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Emergency Medical Techniques Guest Lecture at Avalon University
Caribbean medical school - Avalon University had a guest lecture on Emergency Medical Techniques in the Anatomy Lab
Dr. Kaja Konieczny, a cardiology fellow in Toronto, Canada, previously visited and taught Avalon Students how to properly insert chest tubes in a hands-on workshop inside Avalon’s Anatomy lab. For her returning visit, she lectured about her experience as an Internal Medicine Fellowship/Resident in Toronto and provided critical insight into resident life and Internal Medicine as a whole.
The Emergency Medical Techniques Club has been fortunate enough to have had many guest speakers throughout their founding year, including Dr. Joel Woodley-Cook, an interventional radiologist in Toronto, Canada who taught Avalon students how to properly read MRI, X-Ray, and CT scans while explaining the daily procedures he performs, as well as Dr. Oleg Klipitch, a general practitioner from Toronto, Canada, who provided insight into the world of family medicine and gave club members much advice regarding their pursuit of a medical career.
EMT club would like to formally extend our deepest gratitude to all guest speakers and hope to have many more in upcoming semesters. Call us on toll free number 1-855-282-5668
Note - Article written by Avalon University School of Medicine's Student Ms. Magda (SGA president May - Aug 2014)
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