Past Mini Events

Trouble on Hallows Eve

OMS Toronto is pleased to introduce our first event: Trouble on Hallows Eve. In this event, YOU get to be a doctor. A medical crisis has occurred and daily clues will be revealed in our Instagram Story to help you form a diagnosis. Our winner was @r0sa.__ where she won a $10 gift card and decided to donate the money to a local health center! Follow our Instagram @oms.toronto to see the clues and diagnosis!

MedPortal

Are you interested in applying to medical school, but unsure of the process? MedPortal is the event for you! Starting on November 1, you can register through MedPortal for a free 30-minute call with a medical student studying in a field you are interested in. Spots are limited, so make sure you fill out the form as soon as possible to guarantee your spot and stay tuned for the opening!

Let's Talk Womens' Health Webinar

We hope you had the chance to participate in our webinar – “Let’s Talk Women’s Health” – featuring Nevena Rebić, a PhD student and trainee at Arthritis Research Canada and the University of British Columbia Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, where she previously completed a clinical Bachelor of Pharmacy and thesis-based Master of Science. As well as Khalida Nasiri, a second-year medical student at Western who holds a Master of Science (M.Sc) in Epidemiology from McGill University’s Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics.

6-Year m.d. WEbinar

Various panellists from all around the world will provide insight towards international medical programs. Join us on December 12th from 10-11:30 am EST to hear from Canadian local representatives, as well as, current and previous medical students completing their residency in Canada and the United States. Tuition, board exams, curriculum overview, accommodations, and medical opportunities will all be discussed to give a general outline of what each program has to offer.

Trouble on New Year's Eve

OMS Toronto’s second interactive social media event: Trouble on New Year’s Eve. In this event, YOU get to be a doctor. A medical crisis has occurred and daily clues will be revealed on our Instagram story to help you form a diagnosis. Follow our Instagram @oms.toronto for more details!