Meet Anish Naidu (University of Western Ontario), our Student of the Season for Summer 2018!
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As a second year medical student I am still unsure of the field of medicine that interests me the most. Shadowing physicians is a great way to get a taste for different specialties, and that is just what I’ve been doing. Emergency medicine initially appealed to me because it seemed to be a very fast-paced, hands on specialty that deals with acute crises. However, as I spent some time in the emergency department of a local hospital, I found it to be rather different from what I expected. Three patients in
Minimize screen time – Computers provide a vast breadth of information and entertainment but provide a constant drive to do more with the entire internet at our fingers. Although an important tool to study and destress, one must be careful to not overstimulate themselves before bedtime. Taking care of computer work earlier in the day and switching to reading hardcopies later can ease strain on the eyes and help prevent sleeplessness.
Meet Amanda Sauvé (Western University), our student of the month for November 2015!
The OMSA Student of the Month for May 2015 is Western University's Jeremy Chitpin. He's quite involved in his school's student body, as his nomination comes from Schulich's Hippocratic Council's president. Read for yourself below.
Dr. Shannon Arntfield is an obstetrician/gynecologist and assistant professor at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University in London, Ontario. She is the founder and director of the Narrative Medicine Initiative at Western.
Kevin, a 3rd year medical student at Schulich, has always been a kind, caring and compassionate person. He is also a creative, driven and curious student who is constantly seeking to understand the world around him.
A couple months into clerkship, I would like to share a few practical tips that I learnt from experience:
Saurabh Gupta is quite the inspiration. We received multiple nominations for him from students in Windsor. As a fourth year student at Schulich School of Medicine at the Windsor campus, Saurabh has remained quite involved in both hospitals and the school throughout his clerkship year.