During this Senior Clerkship course, students are expected to apply and build on skills that they have learned during Core Clerkship courses. In the Emergency Medicine Clerkship, students have the opportunity to evaluate a large variety of undifferentiated patients presenting with a wide spectrum of complaints. They function as fully integrated members of the healthcare team, responsible for direct patient care with direct supervision by attending physicians and/or senior emergency medicine residents. Students are also encouraged to take part in all academic activities of the department, such as morbidity and mortality rounds and journal clubs.
Clinical electives are designed to allow students to gain experience in emergency care. Students are encouraged to participate in the diagnosis and management of patients with a wide range of minor or major medical/surgical problems and to learn medical and surgical procedures related to emergency care. This is an exciting, hands-on elective.
Electives are offered at:
Montreal General Hospital - a four to eight week elective for ICM or Clerkship students. Open to a maximum of three students at any one time. Interested students should contact Anna De Palma, at 514-934-1934, local 42501.
Royal Victoria Hospital - a four to eight week elective for Clerkship students, maximum of three students at any one time. Interested students should contact Gillian Frontin at 514-842-1231, local 34277.
Jewish General Hospital - a four to eight week elective for ICM or Clerkship students, maximum of four students at any one time. Interested students should contact the Administrator, at 514-340-8222, local 3898.
St. Mary's Hospital - a four to eight week elective for Clerkship students, maximum of two students at any one time; interested students should contact Dr. R. Drummond or Mme. C.D. Cusson Room B340. Tel.: 514-345-3605 or 3263.
Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG)
EMIG is a student-run club intended for current McGill University medical students who are interested in learning more about emergency medicine as a potential career choice.
They hold monthly sessions and workshops focused on topics and clinical skills related to EM. Join them for these events along with anywhere between 10 to 50 other interested students! Their sessions are led by senior medical students, EM residents, and attending staff from emergency medicine and other related specialties.
Follow them on Twitter @EmigMcgill, on Facebook or check out their website.
McGill Ultrasound Interest Group (MUSIG)
Point-of-care Ultrasound (POCUS) student group that organizes events to promote proficiency in US.