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U.S. and Canadian Medical Residency Programs

Steven Wayne Powell MD (Author)
Adnan Khan MD (Foreword)
Amy Fecteau AS(Contributor)

August 3, 2015

(ISBN-10: 1515202046)
(ISBN-13: 978-1515202042)

This guide is a necessary reference tool for any international medical graduate or student applicant that is considering applying for a medical residency position in the U.S.A. or Canada. This book provides detailed information on the process of becoming accepted, the residency process, financing, and required milestones necessary to remain eligible for consideration. The educational process is described separately and in detail for each county. Detailed explanations of the licensing requirements for both countries are included. Information is provided for the North American medical system as whole, and specifically for the United States and Canada throughout. International Medical Student residency match statistics are provided and compared with U.S. and Canadian residents that are educated within the North American system and internationally as well.


Canadian Medical Schools

Steven Wayne Powell MD (Author)
Dennis Sehgal MD (Foreword)
Adnan Khan MD (Contributor)
Amy Fecteau AS(Contributor)

June 27, 2015

(ISBN-10: 1507817177)
(ISBN-13: 978-1507817179)

Canadian Medical Schools describes all seventeen allopathic medical schools located in Canada. Updated each year, this publication describes the application and interview process, licensing, and financial aid information. Information is provided specifically for Canadian citizens, U.S. citizens, and international applicants. Canadian medical residency information is explored as well. Each Canadian medical school is described with general and campus information, prerequisites, the curriculum, tuition, the interview process, and selection factors. Specific acceptance statistics are provided for each school. The Canadian licensure process is explained for Canadian citizens who are educated in Canada, for U.S. trained graduates, and for international medical graduates.


How to Pass the AMRCB Certification Course

Steven Wayne Powell MD (Author)
Adnan Khan MD (Foreword)

February 24, 2015

(ISBN-10: 1507624298)
(ISBN-13: 978-1507624296)

Achieving AMRCB® Certification is a significant milestone for medical students. This publication is meant to serve as a guide for prospective students who are planning to attend the certification conference. The AMRCB® certification conference assesses and develops the professional skills needed for successful physicians. Students are evaluated and instructed on professionalism; presentations skills; the ability to apply information and knowledge; attention to detail; communication skills; motivation; organization; and the ability to relate to people. The conference itinerary, conference education, the evaluation process, and student transcripts are explained. Additional information is included to assist in perfecting presentation skills and expected professional behaviors.


Central and South American Medical Schools - Caribbean Region: Based on a U.S. Curriculum

Steven Wayne Powell MD (Author)
Dennis Sehgal MD (Foreword)
Adnan Khan MD (Contributor)

December 16, 2014

(ISBN-10: 1505589932)
(ISBN-13: 978-1505589931)

A critical resource for any student considering medical school in the Caribbean Region! Central and South American Medical Schools - Caribbean Region, 1st edition, includes a wealth of information for prospective medical students on twenty-two medical schools located throughout this region of the Caribbean. This book is meant to be an adjunct to: Caribbean Medical Schools - Greater and Lesser Antilles, which describes forty medical schools in this region of the Caribbean. Both books include information on acceptance requirements, licensing, international medical graduate residency acceptance statistics, travel information, and island and international life. The book is produced by the American Medical Residency Certification Board (AMRCB®) for the purpose or assisting students in selecting an appropriate medical school and understanding the process of attending an international medical school in the Caribbean Region. Often referred to as the "Bluebooks," these guides have become trusted references for multitudes of successful physicians.


Caribbean Medical Schools (Greater and Lesser Antilles): Includes All Medical Schools Following the U.S. Curriculum

Steven Wayne Powell MD (Author)
Sunny Handa MD (Preface)
Adnan Khan MD (Contributor)

November 24, 2014

(ISBN-10: 1500419044)
(ISBN-13: 978-1500419042)

A critical resource for any student considering medical school in the Caribbean! Caribbean Medical Schools-Greater and Lesser Antilles, 3rd Edition, includes a wealth of information for prospective medical students on forty Caribbean medical schools located throughout the Greater and Lesser Antilles. This book includes information on acceptance requirements, licensing, international medical graduate residency acceptance statistics, travel information, and island life. The book is produced by the American Medical Residency Certification Board (AMRCB®) for the purpose or assisting students in selecting an appropriate medical school and understanding the process of attending an international medical school in the Caribbean Region. Often referred to as the "Bluebook," this guide has become a trusted reference for multitudes of successful physicians.


Introduction to Clinical Clerkships Introduction to Clinical Clerkships

Sunny Handa, MD
Damandeep Gill, MD
Amita Buddhdev, MD
Desi Penington, MD

(ISBN-13 978-0-9889269-8-1)

One of the best pocket references for all medical students to use throughout their clerkships and hospital based rotations. This guide will walk you through the most important elements in obtaining, formulating and presenting a patient case. This small pocket guide can be carried on all rotations with detailed information on writing SOAP notes for medical school rotations on the wards in pediatrics, psychiatry, surgery, medicine, obstetrics and gynecology. Get the clerkship guide as a soft cover book or spiral edition with additional information on commonly used abbreviations, calculations, important numbers, and frequently used mnemonics.


Caribbean Medical Schools - A Journey and Guide

Asad Raza M.D. (Author)
Carla McDonald (Editor)
Leigh Anne Ference-Kaemmer (Cover Design, Designer)

(ISBN-13 978-0615552514)

Asad Raza, M.D., is a graduate of a Caribbean medical school and is now a fully licensed practicing physician in the United States. He has spent the last twelve years researching these Caribbean medical schools and has helped thousands of students with his famous and very informative website and forum: CaribbeanMedicine.com. He grew up in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, received his honors bachelor of science degree in applied mathematics from York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He then attended Saba University school of medicine in the Netherlands Antilles, Caribbean. After passing all the United States medical licensing exams he received his ECFMG® certificate and obtained a residency position in the United States. He has completed the entire process: he attended and graduated from a Caribbean medical school, completed the two years on the island in the Caribbean, completed the two years of clinical rotations in the United States and passed the MCAT, USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 CK, USMLE Step 2 CS, USMLE Step 3, TOEFL, MCCEE and MCCQE.