A Physician's financial life journey
As you move through life, your needs change. So do your financial goals.
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From artificial intelligence, to climate change, to burrito-based economic models, we covered everything that mattered at the end of the decade.
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Why climate change matters
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A med student's guide to (not) procrastinating
Procrastination is a med student's worst enemy, but we have 5 things to consider when you're thinking of putting off that important work for just a little bit longer.
The truth about artificial intelligence in medicine
Can computers replace doctors? Years ago that concept would've seemed ridiculous, but today it is becoming closer and closer to reality.
The Past, Present, and Future of Med School
We take a look at how medical school has evolved over the years and what that means for students as well as the healthcare industry.
The science of music for med students
The positive effects that music has on the human brain are well-documented, so could it really help you get better grades?
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It’s only October, and you’re probably already feeling like the academic year has gotten away from you. All those promises to keep up with the material? Broken. Maintaining a healthy balance...
Boost your credit score: A primer for your medical career
For many medical students, the path to adulthood includes getting your own credit card (not a supplementary one from your parents), and possibly a line of credit, too. If you’ve already got...
Back to life, back to reality
Get your head back in the medical game with some tips, advice, and guidance from the experts.
Doctors and students share their tips on starting the first year of medical school right
The start of the school year is just around the corner. If you’re an incoming first-year medical student, you are likely feeling a combination of nerves and excitement.
Who was the first person you told when you got your medical school acceptance letter?
While at the Canadian Federation of Medical Students Spring General Meeting, we asked current medical students who was the first person they told when they found out they got into medical school?
Is a Return of Service Program right for you?
A program like this can help to ease the burden of repaying your loans — but only if you’re prepared to make a long-term commitment.
Explore the new onboardMD app!
A look at all the new features and functionality that are going to make your medical journey simpler than ever
How to conquer imposter syndrome in medical school and beyond
Dr. Nancy Yen Shipley, an orthopaedic surgeon and public speaker, has written that when she was in medical school, she was haunted by a voice in her head that would tell her, “They are going to...
What advice would you give to a new medical student?
While at the Canadian Federation of Medical Students Spring General Meeting, we asked current medical students what advice they would give to new students as they begin their journey?
What you need to know about government student grants and loans
If you’re like most medical students, you’ll need to borrow to complete your studies. In 2019, the median debt for Canadian medical school graduates was $100,000 — with 42% saying...
Rent or buy: What to think about before you decide
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Here are the page-turners that will keep you in a medical state of mind while you’re relaxing this summer.
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