medical school

Professor claims Queen’s owes over $11.5 million for expropriation

In an ongoing Ontario Municipal Board case, a Queen’s professor is accusing the University of taking her properties without proper compensation, with damages in the case exceeding $11.5 million.Continue...

A grave history

When someone’s buried six feet under, it’s assumed they’re dead and gone.Continue...

Program performs

Residency programs in the Queen's School of Medicine are doing better than before.Continue...

New med building opens

The Queen’s School of Medicine completed a new $77-million home at the corner of Arch and Stuart Streets.Continue...

Patient abuse needs to be in focus at medical schools

Currently, Canadian medical schools are taking a step in the right direction by trying to incorporate how doctors should interact with their patients into the curriculum.Continue...

Queen’s medical school’s prejudicial past

Although Queen’s was one of the first schools in Canada to accept women into their medical school, they were also the first to systemically expel them.

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You can’t quantify personality

Grading a test is a lot easier than grading someone’s personality.Continue...

Doctoring a different path

Traditionally medical students exclusively came from science backgrounds. However, due to evolving admission requirements for medical schools, the background of these students is at its most diverse.Continue...

Bringing to life a curriculum around assisted death is the first step

It’s a difficult subject to talk about, but the contentiousness of physician-assisted death may be all the more reason to normalize education around it.Continue...

KGH and Hotel Dieu integration to have minimal impact on medical school

June 28 saw a historic merger between two local hospitals: Kingston General Hospital (KGH) and Hotel Dieu Hospital.Continue...

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