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McGill FamSIG

McGill FamSIG

The Family Medicine Student Interest Group (FamSIG) is run by McGill medical students with a special interest in Family Medicine. Here are the events that took place so far this year.

Beer and Pizza with Residents
The event took place on September 10th, at Thomson House and was a great opportunity for students to talk with residents from different sites and ask them questions about family medicine and residency while enjoying free beer and pizza!

Military medicine evening conferenceMilitary Medicine
This evening conference occurred on October 10th and was organized in conjunction with the Emergency Medicine Interest Group. We invited Major Dauphin, a family doctor with special training in critical care, recently deployed to Afghanistan where he served as chief of a medical base, to come and speak about military medicine and the logistics of practicing medicine in hostile territories. As always, free food was provided!

Common skin problems and their management
This evening conference occurred on October 28th and was organized in conjunction with the McGill Dermatology Interest Group. Third year medical students with a special interest in dermatology prepared a very interesting talk on common skin problems and their management, from benign and malignant skin lesions to allergic reactions and skin manifestations of systemic diseases. It was a great presentation where the mind received nourishment as well as the stomach!

Upcoming events (tentative dates)

  • Evening conference with Dr. Cohen: How to build and manage your practice as a family doctor (end of November)
  • Post-match talk (March)
  • Rural talk (for 2nd year medical students)
  • Skill’s day (April)
  • FaMSIG gala (May)
  • Petite seduction in Abitibi (May / June)

If you would like to have more information on these events, please visit our Facebook page.

If you have any questions or comments or if you want to join the team, do not hesitate to contact us.

Natacha KardousNatacha Kardous
McGill University



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