaret, Mt. Sinai, Women’s College, The Hospital for Sick Children, Peter Munk Cardiac Centre all within max. 10 min walking distance. Located centrally to Chinatown, Queen West, Yonge/Dundas Square, and the Entertainment District. Single occupant only. Available June 01, 2016-September 30, 2016. References and security deposit required. Price : $1,000/mo Listing Type : Furnished Property Type : Apartment/Flat Medical School : University of Toronto Availability : Jun. 2016 Beds : 1 Baths : 1
  14. WANTED: TORONTO-WANTED June accommodation for SICK KIDS elective. Need a furnished sublet near Sick Kids for 2 professionals Sick Kids (The Hospital for Sick Children), 555 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5G 1X8, Canada Posted on April 28, 2016 Listing ID #0007159 WWW.MEDShousing.com https://medshousing.com/properties/looking-for-furnished-sublet-for-month-of-june-near-sickkids-for-2-professionals/#prettyPhoto
  15. Hi All, I'm hoping to do an observership with a neurologist in Calgary. Does anyone have any recommendations for some nice ones? Thanks for your advice!
  16. LONDON, Ontario- July-Sept-2016-5 min. walk to St.Joe’s HULC-One bedroom furnished apt. 474 Cheapside Street, London, ON, Canada One bedroom furnished spacious apartment in a private home **5 minute walk from ST. Joseph’s Health Centre HULC Clinic. Walk to Schulich, UH, Fowler, Robarts, Western University in 15-20 minutes Walk downtown “Richmond Row” in 15 minutes Ideal accommodation for electives and short term rotations. Newly renovated super clean with a big backyard /patio Available July -September 2016 https://medshousing.com/properties/one-bedroom-2/ Listing ID #0006298 www.MEDShousing.com Global housing for the academic medical community.
  17. This is a brand new refurbished apartment that is fully furnished with everything you’ll need. PGY4 Fellow is away for the month of April (April 1st to May 7th). It takes about 10-15 minutes to walk to KGH. Free parking can be arranged if you need it. Current tenant will share her bike that you can use to commute to and from KGH! This is a beautiful space to stay if you have a month elective in Kingston! Listing ID #0005490 https://medshousing.com/properties/new-bachelor-apartment-10-minute-walk-to-kgh/ Just listed today! Worth a look...
  18. DO I OFFER A MONTHLY RATE? I have a spare furnished room that I rent out to med students while they're in Ottawa on elective. I've been doing this for the past four years and have found it to be pleasurable. I like meeting new people from across the country. The room comes fully furnished, feather-down duvet and pillows, wi-fi included, shared washroom and kitchen. Laundry on site. Pet free and smoke free. Close to shopping. About a 10-12 minute walk to general hospital (CHEO). A free shuttle bus operates between hospitals. Close to downtown. While the room that I rent out is primarily rented by med students on elective or those coming in for CaRMS interviews; I do, from time to time, offer longer room rentals (if the room is available for those longer periods). I do have a MONTHLY RATE which is a little less than paying four weekly rates. Please feel free to contact me to see if I can accommodate a longer term room rental. I haven't offered summer rentals before; but I am open to renting during the summer months (May to August). The room is not air-conditioned, but I'm sure we could work something out to get a window unit for your comfort. Just send me a message and we can discuss. Nightly rate of $50 for CaRMS interviews. Any other questions, just ask.
  19. Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone could suggest any relatively easy/simple/interesting electives to take for second year? I'm in general Medical Sciences (BMSc) right now, and will be choosing my module at the end of second year. Right now I have 2130 physiology online (1.0), and I'm thinking about doing psych of physical health 2036A and then either 1033B comp sci, or 2060B pharm. Which one between 2060B or 1033B would be a better option? I'm also open to other suggestions, thanks!
  20. Hi guys, I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for a 4-week international emergency medicine elective sometime during March 2016 (preferred) or April 2016. I am hoping to get good hands-on experience with lots of learning. Do you guys think it would be most beneficial if I go to an English-speaking country only? I'm worried about not getting a full experience if there is a significant language barrier. I have already looked into South Africa and New Zealand a few months ago and they seem to be full from a while back. Any input or advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!
  21. Hello! For those of you who have done rotations in anesthesiology, can you comment about amount of teaching, hands-on procedures for your sites? Also update for current strength/desirability/ best anesthesiology programs in Canada and which programs prefer students having done visiting electives at their faculty? Thanks!
  22. edit: ***NEW PRICE*** Downtown Toronto sublet available July 1st - August 30th, 2015 inclusive. Brand new, fully furnished studio condo at Bay/Dundas. 5-10 min walk to Sick Kids, Toronto General, and surrounding hospitals. Steps from Dundas Station (TTC) and the Eaton Centre. Heat and light included. En-suite washer and dryer. Free wifi in building (downstairs lounge), and access to gym on premises. Current occupant is UofT grad student who will be away during this period. Special rate $985 per month, or $595 biweekly (regular $1400/month). Email huihsialee@gmail.com if interested.
  23. Hi! Has anyone done pediatric electives at CHEO? Would you be able to share your experience in the department that you rotated in and give recommendations for good preceptors?
  24. I'm a resident at Queen's and will be away on electives from October 9 to Nov 19. I have a waterfront high-rise apartment in a quiet building. Large rooms with a beautiful view of the lake and city. A pleasant 6 min walk to Kingston General hospital and 10 min walk to downtown. $300/week (minimal 2 weeks) or $1000 for a month. Clean, non-smoker, no pet. Medical student and residents.
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