Day in the Life – Caribbean Medical Student

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Chelsea Spencer (@cspenc10) is a second year medical student at St. George’s University (SGU) in Grenada. This is a day in her life. For more information about the pros and cons of going to medical school in the Caribbean, view our other videos on the topic.

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00:53 – Day overview
01:21 – Study session 1
02:02 – Why St. George’s University?
03:02 – IMCQ
04:34 – The importance and benefits of working out
05:14 – Misconceptions about studying in the Caribbean
06:51 – Discussing match rates
07:56 – Study session 2
08:18 – Advice for students dealing with depression and anxiety
09:05 – Small group practice OSCE
10:22 – Teaching
10:47 – Wrap up of the day

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