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Dr. David McGillivray

Associate Professor of Medicine, McGill

Departement of Pediatrics

Montreal Children's Hospital

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Overview from 2008

A glimpse into the world of a medical school presented by leading physicians and researchers from The Montreal Children’s Hospital of the MUHC and the McGill Faculty of Medicine.

Mini-Med School is a public science education program designed for anyone;

who has ever wondered what it would be like to attend medical school, ever wished they had paid more attention in high school biology classes, or, ever desired a deeper understanding of the scientific topics they hear about every day in the news.

Mini-Med School Basics

  • Six classes of education and entertainment
  • Each class is made up of one 60-minute lecture followed by half hour Q & A
  • Course handouts and refreshments are provided
  • The Montreal Children’s Hospital, corner of Atwater & Tupper, Amphitheatre Monday evenings, 7:30 pm
  • Graduation certificates presented at last lecture

 

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