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Now that your acceptance is confirmed and the rush to get prepared for med school has set in, I would like to introduce you to the association that will be with you throughout your entire career in Ontario, starting with the first day of medical school - the Ontario Medical Association. The OMA represents your profession to the government and the public on important topics such as legislation, regulations and education, but thee are also MANY membership benefits, some specifically for you. Check out just some of the advantages over 40,000 members access and signup early to get a head star
I'm very confused about all the disability options mainly deciding between OMA and RBC. From my understanding: 1. OMA = Cheaper. Group plan so it could change and be less favourable in the future. As a resident will co-pay with PARO. 2. RBC = slightly more expensive. Contract between you and RBC so it cannot be cancelled or changed. What are other people doing?
Hi there, I am currently in 2nd year (Life Sciences), hoping to do my first round of medical school applications in my fourth year. In first year, I took a full course load, and I intend on taking a full course load in third and fourth year as well. I have been living with a severe illness for my whole life. I am not registered with any disability offices or anything, because I am usually able to maintain a normal work load. However, this past year my health took a turn for the worse (many hospital visits, multiple surgeries, many missed days of school etc.) so I took only 4 courses per s