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Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Andrea Folds

In this edition of our alumni spotlight, we are proud to showcase Dr. Andrea Folds. Dr. Folds is a native of Florida, and is what some would consider a non-traditional student. She left her first career as a successful accountant to follow her passion and become a physician. While researching Caribbean medical schools, she looked at them all, and Dr. Folds says she could not be happier with deciding to attend Trinity. " Trinity provides you with everything you need.” Dr. Folds adds she did not face any hurdles as an IMG, landing a residency at Aventura Hospital and Medical Center in South Florida. It’s worth noting, this was her first choice for matching! Get to know more about Dr. Folds and her journey.  

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Commonly Asked Questions About Med School | Trinity School of Medicine

Update: October 29, 2020

With all of the things that make you uniquely you, the same is true about each medical school. While researching medical schools, you'll want to find one that fits all of your needs. We have compiled a list of most asked questions, with answers, to narrow down your choices. 

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8 Ways to Improve Your Medical School Application

Applying to medical schools is often a stressful time in a would-be doctor's life. After all, it can feel like your whole future hangs in the balance, and as though you have no control over the outcome. The good news is that you do have some control over the results until you submit your final documents. 

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The Trinity Think Tank: Increasing Research Opportunities and Awareness on Campus

Participation in medical education research has become necessary for almost every doctor; as a result, many medical students are choosing to participate in medical education projects as part of their medical training. Students are investing more time upfront to better understand what opportunities are available to them.

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5 Most Popular Fields of Medicine in 2020

Updated: October 7, 2020

There are dozens of medical specialties from which new medical school graduates can choose. From abdominal radiology to vascular surgery, the Association of American Medical Colleges lists more than 120 specialties and subspecialties. What draws each doctor to their specialty varies, but some common considerations are: type of patients, work-life balance, demand for the specialty, and average salary. Below are some of the top specialties of 2020 based on those needs.

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Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Kirk Vannitamby

In this latest edition of our alumni spotlight, we are excited to introduce you to Trinity alum Dr. Kirk Vannitamby.  With a background in engineering and a passion for medicine, Dr. Vannitamby stayed the course. And it paid off. He is excited to let everyone know he matched with his number one choice,  Western University located in London, Ontario, Canada.  You can join Dr. Vannitamby for an online information session May 27th - Click here to register.

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Everyday Heroes: Trinity Students on the Front Line of the COVID -19 Health Crisis

Jeremy G. Salter, a fourth year Trinity student, developed an interest in 3D printing in undergraduate at the University of Colorado. In 2010, the 3D printing technology was not accessible and cost thousands of dollars. Now, advances in the field have made 3D printing available to almost anyone with an interest. Last year Jeremy received a 3D printer as a birthday gift and it quickly became a hobby.

Today, Jeremy has taken his hobby and turned it into a lifesaving project.

2020 Match Report: Trinity graduates carry on our strong history of success.

Without a doubt, one of the most exciting days in the lives of medical students, (and medical school administrations) is Match Day, and 2020 was no exception. Once again, Trinity graduates carry on our strong history of success in residency placement. Our graduates continue to represent our school in placements at top healthcare institutions across North America, and we are so proud as they take the next step on the way to their careers in medicine.

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Trinity Students Donate BIG After Fire Destroys Lady of Guadeloupe Home for Girls

Fire Destroys Lady of Guadeloupe Home for Girls

St. Vincent -- The Lady of Guadeloupe Home for Girls is a non-profit organization that is dear to Trinity School of Medicine and our students. The home provides a safe place to live and a caring environment for at risk girls ages 12-18. We were devastated to learn of the fire that broke out engulfing the building and destroying the entire facility.

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Tips for creating a COVID-19 Home Care Kit

Updated: September 22, 2020

As we continue to navigate these unprecedented, unfamiliar, and uncertain times, we are learning more about caring for those who get sick. One thing seems to remain more common than not, and that is most COVID-19 cases do not require admittance to the hospital, often even the most critical cases get sent home. With this one trend continuing, having a COVID-19 Homehealth Kit is not only recommended, it's likely to ease some of the fear and uncertainty when you're caring for loved ones under the same roof.