Congratulations to all students who received an Undergraduate Award — a total of $80,000 in cash and bursaries were awarded. During the virtual ceremony, CMCC also honoured faculty members Dr. Michael Snosek and Dr. Matthew Carinci, for the Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. The award is based on demonstrated passion for education, innovation in the classroom and the application of the principles of adult education in the classroom. Dr. Sahar Bassaly was awarded the William Peek Faculty Award for excellence in teaching, based upon recommendations from students and…read more
Welcome to each of our classes and in particular, the Class of 2025, which joined us in late August. Although the pandemic continues to impact our activities this year, we have established successful new routines and continue to provide our program without interruption. Everyone is to be congratulated for adhering to our policies and procedures and for understanding that the safety of our students, employees and patients is our highest priority. We can all be pleased that our protocols have successfully warded off any outbreaks of infection among students and…read more
Welcome again, students, faculty and staff to the 2021-2022 academic year at CMCC. I hope you were able to enjoy the warm weather (and continue to do so!) while practicing social distancing. We continue to navigate through the restrictions created by the pandemic and remain committed to delivering our program to its rigorous standards. We will ensure that your learning experience is challenging, and that it integrates evidence-based practice, foundational and clinical sciences. A special welcome to the newest members of our community, the Class of 2025. You are embarking…read more
On behalf of CMCC Students’ Council, welcome back for the 2021-2022 academic year! I would especially like to extend a very warm welcome to the newest members of our CMCC family, the incoming Class of 2025. For students, faculty, staff, and our CMCC community, the last year has required many adjustments – pardon the chiropractic pun. We have adapted to modified academic protocols and program delivery, have changed how we connect with our friends and family and respected the constant influx of changes to public protective measures. From the bottom…read more
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Dear students, We wish you all a happy start to the academic year and have provided important updates on library hours and services for this year. Library Hours: Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday: 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday closed. Booking study space: Study space reservation using the library’s RSVP calendar on KIRO is available to all current students on a ‘first-come, first-served basis. Space is currently limited to 59 seats, therefore during the week (Monday-Friday) priority will be given to those students who attend labs on campus…read more
As we continue to explore ways to flatten the curve and manage the impact of COVID-19, many of you have asked how you can help. Some of you may already be doing so. Thank you. Earlier this month, the provincial and federal governments put out calls to active and non-active health care providers, students and volunteers with health care experience to increase front-line capacity as the country continues to take action to stop the spread of COVID-19 and care for the front-line workers and those affected by the pandemic. Here’s…read more
Dr. Joel Meredith, a 2001 CMCC graduate and also a medical physician has generously offered this special service to help us during this challenging time. He is a new CMCC faculty member now teaching the lab component for CD3305 Diagnosis and Symptomatology. He is located in Ottawa and is also on faculty at Queen’s. A message from Dr. Joel Meredith Dear CMCC students and colleagues, Now that our province is in an emergency state, I though I could do my share to help and am offering an MD Telephone Service for…read more
Music has a way of bringing people together and we’re so happy the CMCC Music Group found a way to create a shared experience for us!
From our homes to yours…100 percent of all labs, small groups and lectures are now being delivered remotely! Here, Dr. Vanessa Petrini leads CE1101 small group learning. Dr. Scott Dunham, Director, Curriculum and Faculty Development, pops in to say hello.