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.
July 12, 2018
Studying Pharmacology

6 Ways to Make Studying Pharmacology Less Intimidating

It is a widely accepted notion among students that studying pharmacology is the most boring and terrifying subject that one comes across in a medical school. […]
July 6, 2018

How to Excel in Your Anesthesiology Clerkship – Tips to Maximize Your Learning Experience  

After two years of being a full-time medical student, now it’s time to leave the lecture hall, put on the white coat and learn how to […]
July 4, 2018

How Volunteer Work Helps You Secure Admission In A Medical School

For any young student, the road to becoming a great physician starts with one walking through the gates of a great medical school, which is by […]
June 30, 2018

Top 6 YouTube Channels To Help Medical Students Study Better

Being on top of your game while studying in a medical school is not an easy task. Despite the myths, there are not enough number of […]
June 25, 2018

Here’s How Pursuing a Post-baccalaureate Medical Program Can Prepare You for Medical School

These days, the trend of medical school applicants taking a gap year, or rather a bridge year between graduating from college and applying to a medical […]
June 22, 2018

7 Tips for Pre-Med Students to Make the Most of Their Shadowing Experience

Shadowing or assisting a doctor during your clinical practice is an excellent opportunity to get exposure to the clinical setting. Walking into the tentative shoes of […]
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 […]
June 8, 2018

5 Mistakes Premedical Students Should Not Commit

It’s no wonder that a brilliant academic performance in your premedical year is essential for getting accepted into a medical school. Unfortunately, many premedical students don’t […]