Queen's School of Medicine

How Queen’s students are aiding in the COVID-19 fight

Queen’s students are responding to the COVID-19 crisis by providing local health care facilities and community members with the supplies they need during the pandemic.Continue...

Medicine Admission Award for Black Canadians goes unawarded

Last spring, Queen’s pledged to award incoming Black medical students $50,000 in entrance scholarships. The scholarship, which was slated to start this year, has gone unawarded so far.

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Queen’s medical students seek to open student-led health clinic

A group of second-year Queen’s medical students are working to create Kingston’s first student-run free health clinic.Continue...

Queen’s asks: Who gets to be a doctor?

This October, 107 first-year medical students will spend three hours learning about the racist history of Queen’s School of Medicine.Continue...

Excluding Black medical students hurts the entire university

A university has a duty to ensure it doesn’t repeat its past mistakes—especially when it makes people of colour feel unwelcome.Continue...

Queen’s receives $3.7 million in funding towards cancer research

In a pair of black-gloved hands, on a stark white slide, a tumour stands in technicolor. It’s one of what’s now set to be many at Queen’s, with Thursday’s $3.7 million announcement.Continue...