In an effort to ease new students’ transition to the university, AUB organized a New Student Orientation program with informative sessions for incoming students aimed at preparing them for study in the medical field. The students were coached on the importance of Clinical students as well as being a medical doctor and/or becoming a health professional.
The orientation program facilitates learning about diversity, personal responsibility, academic support opportunities, clubs, organizations, research opportunities and more. Students also get an opportunity to socialize with their peers and an orientation leader to make friends before the semester starts. They were also taken on an island tour, visiting the historic Harrisons Cave and other popular destinations in and around Barbados.
Student Orientation was held on Friday 9th February 2018. In attendance were, the Clinical Dean, Dr. Sam Suhail, Associate Dean, Dr. Syed Kazmi, Afzal Mehdi, Additional Director, Rep. Ministry of Health, Mr. Sean Braithwaite, Insurance Rep. Ms. Jeannette Barrow and the new students.
A one-day Recruitment fair was organized by the American University of Barbados, School of Medicine in the school premises on 19th January 2018. The event was aimed at informing students about medical careers, opportunities and admission procedure.
With a footfall of nearly 200 consisting of students and teachers from various prestigious schools, the event turned out to be a big success. The students enjoyed the campus tour- visit to facilities, skill labs, lecture rooms library, clinic, etc.
The students showed a keen interest and were excited to have a hands-on experience with mannequins in the skill lab. The event was also attended by financial institutions like the Royal bank, First Caribbean, Credit Union, Insurance brokers, Admission Counselors and the S.G.S. team, Barbados.
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This is coming from the Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Ronald Jones who delivered remarks at the White Coat Ceremony of the American University of Barbados (AUB) recently at the PomMarine.
He said that whether they choose to do this research individually or as a group, it would involve the sharing of skills and knowledge.Read More
The American University of Barbados (AUB) School of Medicine has given the assurance that it has not abandoned plans to establish a free clinic here.
Associate Dean Dr Sam Suhail told Barbados TODAY although discussions were still ongoing, "realistically one year from now" work should start on the facility to be established at the institution's Silver Sands, Christ Church location.
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FREE HEALTH CARE in Barbados will soon get a boost with the opening of a new clinic. The clinic will handle the range of health problems other clinics do and we will also be delivering free medicine," AUB President, Meesam Ali Khan told the MIDWEEK NATION recently. "We will treat whoever comes in. We will be in a position to do CAT (computerised tomography) scans and MRIs (magnetic resonance imaging)".Read More