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Happy Monday,

This is a Murmur you don't want to miss out on. There are so many events taking place in the next couple of weeks that you'll either need to choose between events, or get one of those nifty Time Turners that Hermione Granger had.

Also, a quick reminder that the nomination period for MSS Spring Elections is open until Friday evening. Check out The Thrill for the list of positions available, get your friends and colleagues to endorse you, and apply to represent your class or event the entire student body for the 2017-2018 school year!

Have a great week,

Natasha Caminsky, MSS VP Internal 2016-2017

Table of Contents

  • Trans 101: or How to Advocate for your Trans Patients
  • Psychiatry Post-Match Talk
  • Easy, healthy, free cooking class! Brought to you by the MSS Plant Based Nutrition Group
  • MOnc and MS3 present: "A Surgeon’s Perspective on A Career in Oncology"
  • **Workshop on Presence and Empathy: A Joyful Exploration of Being and Listening**
  • Between Healer and Artist: a Conversation with Dr. Jaswant Guzder
  • **Submit your ART or WRITING** to publish in a student magazine
  • CMDS: Dealing with Suffering feat. Dr. Miriam Boillat
  • MESS hosts: Ethical Challenges in Public Health w/ Dr. Weinstock
  • Not my Normal: Tools for Navigating the Medical Workspace
  • Post-Match Talk: Neurology and Neurosurgery
  • Ontario-Quebec Undergraduate Immunology Conference (OQUIC) 2017
  • Oslerian Treasures (Lecture and Wine & Cheese): Neuro-Oncology
  • SARROS Symposium
  • Apply for a Sexual and Reproductive Health including HIV/AIDS (SCORA) Exchange through the IFMSA
  • Aboriginal Medicine & the Journey of a Family Doctor
  • TRAVEL FELLOWSHIPS IN QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY AND MEDICAL GENETICS
  • Hormone Therapy and Gender Confirmation Surgery: Access for Transgender Youth
  • Deadline Extended: UTMJ Cardiovascular Health Issue Call for Submissions
  • Are you 21-30 years old and in a romantic relationship? Are you 21-30 years old and in a romantic relationship? The Research Laboratory of Personality of UQAM needs your help.

Classifieds

  • 4 ½ Condo in CDN
  • Montreal-Furnished-Atwater/St Catherine ST- S Sur Le Square -New Condo-Central location for MUHC hospitals
  • Montreal, Westmount close to MUHC
  • MedHousing - Looking for elective, residency or fellowship accommodation?
  • For RENT: Beautiful 2-BR Apt with a spectacular view of downtown
  • Clerkship textbooks for sale
  • Downtown Montreal – Beautiful, newly renovated 3 1/2
  • Furnished private rooms in award-winning townhouse. Parking available. 3100 Rue Joseph, Montreal, QC, Canada
  • RENOVATED 4 ½ ON RIDGEWOOD (CDN/WESTMOUNT)
  • 2 bdrm, 800 sf in NDG, $1250, prime location for clerks!

Trans 101: or How to Advocate for your Trans Patients

MSS

Wednesday March 29
5pm-7pm
McIntyre rm 210

With Gabrielle Bouchard!
Trans* people are among the most marginalized in our society, regularly facing barriers to accessing healthcare. One contributing factor is a lack of training and understanding by healthcare workers on trans* identities and trans* individuals' unique health needs.

This is an interdisciplinary and community-friendly event--all are welcome and there will be food! Tickets for the event are $1, which will go towards a donation to the Centre for Gender Advocacy, and can be purchased from representatives from the MSS Equity Committee and the Osler Society.

Speaker: Gabrielle Bouchard is the coordinator of the Trans Advocacy Program at Concordia's Centre for Gender Advocacy, as well as a wonderful and engaging speaker. She is the recipient of the 2014 Christine Jorgensen award and her current research is on trans prevalence indicators in the Quebec population based on legal transitions.

Brought to you by: MSS Equity Committee, The Osler Society, GAAC & The Wellness Committee
https://www.facebook.com/events/417428168591261/?active_tab=about

Psychiatry Post-Match Talk

MSS Clubs

The McGill Psychiatry Interest Group is pleased to invite you to its Post-Match Talk! This event will be held on Wednesday, March 29th from 8:30 PM-10:00 PM in Room 404 of Thomson House.

Come hear from four Med-4 students who recently matched to psychiatry residencies at McGill and UdeM. You'll have the opportunity to learn about the paths they followed before and during medical school; their research, scholarly, and extracurricular activities; and their selection of electives. We'll end the evening with an open Q&A session. Light refreshments will be served. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Easy, healthy, free cooking class! Brought to you by the MSS Plant Based Nutrition Group

MSS Clubs

It's the MSS Plant Based Nutrition Group's next event! Come out and socialize and have some free delicious food at this fun COOKING CLASS!! :D
We'll also share some tips on easy ways to make more plant based choices in your day to day meal decisions :) Open to McGill students and friends!

Link to Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1283596525039088/

Details
Date: Friday, March 31 at 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: The Bellini Life Sciences Building is right across from McIntyre's main entrance on the 1st floor. You can't miss it and you don't even have to stray too far from your comfort zone McGill Med ;) Just take the stairs or elevator to the 4th floor and you will see us.

MOnc and MS3 present: "A Surgeon’s Perspective on A Career in Oncology"

MSS Clubs

Interested in a career in surgery and/or oncology? The MSS Oncology Interest Group and McGill Student Surgical Society invite you to our upcoming event: "A Surgeon’s Perspective on A Career in Oncology".

Where: Thomson House (3650 McTavish, H3A 1Y2), Room 406
When: Tuesday, March 28th 2017 - 18h30 to 20h00
Speaker: Dr. Mark Basik, Attending Surgical Oncologist at the Jewish General Hospital

Dr. Basik will be sharing his unique experiences of being a surgeon who operates on cancer patients. He will also speak about future directions of the field, and there will be opportunity for an exciting Q&A discussion.

Please RSVP at: https://goo.gl/forms/iGzZHfVu3dxkIWjS2

For more information, please visit https://www.facebook.com/events/629296423926134/

**Workshop on Presence and Empathy: A Joyful Exploration of Being and Listening**

MSS Clubs

The goal of this workshop, led by a therapist who works as a therapeutic clown at clinical spaces like the Hospital Sainte-Justine, is to learn other ways of relating to and communicating with those we will meet in our clinical work through practices such as play and using our bodies:

· Strengthen the quality of your presence
· Deepen your ability to listen to yourself and others
· Sharpen your reading of body language and emotions
· Explore playful and fun approaches in relating to a patient
· Discover joy as an instigator of action and care-giving

And to explore :
• Playful and fun approaches in relating to a patient
• Joy as an instigator of action and caregiving

This formation is taught by practitioners and trainers from the Jovia Foundation and is specific to the patient/caregiver relationship. Its mission is to contribute to improving the quality of life of hospital patients through its therapeutic clown programs that combine complicity, playfulness and imagination. www.fondationjovia.ca

If you are interested in registering, please fill out the sign-up form: https://goo.gl/forms/uKZoadHq9dNDKCKZ2 The workshop will be offered on two dates, Saturday April 8 and 22, and you can choose from either date. It will run from 10am-5pm in the SSMU Building at the downtown McGill campus, in the Southside Cafeteria space. The cost of the workshop is $80. If the cost might be a barrier, please get in touch with us at mcgill.mcham@gmail.com (MSS Humanities and Arts in Medicine) or with Melissa Holland at mholland@jovia.ca .

Between Healer and Artist: a Conversation with Dr. Jaswant Guzder

MSS Clubs

Dr. Guzder is a member of the McGill psychiatry community and will share experiences that span her multi-faceted career as psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, researcher, and artist. Her professional accomplishments include: co-founding the Cultural Consultation Service, developing a fellowship program for family therapy, and supporting training in cultural competence and advancing it by integrating a global health perspective that is informed by interdisciplinary approaches. As an artist, Dr. Guzder’s work has been displayed nationally and internationally in several shows. In Dr. Guzder’s words, reflecting the tension and mutual creativity between the multiple spheres of her work: “I have always felt both divided and integrated in my work as a healer and my work as an artist.”

On Wed. April 5 at 6pm in Thomson House room 403, Dr. Guzder will be speaking upon her team projects in global health involving work that has been long-standing in India, Nepal, and, since 2005, in Jamaica. Her team’s work has involved a series of grant- and evidence-based work with children aged 8-12 years considered at high-risk for becoming implicated in cycles of violence, in response to a public health agenda as Jamaica has the fourth highest homicide rate in the world. In a second section of her presentation, she will share images of her artwork and reflections upon her artistic process. Her presentation will be combined with ample time for questions, discussion, and interaction.

Please see https://www.facebook.com/events/978063295678879/ for event updates and RSVP by filling out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/9WBHWJOrqvZ8D5VB3

**Submit your ART or WRITING** to publish in a student magazine

MSS Clubs

**Submit your ART or WRITING** due March 31

If you're a student in a Faculty of Medicine program, we'd love for you to submit your artwork or writing to publish in a magazine!
• Narratives
• Reflections
• Poems
• Comics
• Paintings
• Drawings
• Sketches
• Photography
• Sculptures
• Mixed Media / others

Please send any submissions or questions to: mcgillmedart@gmail.com. Submissions are due March 31.
Include: your name, year of study, art/writing piece & title.
Optional for artwork: medium used & short blurb/reflection.
– McHAM (McGill Humanities and Arts in Medicine)
https://www.facebook.com/groups/mcgillmcham/

CMDS: Dealing with Suffering feat. Dr. Miriam Boillat

MSS Clubs

CMDS is excited to present our next Dinner with the Docs event! We are privileged to have with us Dr. Miriam Boillat to lead a discussion on Dealing with Suffering. Join us April 4th 6:30-8:30pm in the Meredith Annex!

As a family doctor working primarily in an office setting, Dr. Boillat has seen suffering presenting in many forms: acute and chronic, overwhelming and managed, visible and invisible, embedded in families or very deeply personal. Come discuss with CMDS and Dr. Boillat the challenges that this brings, and hear from Dr. Boillat herself on how her Christian faith has shaped her responses to suffering over thirty years of practicing medicine as a family doctor.

Dinner will be provided. RSVP @ cmdsmcgill@gmail.com, and check out our facebook event here!

MESS hosts: Ethical Challenges in Public Health w/ Dr. Weinstock

MSS Clubs

Remember all those great public health interventions we learned about in block A? They all sound good. They all seem to benefit the "greater good". Does this make them ethical?

Is mandatory TB treatment ethical? What about the act of reporting mandatory reportable diseases? Should vaccines be mandatory? Which ones?
From a greater perspective, what comes into play when public health officials and/or lawmakers implement start thinking about new public health initiatives or policies?
Is it also possible that global public health initiatives are partly used as a way to promote certain values by the countries who fund them?

Come hear (and talk) about the ethical challenges of public health from a world-renowned expert on the topic, Dr. Daniel Weinstock, ethicist, director of the McGill Institute for Health and Social Policy and James McGill professor at the Faculty of Law.
Bio --> https://www.mcgill.ca/law/about/profs/weinstock-daniel

Food will be served, as always.

Not my Normal: Tools for Navigating the Medical Workspace

MSS Clubs

The MSS Equity Committee and the F Word in Medicine are excited to present Not My Normal: Tools for Navigating the Medical Workspace. As students, we may feel ill equipped to respond to awkward comments, discriminatory remarks, or micro aggressions, especially in a hierarchical environment such as a hospital. In this workshop organized in collaboration with the Social Equity and Diversity Education (SEDE) Office and Dr. Razack, we will focus on developing concrete tools manage inappropriate behaviour in a constructive manner.

When: Tuesday, April 4 at 6-7:45 pm
Where: McIntyre 210/211
Even more reasons why: Yummy snacks and pizza!

For more details, check out the event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1238527369529518/

Post-Match Talk: Neurology and Neurosurgery

MSS Clubs

If you're thinking about a career as a neurologist or neurosurgeon, come listen to newly-matched med-4s talk about their path through medical school and their experience with CARMS!

Date: Monday, April 3 at 6 PM - 8 PM
Location: Thomson House Room 403
FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1876279339316447/

Please sign up on this Google sheet if you plan on attending: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1IHrwS3l_FfjSXj7iHeiZfEijpDFNkt7s...

Ontario-Quebec Undergraduate Immunology Conference (OQUIC) 2017

Faculty of Medicine

Are you an undergraduate student conducting clinical or basic research relevant to the field of immunology? Interested in presenting your findings in a cross-provincial competition with cash prizes?
The Immunology Students' Association at the University of Toronto is pleased to present the 9th Annual Ontario-Quebec Undergraduate Immunology Conference (OQUIC).

Date: Saturday, May 6th, 2017 to Sunday, May 7th, 2017
Location: University of Toronto, St. George Campus
Bahen Centre for Information Technology, Room 1230.
Encouraged Applicants: Undergraduate students in an accredited university in Canada
Application Deadline: 11:59pm on Wednesday, April 19th, 2017.(Abstracts are accepted on a rolling basis - apply asap!)

OQUIC is a 2-day symposium showcasing the excellent immunology research from Undergraduates in both Ontario, Québec, and across Canada. Students will be hosted at the University of Toronto, St. George (UTSG) campus in downtown Toronto, and will present their research findings through a competitive oral presentation.

This year OQUIC is proud to host two keynote presentations from leading Canadian immunologists: Dr. Jayne Danska (University of Toronto) and Dr. André Veillette (Université de Montréal).

OQUIC is completely free of charge for attendees and participants from outside of Toronto may be eligible for additional awards to cover their travel and lodgings.

Our registration form is here: http://immsauoft.com/?p=1601

Abstracts and registration will be accepted on a rolling basis. Abstracts and project titles can be changed a reasonable amount before the registration deadline. We just need an idea of your research in order to evaluate its suitability for OQUIC.

Please email your registration form to immsa.immunology@gmail.com or feel free to email us for more information!

Oslerian Treasures (Lecture and Wine & Cheese): Neuro-Oncology

Faculty of Medicine

"A History of Neuro-Oncology Canadian Savoir-Faire"
An illustrated talk by Rolando Del Maestro, MD-PhD

*** The talk will be accompanied by a splendid Oslerian wine and cheese. ***

Interested in neurosurgery, oncology and/or how Canadians have made a worldwide impact? You are invited to the Osler Library on March 30 at 4:35pm. Dr. Rolando Del Maestro, neurosurgeon and Director of McGill's own Neurosurgical Simulation and Training Centre, will be giving a talk about the stunning world of Neuro-Oncology. It shall be our honour to have Dr. Del Maestro as he shares his own captivating stories and wisdom from his many years in the neurosurgery operating room and by the bedside of his patients.

RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/421439144864883/

SARROS Symposium

FMEQ/CFMS

Hi guys!

SARROS invites every medical student to participate in a unique symposium on April 7 and 8 at the Delta Hotel Convention Center in Trois-Rivières. This is FREE! Book your place by filling out the online form on the following website:
https://www.inscriptweb.com/Inscript/Publique/QVC2101A.aspx?m=2&a=

Here is the plan:
- To start with, SARROS invites you to meet Dr. Gilles Julien, a pediatrician, clinician, researcher, and the founding president of the Dr. Julien Foundation. He will give a lecture on social responsibility.
- On the evening of April 7, you will participate in a speed dating dinner with SARROS representatives who are committed to share their passion!
- On April 8th, you will attend conferences and workshops to learn about training, regional practice and related financial assistance programs. You will find answers to all your questions and more!
* The night of April 7 is offered for free (double occupancy, you can choose your roommate)!
Watch your emails, the SARROS Facebook page and the SARROS Events section for details.
If you have any questions, please write to colloquesarros@equipesarros.ca

Apply for a Sexual and Reproductive Health including HIV/AIDS (SCORA) Exchange through the IFMSA

FMEQ/CFMS

The following countries are offering exchanges. Exchanges are 4 weeks in length. Please read the document for the country you are interested in doing an exchange in:

- Ghana (Exchange date: July 14 to August 12 2017) https://goo.gl/V3vnxM
- Italy (Exchange date: August 27 to September 17 2017) https://goo.gl/KaeWKX
- Jordan (Exchange date: August 3 to 31 2017) https://goo.gl/sIDCiY
- Poland (Exchange date: August 7 to 27 2017) https://goo.gl/gUXMfl
- Portugal (Exchange date: July 9 to 29 2017) https://goo.gl/wA0aJ3
- Romania (Exchange date: July 23 to August 10 2017) https://goo.gl/9g7ymS
- Slovenia (Exchange date: July 15 to August 5 2017) https://goo.gl/ZCI6Lm
- Sudan (Exchange date: July 22 to August 21 2017) https://goo.gl/vH8r21
- Tunisia (Exchange date: July 30 to August 27 2017) https://goo.gl/CcmVUq
- Turkey (Exchange date: July 3 to 23 2017) https://goo.gl/70JBSh

Participant regulations: https://goo.gl/c6YkoI

Timeline:
Deadline: April 10th, 2017 at 23:59GMT
Participants will be selected within 1 week of date of closing of call for participants.

Process:
Fill in this application form. https://goo.gl/vpyaUj
The following documents are required:
A motivation letter
A CV, which should contain details of sexual/reproductive health experience
A photo
A signed confirmation letter from the CFMS VP Global Health: https://goo.gl/4k9l2A
+ any additional documents required by the exchange country

Questions/concerns:
Please email ifmsa-americas@yahoogroups.com or cfms-canada@ifmsa.org

Aboriginal Medicine & the Journey of a Family Doctor

McGill University

FREE EVENT
Wednesday March 29th, 6:00PM, McIntyre Room 208/209
Brought to you by the MSS Global Health Comittee

https://www.facebook.com/events/355523078177463/

(PART I) The Journey of a Family Doctor:

Interested in family medicine?
Interested in practicing medicine in a rural setting?
Interested in indigenous cultures?

Dr. David Dannenbaum is a physician and medical advisor of the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay. He will share with you his journey to becoming a family physician as well as his experiences up north, where he lived with the Cree Nation of Eeyou Istchee.

(PART II) Uniting Indigenous Traditional Medicine and Modern Science in the Fight Against Type 2 Diabetes in Canadian First Nations:

We invite you to attend Dr. Pierre Haddad's conference on Indigenous Health and how both traditional medicine and modern science can be blended in approaching Indigenous populations.

Dr. Haddad specializes in insulin and diabetes research, and mechanisms of action of suspected antidiabetic plants. In 2003, he built a team of researchers to study the antidiabetic potential of plants used by the Cree Nations of Northern Quebec (Canadian James Bay Cree) in their traditional medicine. He has to this date led the CIHR Team in Aboriginal Antidiabetic Medicines.

Wednesday March 29th, 6:00PM, McIntyre Room 208/209
Brought to you by the MSS Global Health Comittee

TRAVEL FELLOWSHIPS IN QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY AND MEDICAL GENETICS

McGill University

• for McGill graduate students (MSc and PhD);
• 3-12 months research stays at a non-Canadian Commonwealth institution as a part of their Master or PhD research;
• Applications accepted on an ongoing basis.

The “Quantitative Biology and Medical Genetics for the World” program offers awards of $6000 to $8000 to help with travel and living expenses during the stay. Institutions at all commonwealth countries are eligible, including:
• South Africa
• Australia
• Singapore
• New Zealand
• United Kingdom
• Ireland

Eligible topics include, but are not limited to:
• Quantitative genetics
• Population genetics
• Genetic/genomic epidemiology
• High-throughput experimental methods in biology associated with quantitative analysis of data
• Bioinformatics and computational genomics

For more info contact: qe2@mcgil.ca

Hormone Therapy and Gender Confirmation Surgery: Access for Transgender Youth

McGill University

The McGill Journal of Law and Health (MJLH) is pleased to invite you to attend its panel discussion entitled Hormone Therapy and Gender Confirmation Surgery: Access for Transgender Youth. This event seeks to address the idea of reducing the minimum age requirement for minors to begin cross-sex hormones or to have gender confirmation surgery.

Date: Monday April 3, 2017
Time: 6:00-7:30 pm
Location: McGill University, Faculty of Law, New Chancellor Day Hall, Room 312 - 3644 Peel Street, Montreal, QC
*Refreshments will be provided*

The panelists include:

Dr. Shuvo Ghosh: A developmental-behavioural paediatrician and the head of the Gender Variance Program at the Montreal Children’s Hospital, as well as the Director of the Montreal Interdisciplinary Research Alliance for Gender Expression in Youth (MIRAGE-Y).

Prof. Annie Pullen Sansfaçon: Professor of Social Work at the University of Montreal and Vice President of Gender Creative Kids.

Me Brigitte Brabant: Lawyer and Master's student of Biomedical Science at l'Université de Montréal.

Florence Ashley (Moderator): Co-director of the Trans* Legal Clinic and member of the Comité Trans of the Conseil québécois LGBT, as well as graduating student from McGill's Faculty of Law.

Deadline Extended: UTMJ Cardiovascular Health Issue Call for Submissions

Other (Medical)

The University of Toronto Medical Journal (UTMJ), Canada's oldest student-run scientific publication, is looking for submissions for our upcoming issue on Cardiovascular Health.

We publish several themed issues yearly and serve as a place for students, residents and faculty to publish their primary work, reviews and commentaries.

The deadline for submission is April 15th, 2017 for our print issue. However, we do accept articles on a rolling-basis beyond this deadline and
submissions are not restricted to theme-related topics in order to be published.

A description of the theme, details for submission and relevant deadlines can be found in the attached PDF file.

Please let us know if you have any questions at: editors.utmj@utoronto.ca.

Submission details available on the UTMJ website at: http://www.utmj.org/

Are you 21-30 years old and in a romantic relationship? Are you 21-30 years old and in a romantic relationship? The Research Laboratory of Personality of UQAM needs your help.

Other (Non Medical)

If you and your partner are:
- 21-30 years old
- in an exclusive heterosexual romantic relationship
- dating and living together since at least 6 months
- interested in participating in a project seeking to study the correlates between personality and couple satisfaction

Please contact:
Evelyne Charron Smith, M.A., Psy.D. (cdt)
Research Coordinator
Research Laboratory of Personality, UQAM
(514) 987-3000, ext 5216
personality.uqam@gmail.com

You will each be compensated up to $20 ($40/couple) for your time.


Classifieds

4 ½ Condo in CDN

Luxury at its best in the geographic centre of Montreal! Live in this beautiful, modern, sound-proofed immaculate 41/2 condo and be surrounded by astounding parks, sites, arts and culture and all the urban amenities of Montreal. This semi-furnished, well-constructed secure condo is located within a 10-30 minute walk or bus ride to most university campuses as well as the McGill and University of Montreal's teaching hospitals. It could be an ideal location for a couple or two roommates requiring full privacy as it comes with two bedrooms and two full bathrooms.  Please call or email me to set up a visit.

Address: 4500 Cotes-des-Neiges Road, Montreal H3V 0A1
Phone: 514-627-0982
email: foresthill4500@gmail.com
Minimum lease duration: one year 

Credit and background check and some other conditions apply. 

Plus de details en français: 
http://4500cotedesneiges.yolasite.com/Page-3---description-en-Francais.php

More details in English: 
http://4500cotedesneiges.yolasite.com/

 

Montreal-Furnished-Atwater/St Catherine ST- S Sur Le Square -New Condo-Central location for MUHC hospitals

Two Fabulous units on 11th floor, sunny panoramic view overlooking city.  furnished or unfurnished 2 bedrooms central to all MUHC hospitals. BRAND NEW never lived in. Pool, Gym. steps to Atwater Metro. 
S Sur Le Square 
Listing ID #0012218

Link: https://medshousing.com/properties/montreal-central-location-for-muhn-ho...

Montreal, Westmount close to MUHC

2 CLOSED BEDROOMS (1 ENSUITE), 9′ celling – Corner unit, big living room with large windows, ensuite master bedroom, freshly painted,

Few steps from Westmount Square, Alexis Nihon Plaza, groceries, and Atwater Metro Station.

Located 2km from the MUHC Glen Campus and 2km from Montreal General Hospital
Includes all appliances, including Washer/Dryer and dishwasher

I rent it for $1425 but am offering it at $1200 as a sublet until June 30, 2017. You can also make a new lease with the owner.

Parking available for extra cost

Link: https://medshousing.com/properties/westmount/

 

MedHousing - Looking for elective, residency or fellowship accommodation?

50+ listings in Montreal. MedsHousing.com is a platform decimated to the academic medical trainee.
 
Listings suitable for residencies and electives across Canada . 

For RENT: Beautiful 2-BR Apt with a spectacular view of downtown

 

https://montreal.craigslist.ca/apa/6031115411.html?lang=en&cc=us

Location: Downtown (Golden Square Mile) at 1390 av. des Pins Ouest 

Modern apartment with large windows in every room, two full bathrooms, spacious bedrooms, functional kitchen with ++ storage space, large open concept living/dining room with balcony & lots of natural light. Only 7 units in the building (1 unit per level). 

Just minutes from the city's business center and Mount Royal Parc as your backyard where there are trails for walking, running, skiing, and other outdoor activities year round. Steps away from the Montreal General Hospital, McGill University, Concordia University, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and much more. . . 

Close to Guy Concordia metro & Peel metro as well as on the 144 Bus route. 

Furniture not included (inquire about furnished apartment).

Includes: heating, hot water, dishwasher, oven, microwave, refrigerator 

Building amenities: elevator, shared laundry 

Not included: hydro (electricity)

Parking & large storage unit included!

Availability: July 2017

Name: Arielle Nowell

Phone number: 514-709-6620
Contact email: arielle.nowell@mail.mcgill.ca

 

Clerkship textbooks for sale

1) Blueprints Medicine - Fifth Edition. Highlighted. $20. 
2) Essentials of General Surgery - Lawrence, Fourth Edition. Highlighted. $30. 
3) The Digestive System: Basic science & clinical conditions. Smith & Morton, Second Edition. Like new. $30. 
4) Toronto Notes 2017 Clinical pocket book. New. $25.
5) Toronto Notes 2017 eBook (unused code). 60$.  
 
Name: Sam Moorcroft
Contact email: samantha.moorcroft@mail.mcgill.ca
 

Downtown Montreal – Beautiful, newly renovated 3 1/2

Beautiful 3 ½ apartment in the Golden Square Mile. Clean and safe building with access to indoor pool, sauna and 24 hr doorman.

Exceptional location: 5 minute walk to Montreal General Hospital, Mount-Royal (accessible from Dr. Penfield), Guy-Concordia metro station (Green Line), restaurants, bars, museums and shopping.

Ideal for medical students / residents; faculty building (McIntyre Medical Building) is 6 minutes by foot. In addition to the MGH, other major hospitals including the Jewish General, St. Mary’s and the Glen Site are easily accessible by public transport within 15-30 minutes.

$1585/month. Minimum 1 year lease. Start date flexible between May 1st and July 1st.

www.MedsHousing.com  Listing ID #0012658

 

Furnished private rooms in award-winning townhouse. Parking available. 3100 Rue Joseph, Montreal, QC, Canada

Two large furnished bedrooms (10’ x 12’ + ample closet space) – $650/month each
One small furnished bedroom (7’ x 10’ + closet space) – $435/month
One indoor parking space – $190/month

Prices include: heating, electricity, Internet, cleaning, in-unit access to washer and dryer.
Seeking: respectful student or young professional with whom to share our living space. Non-smoker. No pets. We are vegetarian/vegan friendly.

We are two young professionals in law, fully bilingual, and vegan-friendly.
We have a very friendly miniature poodle (hypo-allergenic).

Available September 2017

www.MedsHousing.com Listing #0013118

RENOVATED 4 ½ ON RIDGEWOOD (CDN/WESTMOUNT)

- Special Discounted price for medical professionals
- Close to all the hospitals
-Patrimonial building with character right by Mount Royal on leafy Ridgewood street 
- South-facing corner unit, last floor (3rd floor, no elevator), very quiet 
- Heating and water is included in rent 
- Comes with interior heated parking lot, storage locker, and storage area for bicycles 
- The building is very well maintained and protected by security cameras 
- In summer, you have access to the building’s private park on the mountain and communal vegetable garden 
- In-suite amenities include new gas oven/stove, stainless steel appliances, washer/dryer (Apartment Size, larger w/d available in building's basement) 
- Large walking-closet and 1 regular closet 
- The unit was completely renovated two years ago. 
- Close to University of Montreal , Guy Concordia University, and 20 minutes to McGill University
- Right on Mount Summit Park and close to all services, including groceries, pharmacies, restaurants, schools, hospitals, dentists, and more! 
- In the middle of all the hospitals: 5 minutes to Saint-Mary’s Hospital, 10 minutes to the Jewish General Hospital, 10 minutes to the Montreal General Hospital, 15 minutes to MUHC-Glen Site. 
- Located by bus circuits 11, 165, 166, 369, and 435. 10 minutes to Cote-Des-Neiges Station (Blue Line) and Guy-Concordia station (Green Line). 
- Available July 1 2017 
Name: Julien

Phone number: 416-836-7225
Contact email: julien.hebert@mail.mcgill.ca

 

2 bdrm, 800 sf in NDG, $1250, prime location for clerks!

 
Name: MP Bastrash

Phone number: 438 862 2003
Contact email: marie-pier.bastrash@mail.mcgill.ca

 

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