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  1. Anatomical Pathology: Pathology: Memorial, Ottawa, Queens, McGill, Calgary (Gen & AP), Manitoba, Dalhousie, Western, Toronto, Alberta (Gen Path & AP), UBC, McMaster (Gen & AP)Anesthesiology: NOSM, Ottawa, USask, Calgary, Western, Queen's, UBC, McMaster, Dalhousie, MUN, Manitoba, Toronto, AlbertaCardiac Surgery: McGillDermatology: Alberta, Calgary, Toronto, McMaster, Ottawa, McGillDiagnostic Radiology: McGill, Queen's, Calgary, MUN, Dalhousie, UBC, Manitoba, Western, Alberta, Toronto, McMaster, Saskatchewan, Montreal, OttawaEmergency Medicine: Queen's, Sask, Laval, Manitoba, Toronto
  2. Anatomical Pathology: ALL RELEASEDAnesthesiology: NOSM, Ottawa, USask, Calgary, WesternCardiac Surgery: McGillDermatology: Alberta, CalgaryDiagnostic Radiology: McGill, Queen's, Calgary, MUN, Dalhousie, UBCEmergency Medicine: Queen's, Sask Family Medicine: Laval, Sherbrooke, Montreal, U of T, McGill (Montreal urban stream), WesternGeneral surgery: Manitoba, McGillInternal Medicine:Laboratory Medicine:Medical Biochemistry:Medical Genetics:Neurology: Manitoba, UBC, Calgary, Memorial, Alberta, Dalhousie, McGillNeurology-Pediatric: Calgary, UBC, U of Alberta, McMaster, McGill, OttawaNeuropathology
  3. So, congrats to the class of 2020!! Or at least the Newfoundland contingent I figured I'd start this thread incase anyone had any post acceptance questions about school, moving to NL, MUN med or whatever after you guys have finished (rightfully so!!) basking in the moment
  4. I know that tour groups are often thought of as the height of "uncoolness" but I was in the same boat as you - wanting to travel Europe this summer but not having anyone to go with - and I decided to do a Contiki trip. I did a week long one for spring break, and they are great for people who are just getting introduced to travel. They take care of all of your hotels, most meals, transport and plan plenty of activities, and they help with the little things you don't think of like navigating public transport systems and cool shortcuts for getting into attractions and the like. I know tours are
  5. You do it more than once in the program - 3 or 4 times I believe. In first year it was the weeks before or after Christmas break for us, and it's in September of our second year right now. And it really is a fantastic experience!
  6. Most waitlists don't move until May or later when the Ontario schools release their letters. Good luck to everyone waiting though; as an applicant who got in off the waitlist I can tell you it does happen
  7. I believe the OOP date is late May this year all Canada wide. MUN decided to standardize the dates with the rest of the country this year. April for PEI and NB sometime I believe, as they coordinate that with Dal. But don't quote me on that!
  8. MUN definitely takes nursing students, as we have several RN's in the class
  9. So, here it is, the MUN Med Class of 2018 Interview Video! It was a blast to make, and I hope it was as fun to watch! Video link because I don't know how to embed video on this forum. Clicking on the link there will take you right to the YouTube posting of the video, and as an added bonus/embarrassment for my class, the video there has a link to the bloopers of the video So, enjoy, and I wish everyone luck in hearing good news come 2015! As we said in the video, we can't wait to meet you MUN Med Class of 2019!
  10. I'm so glad you guys liked it! I have to submit the video to admissions and they are going to put it up on the MUN Med youtube channel, and I'll embed the video on a post here once that's done. Great meeting everyone today!
  11. Good luck to all of you guys and gals Saturday! You're all brilliant, and you all deserve to get into medical school, so now all you have to do is prove it. Now, just take a deep breath and let yourself enjoy this opportunity. This can be fun if you let it, and nothing looks better than confidence! The admissions office is all ready, the video is finished and the 2018's can't wait to meet you (even if we do have to be there by 7 am ) so all you have to do is show up and be your awesome selves! Time to shine Class of 2019
  12. No problem, glad I could be of some help Can't wait to meet all of you guys and gals Saturday and all the best of luck to everyone!
  13. The airport cabs run a flat rate to hotels, but everything in St. John's is no farther than 15 min by car away, so it's not a big fee to get around. 15 min to downtown and 10 min from downtown to MUN
  14. I have no idea what a spiral is lol The stories are that they try to integrate cases into our learning, but that usually doesn't actually happen. We do have ILS, which is like PBL, where we move into small groups and look at a case together, but most profs aren't into using the cases in class yet. The only 2 week thing I can think of is that we do a 2 week community placement in a rural area, and then 2 weeks of research. Special projects is just the umbrella term for ethics, law, consent, confidentiality, etc.
  15. It's...still got some bugs to it. But it's integrated, so we have testable class with other courses like clinical skills, special projects, community engagement, and we don't have blocks of subjects at a time. You probably don't have to go to deep into it - just say you like the idea of an integrate curriculum.
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