The Office of Learner Well-Being and Success
Welcome to the Office of Learner Well-Being & Success

supporting undergraduate and postgraduate medical learners


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Connect with us via virtual meeting
Monday through Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm 
Email us to set up a meeting!

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Connect with Eileen directly via telephone
Monday to Friday, 8:30am-4:00pm

Call (709) 864-6333

After Hours Medical Learner Support Line
For UGME and PGME learners and their immediate families
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year
Urgent crisis support and everyday wellness issues
Read Frequently Asked Questions for more information


Office of Learner Well-Being and Success                             
Faculty of Medicine, Room M2M115
300 Prince Philip Drive, St. John’s, NL, A1B 3V6
P: (709)864-6333 (877)794-9740 I F: (709)864-6360

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A welcome message from
Dr. Greg Radu, Associate Dean

The best way to predict your future is to create it. - A.L.

The staff and faculty of the Office of Learner Well-Being and Success (LWS) are excited to support you throughout your undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. Our office is committed to building a sense of community and facilitating opportunities for you to reach your full academic and personal potential, at the intersection of individual growth and social responsibility. 
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The Office of Learner Well-Being and Success - in the News

February 24, 2021

After completing four years of medical school and receiving your Doctor of Medicine, your medical education and training doesn’t stop there. The next step is completing a postgraduate residency program. With so many programs available across Canada, what makes a program seem unique or the best fit for a medical student?

November 15, 2020
Dr. Dave Lundrigan (B.Sc.’05, MD’17) is a busy guy. Like most of us, Dr. Lundrigan has a mortgage and bills to pay. But the fourth year psychiatry resident is also working 50-60 hours a week while he and his wife wait for baby number three to arrive.
October 13, 2020
Jason Hearn’s passion for innovation and health equity led him here - to Memorial University’s doctor of medicine (MD) program. The same passion also led him to help heart failure patients 10,000 kms away in Uganda, Africa. That idea came about when he was a graduate student and the notion of combining innovation and medicine inspired Hearn’s career path.