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Graduation ceromoney and Almini meet – May 4th sat, 2013 in Chicago area.

October 25th, 2012 – “ Police Commissioner – Mr. C. G. Walwyn Speaks to Windsor”

September 22nd, 2012 – “Clinical Graduation ceremony – Annual Commencement Ceremony”

September 10th, 2012 – “White Coat Ceremony – WUSM Welcomes New Students”

July 25th 2012 - “Patient Centered Comprehensive Care Model”

July 21st, 2012 - “ WUSM Student for Health (SFH) Organization looks to the community”

 
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Graduation ceromoney and Almini meet – May 4th sat, 2013 in Chicago area.

Friday, February 15th, 2013
Noon at the Campus
ENT Infections Presentation
Guest Speaker -
Dr. Daniel H. Ervin, D.O.

October 26th, 2012 - Eid Function
June 15th, 2012 – A brand new facility –North American Biomedical Research Center

Oct 23rd, 2012 - Navratri Puja

October 21st, 2012 – Soccer Match – Windsor defeats UMHS (Score 2-0)

October 13th, 2012 - SFH training and Camps during semester

October 10th, 2012 – Suturing sessions for Students

October 6th, 2012 – Windsor Staff, Winner of Local 20/20 cricket tournament

October 5th, 2012 – “A Visit from the local Police Commisioner, Mr. C.G. Walwyn

September 30th, 2012 - AMSA training

September 22nd, 2012 – Clinical Graduates- Graduation Ceremony 2nd Annual Commencement Ceremony

September 14th, 2012- Welcome Dinner

September 10th, 2012 - New Semester Begins

Sept – Dec 2012

August 11th, 2012 – “White coat ceremony

July 31st – (American Medical Student Association) AMSA Session

July 25th 2012 - Patient Centered Comprehensive Care Model – Dr. Kailash Sharma

July 21st, 2012 – “ WUSM Students for Health (SFH) Organization – Community Care”

July 14th – Beach Day

June 23rd, 2012 - Basketball tournament

June 18th, 2012 – Blood Donation Drive

June 15th – Student’s sports day

May 18th, 2012 – “Welcome Dinner – A Night Out”

May – August 2012 May 14th, 2012 – May Semester Begins
 

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MD Program
Welcome to Windsor MD program I MD program at Windsor University School of Medicine includes 10 semesters of MD program.

This program is for students who have completed the premed requirements for MD program at Windsor University School of Medicine. Most students who join Windsor MD program have one year of Biology, Chemistry and Physics as main subjects during their course of study. The objective of learning these subjects as part of the most premed programs is for the student to understand the fundamentals of life with respect to chemistry, structure, normal and abnormal functions of the living systems.

The MD courses at Windsor consist of fundamentals of Basic Medical Sciences and clinical Medical Sciences.
 
   

Basic Medical Sciences

Semester-1 to Semester-4

St Kitts Campus

 

History taking skills, Physical Diagnosis and Introduction to Clinical Medicine.

USMLE and Canadian Exam review

Semester-5
Illinois, Michigan & Ohio USMLE centers

Clinical Medical Sciences

Semester-6 to Semester-10

USA, Canada and UK hospitals

 

Each applicant for admission is considered on the basis of their academic record,letters of recommendation, and the student's record of involvement in school and community activities. Central to our selection process is a personal interview which allows the University to assess the applicant's background, aptitude and in particular, the motivation for the study of medicine. The Admissions Committee selects those applicants who, in its judgement, appear to be best qualified for the study and practice of medicine.

while there is no exact formula, which can determine, whether you will be accepted for admission, the admissions committee basis its decisions on a combination of factors including grade point average, letters of recommendation, personal essays, the interview and professional or volunteer experiences.
 
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

Applicants must be a high school graduate with a minimum of 10+2 years of education from an American or internationally
recognized school and one year of Biology and Chemistry after high school or BSC with premed requirements
 
 
MD-1 to MD-5

Cell biology and Medical terminology, Biochemistry, (Understanding the fundamentals of Chemistry of human body), Anatomy I, ( understanding the fundamentals of structure of human body) Medical Cell Biology (Understanding the fundamentals of cell, Anatomy II (understanding the fundamentals of structure of human body), Physiology (Understanding the fundamentals of function of human body and its organs), Basic Patho Physiology ( Understanding the normal and abnormal functions of human body and their organs), Neurosciences, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Pathology, Behavioural Sciences, Physical Diagnosis.
MD-6 to MD-10

Clinical Rotations (72 weeks)
Core Rotations (42 weeks)
Medicine: 12 wks
Surgery: 12 wks
Obg/Gyn: 6 wks
Pediatrics: 6 wks
Psychiatry: 6 wks
Elective Rotations (30 weeks)
48 core hours and 12 weeks elective and
12 weeks mandatory selectives
Family Medicine 6 weeks
 
 
 
     
 
 
 
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