رأي مسؤول كندي

Dr.Iqbal: Clinical knowledge is important in electives!

Our guest is Dr.Sameena Iqbal. Dr.Iqbal is the program director for the Nephrology training program at McGill University.

 

Interviewer: Dr.Iqbal, I welcome you as a guest on our website. Thank you for accepting our invitation.

Dr.Iqbal: It is my pleasure.

 

I: Could you tell us a little bit about yourself?

Dr.I: I am an attending nephrologist at the Montreal General Hospital and have been in practice for about ten years. I did my undergraduate studies at Queen’s University. I completed Internal Medicine training at the same university. I continued with a nephrology fellowship at McGill University and finished a master’s in epidemiology at Queen’s University.

Continue reading “Dr.Iqbal: Clinical knowledge is important in electives!”

Advertisements
رأي مسؤول كندي

Dr.Razek: This is what you should do in electives!

 

-We are meeting today with Dr.Tarek Razek. Dr.Razek is the chief of the division of trauma surgery at the Montreal General Hospital.

 

-Welcome Dr.Razek, Thank you for participating with us in this matter.

You are most welcome.

 

-Dr.Razek, could you tell us a little bit about yourself?

I did my training in McGill and University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. I am the director of the Division of Trauma since 2006. Part of my family is from Egypt.

Continue reading “Dr.Razek: This is what you should do in electives!”

رأي مسؤول كندي

Want to apply for Radiology? here is McGill’s program director’s opinion!

chankowsky

Our first guest in the website is Dr.Chankowsky. He is the program director for the Diagnostic Radiology Program at McGill University. We had a very interesting interview and we discussed many aspects of the application process.

Interviewer: Dr.Chankowsky, I welcome you as a guest on our website. Thank you for accommodating us within your busy schedule.

Dr.Chankowsky: You are most welcome.

I: Could you tell us a little bit about yourself?

Dr.C: I am the program director for the Diagnostic Radiology Program at McGill University. I have been the program director for eight years. I am originally from McGill, I am a McGill student, a McGill medical graduate, and a McGill residency graduate. I did my fellowship in the United States and have been a staff radiologist for 15 years. My involvement with Middle Eastern candidates began many years ago, before even there was a very organized relationship between different universities and your hospitals and our hospitals. At the beginning there were candidates from some Middle Eastern countries like Bahrain and then almost a decade ago we started to have a much more organized system with respect to the Middle East.

  Continue reading “Want to apply for Radiology? here is McGill’s program director’s opinion!”