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Faculty of Medicine

October 16 is World Restart a Heart (WRAH) Day

Join students from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences who are leading the virtual McGill World Restart a Heart (WRAH) 2020 Campaign with online training and virtual events to increase rates of bystander CPR.

Consultations for anti-Black racism action plan

The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences’ SACE office is hosting two consultation events for Black students, faculty and staff to share ideas to develop a Faculty-specific plan to address systemic anti-Black racism.

Hidden disorder that affects up to 10% of kids

Most people have never heard of developmental language disorder. On October 26, the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders hosts an expert panel to raise awareness.

COVID-19: What’s the prognosis?

Hear from our experts on the frontlines of COVID-19 public health and research efforts – Dr. Tim Evans, Dr. Catherine Hankins and Dr. Don Sheppard – about where we stand and what lies ahead.

Distress linked to facial transplantation

New McGill study shows that that patients with severe facial disfigurement are less likely to grasp the significant risks associated with this controversial procedure.

McGill Cares webcast: Concussions and dementia

On October 21 at 12pm our guest Dr. Alain Ptito will address how brain injuries change the brain; the relationship between concussions and dementia; and potential treatments to restore brain health after a concussion.


Patient at heart, Science in hand…

Welcome to the McGill Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences — home to a unique and diverse community of health professionals, scientists, students and staff who are committed to compassionate, evidence-based care.



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McGill is one of the top medical schools in North America and enjoys an international reputation for excellence in teaching, clinical training and research.


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Dr. Don Sheppard, Director of the McGill Interdisciplinary Initiative in Infection and Immunity (MI4), explains how we can manage risk associated with COVID-19 going forward.


At McGill’s new Campus Outaouais, the first cohorts of the undergraduate medical education and medicine preparatory programs have now started their studies in French, in Gatineau. Bienvenue!



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