Becoming a doctor is regarded in most societies as being perhaps the most noble of wealthy professions. After successfully passing the final 5th year examinations, one is awarded the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery ( MBChB ). A year of internship in a hospital designated for that purpose, under the supervision of a specialist in that discipline is required before an unrestricted license to practice medicine and surgery is granted by the Uganda Medical and Dental Practitioners Council (UMDPC).
I am not completely sure about this, but as stated above, some US medical schools particularly require US undergraduate education, and so at these schools, you might not be eligible to apply with Canadian college education, despite being a US citizen.
In the formal clinical setting in school, they can only assist with certain patient evaluation and management tasks, after the vital signs , chief complaint and the history of present illness have been discerned, but prior to the physical examination : reviewing the patient’s signs and symptoms in each body system, and then reviewing the patient’s personal medical, genetic, family, educational/occupational, and psychosocial history.
I know that I am unhappy where I am at right now…not because I don’t like the school – I’ve met some absolutely incredible people that I hope to become great friends with in the coming 4 years (and of course I’ve met some not so incredible people – see ‘hypertalkers’ below, but that’s a given at any school full of premeds), and I know I’d be learning the same stuff anywhere.
There are six medical schools in Ireland They are at Trinity College Dublin , the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland , University College Dublin , University College Cork , University of Limerick and the National University of Ireland, Galway (the National University of Ireland is the degree-awarding institution for all except the University of Limerick and Trinity College).