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  1. my girlfriend's dad is a urologist. he couldn't find a job where he wanted to live so he just went private.
  2. all medical schools do this unless you're a three year med school in which case its probably even earlier. ubc is alright. i did all the above in my clerkship year too. ubc does have the longest clerkship year though and we have the nbme after each.
  3. my dad's a neurologist. he makes roughly 200k net doing predominantly outpatient care.
  4. when i went through last year my colleagues who applied all got interviews but a few ended up in family medicine. a few were thinking of applying again but after family realized they actually quite liked it. anyways i think backing up is a must. and yes twice the lors. twice the interviews..
  5. Family Medicine: McGill, Calgary, UofT, UWO, McMaster, Queens, UdeM, Manitoba, U of A, Sask, NOSM, Ottawa, UBC Internal Medicine: ULaval, Dalhousie,NOSM, UdeM, UofT(just notification for interview will be offered or not on Jan 6) EM: McMaster, Queen's, Calgary, UofS, Ottawa, UWO, UofA, UBC, McGill, Manitoba Psych: UBC, Sask, UofT, McGill, Ottawa, Queen's, UWO, McMaster, UofA, Calgary, Dalhousie, MUN Neurology: UBC, Calgary, UWO, Ottawa, Toronto, McGill Pediatric Neurology: UofA, McGill Pediatrics: UofT(UofT students), McMaster, McGill, Sask, Dalhousie, UofA, UBC, Ottawa, Manitoba, NOSM,
  6. Family Medicine: McGill, Calgary, UofT, UWO, McMaster, Queens, UdeM, Manitoba, U of A, Sask, NOSM, Ottawa, UBC Internal Medicine: ULaval, Dalhousie,NOSM, UdeM, UofT(just notification for interview will be offered or not on Jan 6) EM: McMaster, Queen's, Calgary, UofS, Ottawa, UWO, UofA, UBC, McGill, Manitoba Psych: UBC, Sask, UofT, McGill, Ottawa, Queen's, UWO, McMaster, UofA, Calgary, Dalhousie, MUN Neurology: UBC, Calgary, UWO, Ottawa, Toronto, McGill Pediatric Neurology: UofA, McGill Pediatrics: UofT(UofT students), McMaster, McGill, Sask, Dalhousie, UofA, UBC, Ottawa, Manitoba, NOSM,
  7. i have a friend doing a gpr residency next year. what is this for? who chooses to do one vs just becoming an associate? thanks!
  8. Family Medicine: McGill, Calgary, UofT, UWO, McMaster, Queens, UdeM, Manitoba, U of A, Sask, NOSM, Ottawa, UBC Internal Medicine: ULaval, Dalhousie,NOSM, UdeM, UofT(just notification for interview will be offered or not on Jan 6) EM: McMaster, Queen's, Calgary, UofS, Ottawa, UWO, UofA, UBC, McGill Psych: UBC, Sask, UofT, McGill, Ottawa, Queen's, UWO, McMaster, UofA, Calgary, Dalhousie, MUN Neurology: UBC, McGill Pediatric Neurology: UofA, McGill Pediatrics: UofT(UofT students), McMaster, McGill, Sask, Dalhousie, UofA, UBC, Ottawa, Manitoba, NOSM, Queens, UofC, UWO Genetics: UBC, UofT D
  9. 1. i highly doubt it. definitely not in BC, i would say almost certainly not in ontario either. 2. lucrative per consult but for the time it takes to see a consult as a specialist you can probably see 3 patients as a GP.
  10. i can say this is absolutely true. i personally know grads from ubc who are going to the us because of no OR time or just doing medical ophtho.
  11. I'm seeing more and more NPs these days in hospitals and in family practice settings essentially assuming the role of a family doc....is this where family medicine/primary care is heading?? Will they become the CNRA's of family medicine?
  12. i have to disagree. 150k is a ton of money. even in an overinflated city like vancouver.
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