Windsor University School of Medicine Blog

For almost 2 decades, Windsor University School of Medicine has been providing opportunity, education, and support to students from all over the world to achieve their academic and career goals. Follow our blog to learn more about our institution, the medical field, and medical instruction.
October 29, 2018

An Easy Guide to Choosing the Right Clinical Elective in Medical School

The pre-clinical years of medical school pass by in a blur amidst mountains of homework assignments, round the clock lectures, and intricate laboratory work. But when […]
June 18, 2018

Calling Out to All Premed Students – Avoid Doing These Physician Shadowing Mistakes

Shadowing a physician before you apply for premedical programs is considered the most important part of your medical school application which goes to show your prospective […]
June 13, 2018

Career Choices: Community mental health in an urban/public setting

Editor’s note : Career Choices features a psychiatry resident/fellow interviewing a psychiatrist about why he or she has chosen a specific career path. The goal is to […]
May 24, 2018

How to Survive Your Pre-clinical Medical Years – 5 Tips for Aspiring Doctors

Caribbean Medical school can be extremely taxing, right from the beginning when you are venturing a foot forward into your pre-clinical years. It seems another lifetime […]
May 22, 2018

7 Sure-Fire Ways to Succeed as a Premedical Student

Each year, thousands of aspirant doctors get into the medical school they had aspired for. Some are confused about pursuing a career in medicine and many […]
February 23, 2018
Medical Students

The 3 Most Effective Review Techniques for Medical Students

Making Mindmaps The most efficient way to remember things is to turn them into mind maps. With Mindmaps you will be able to jot down notes […]
February 23, 2018
Top Medical Students

What is The Sleep Pattern of Top Medical Students in The Caribbean?

On an average, a top medical student tends to fall sleep late, after 1 AM, compared to their counterparts further down the rankings. A study by […]
February 23, 2018

The Great Dilemma: Attend Medical School Part-Time or Retire Early?

Employment decisions are generally based upon the balance between family time and desired income. Who doesn’t want to spend time with their children, right? If you […]
January 26, 2018

Dealing with Stress While Attending Caribbean Medical School

Pressure and anxiety are simply a part of life, especially for those in medical school. Some say that the pre-clinical years were the most stressful period […]