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A Year in Service, with Another to Come

With 2015 drawing to a close and 2016 making its grand entrance, we'd like to celebrate the new year with a brief recap of just some of the work our students have done for the people of St. Vincent.


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Trinity School of Medicine Holds Funeral for Retired Cadaver

Trinity is not a typical medical school. Beyond its dogged attempt to continuously evaluate and improve its own curriculum, it is an institution dedicated to living its declared culture of caring and service. It's a crucial part of a student's education: if Trinity wants to produce physicians that go the extra mile for their patients, Trinity must always do whatever it can to go the extra mile itself.

An excellent example of this is "Walter."

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Individualized Learning: Yet another Path to Success at Trinity

Trinity is focused on educating and guiding the next generation of skilled, dedicated physicians. As we've made abundantly clear, we consider your experience, background, and passions beyond academia a crucial component of this, which is why we put so much emphasis on the interview (speaking frankly, having our committees evaluate a candidate's grades and test scores in the context of their experiences and overall character gives us a much more robust framework to evaluate them for acceptance).
As a result, we meet driven students who are going to make remarkable doctors if they're given the best opportunity available to them. To address this, we offer the Individualized Learning Plan (ILP).

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Trinity Students and SVG Rotary Bring Critical Medical Care to Windward Islanders

The second 2015 Rotary Village Doctor event, a collaboration between the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Rotary Club and Trinity School of Medicine, was yet another great success for quality of life and medical education. Two doctors and eight students from Trinity headed to Lowmans Windward Primary School with the aim of working as a team to deliver consultations and give treatment where necessary in general medicine, ophthalmology, dentistry, general surgery, pediatrics, and ENT services. The students not only triaged the one hundred and seventy-eight seen on that day, they observed the procedures and interactions with the visiting doctors

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The World Pediatric Project Needs Your Help!

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Health and Education Foundation has launched a major fundraising drive for the World Pediatric Project this holiday season and Trinity is here to help.