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Undergraduate Medical Education

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    Our mission is to advance our tradition of preparing excellent physicians and leaders
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    Our undergraduate student affairs office is here to help support you during your medical
Undergraduate Student Affairs

Supporting your Success

Our Student Affairs team is there to support the personal and professional growth of medical students throughout the four years of medical school at Queen's University by providing advocacy and advice in the areas of Academics, Careers and Wellness. 


QMED Help Tool

This QMED Tool is intended as a quick reference for medical students at Queen’s University who find themselves in an emergency or crisis situation or needing quick reference/guidance.


The Wellness Advisors provide confidential support with any physical, personal or emotional struggles and facilitate access to resources needed.  All medical students are also welcome to book an appointment with our personal counsellor in the School of Medicine.


Career Advising

Career Advisors provide assistance with medical career planning.

Academic Advising

The Academic Advisors offer guidance and assistance towards academic success.


At Queen's, the four year Undergraduate Medical Program is designed to provide a variety of innovative learning opportunities that will prepare our students to be highly desired postgraduate trainees and outstanding practicing physicians.  Our program values and promotes close professional interaction between students and faculty members, and  provides  extensive hands-on clinical experience under supervision, particularly in ambulatory settings . Our medical culture encourages participation and offers opportunities for students to engage in the administration development and evaluation of our medical curriculum and governance structures. Our graduates are highly successful in obtaining postgraduate training sites and are known to be committed and enthusiastic citizens of their profession and their communities.

Anthony J. Sanfilippo, BSc, MD, FACC, FRCPC
Associate Dean

Anthony J. Sanfilippo, BSc, MD, FACC, FRCPC Associate Dean

Anthony J. Sanfilippo, BSc, MD, FACC, FRCPC
Associate Dean

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News & Events

Undergraduate Blog

A Christmas Truce
The Existential Conflict of the Clinical Clerkship
We Are Not Amused
Summing things up: wrapping up case-based learning sessions effectively
Tenth annual Medical Student Research Showcase October 13
Honing skills for writing learning objectives
Kingston and its Students: A Tempestuous but Enduring Symbiosis
What are those learning event types, anyway?
Together again, in person and with gusto

Queen's Medicine by the numbers

The Benefits of Competency-Based Medical Education

Undergraduate Medicine @ Queen's