Drew Muldowney, on May 31, 2017 12:03:52 PM
Trinity School of Medicine, on Oct 17, 2016 3:15:00 PM
While a majority of Trinity's student body is training for a career back in the US and Canada, the school and students have embraced their part of the St. Vincent community. The Canadian Medical Student Association (CaMSA)'s latest event proved the roots are only growing deeper.
Stacy Meyer, on Jun 6, 2014 5:53:00 AM
Stacy Meyer, on May 14, 2014 12:25:00 PM
Trinity School of Medicine, St. Vincent and the Grenadines held a White Coat Ceremony for the students who will earn their Doctor of Medicine degree in as part of the Class of 2018. Twenty-five incoming students were robed with their White Coats at the impressive and inspiring event, which took place at the institution on Saturday, May 10th, 2014.
While all of the incoming students claim North America as home, they represent a diverse set of ethnicities and cultures, one of the benefits of studying abroad. Nearly one third of the incoming students came from Canada with the other two thirds from the U.S. The 25 students earned their place in the program with strong academic credentials from large Universities and small Colleges including:
Stacy Meyer, on May 1, 2014 9:29:00 AM
Stacy Meyer, on Feb 14, 2014 6:03:00 AM
[Updated on 3/9/2017]
Will I be able to practice in Canada, in the U.S. or near home? Is Trinity approved, accredited, recognized? Can Caribbean medical school students compete with U.S. Medical students in the Residency match? These are some of our most frequently asked questions from prospective students considering Caribbean medical schools. To help answer these questions we've gathered information from reputable and authoritative sources: the American Medical Association (AMA), the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) and from the individual Medical Boards of North American. We hope to bring clarity to the vast amount of misinformation and opinion generated by internet searches, pre-med forums and other less-than-reputable sites.
Stacy Meyer, on Jan 10, 2014 1:20:00 PM
How Do You Compare MD Programs?
You likely have a check list you use when evaluating schools with items such as Step 1 scores, Residency match success, finances and accreditation. Many reputable Caribbean medical schools will meet these requirements so go beyond the check list and determine what motivates you and in what type of environment you thrive. The following videos from 2013 showcase our students describing the unique qualities that are positioning them for success:
Limited-Sized Incoming Classes
With each new term facilitating 25 (January and May) or 75 (September) new students to the Campus, students establish strong bonds fostering cooperation instead of competition. VIEW VIDEO
Stacy Meyer, on Nov 8, 2013 5:02:00 PM
U.S. medicals schools have been modifying their curriculum to stress the importance of early clinical exposure. This is another aspect of Trinity School of Medicine's MD program that aligns with U.S. medical students' education, to preparing for clerkships and licensure in the U.S. and Canada.
Stacy Meyer, on Sep 25, 2013 2:40:00 PM
It's Interview Season. This is the time of year that our Admissions team packs our suitcases and heads to major U.S. and Canadian cities to meet one-on-one with qualified applicants for the January, May and September 2014 start terms.
Stacy Meyer, on Aug 24, 2013 8:58:00 AM
When we interview Applicants and ask them why they chose to apply to Trinity School of Medicine it's usually for the factors that differentiate our MD program from other Caribbean medical schools: Class sizes that are relatively small (from 25-75 depending on the term); clinical experience at our affiliated teaching hospital that starts in your first term; and the experienced leadership in our Dean, Dr. Skelton.