Meet Dalia Karol (University of Ottawa), our Student of the Season for Spring 2018!
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Meet Kara Nadeau (University of Ottawa), our student of the month for January 2017!
Meet Julien Pinsonneault (University of Ottawa), our student of the month for December 2016!
Beep! - "Have you had your calm moment today?" is a message that pops daily on my phone at noon - an app I downloaded on my cell.
CaRMS is like a black box. It is a step in medical school that
you always know will come, you realize everyone makes it through,
but what exactly happens in between is a mix of rumours, some
facts and a healthy dose of faculty injected fear.
The best I felt I could do to face this was to make lists and be organized which kept me focussed and on track. It avoided going back to re-check my past steps to make sure things were complete.
Starting early and working on the application nearly daily were
Meet David Chan Chun Kong (University of Ottawa), our student of the month for September 2015!
David Chan is September's Student of the Month for many different reasons. His colleagues and friends always comment on his amazing work ethic, his many accomplishments, and his desire to always be there for his friends, no matter what.
This is the third and final post of a special three-part OMSA wellness series from the OMSA Wellness Committee 2014-2015. Want to join our amazing team? Look out for applications for the OMSA Wellness Committee and OMSA Wellness Liaison in September! Feel free to email us at email@example.com for more information on the roles.
It is OMSA's utmost pleasure to share Mr. Henry Zhang, a fourth year medical student at the University of Ottawa to be April's OMSA Medical Student. After having worked with him on numerous occasions in clinical and non-clinical settings, his peers say that his leadership, interpersonal skills and compassion have touched many lives and have been an inspiration to many colleagues.
Beverley Preater is a 4th year student from the University of Ottawa, who has certainly made an impact, both locally and afar, but her strongest impact is on the relationships she nurtures along the way.
Although he doesn't like to talk about it much, Linden, a second year medical student at the University of Ottawa, is tirelessly committed to improving the society in which he operates; always questioning the status quo and looking for opportunities for change and growth.