OMSA stands for the Ontario Medical Students Association, the community that includes every medical student in Ontario and brings together the essence of our medical school experience with our diverse student population. OMSA is also the dedicated student voice of the Ontario Medical Association (OMA). The organization represent the views and concerns of the over 3,000 Ontario medical students on a number of issues.
OMA Transition to Residency Series:
Attention all graduating students, the OMA will be coming to your schools soon to give you important prep information about how to move forward into residency. More details here.
Read about the OMSA Medical Student of February: Justin Lam
We'd like to share with you a great story for the first OMSA Medical Student of 2015. Justin Lam is an amazing 1T7 from UofT who is working passionately to bring together more of the art and humanity into medical education.
Registration for OMSA Leadership Summit and Lobby Day:
Apply for the OMSA Leadership Summit and Lobby Day weekend in Toronto now. We will be accepting applications until February 20th. More information and schedule can be found here.
Read our interview with Dr. Arntfield!
We followed up with the OMSW 2014 keynote speaker, Dr. Shannon Arntfield, to talk more about narrative medicine and her experience with it in medical education. Read more about it here!
Follow us on Social Media
Writers, bloggers, and social media divas unite, OMSA has launched a med student blog. We wanted to hear more of the stories from medical students across Ontario as well as share what sort of experiences are happening in medical school. Check out the new blog here, submit an entry here, or join our regular writing group by emailing our editor!
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