Undergraduate Medical Education

Welcome to the Undergraduate Medical Education Office

The Undergraduate Medical Education office is dedicated to the delivery of Memorial University’s MD program. We provide an array of administrative support services and coordinate educational activities throughout the program to help both faculty and learners. 

Hours of Operation
The UGME team is available to support your requests from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

Student Handbook
Learners needing assistance or information outside regular business hours are encouraged to check the Student Handbook.

MUN Safe App
Memorial University shares campus-wide closure announcements via the MUN Safe App

UGME Strategy Map


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A message from Dr. Tanis Adey, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Medical Education

Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all. – Aristotle

At Memorial University’s Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) office, our team strives to develop the minds of our learners while nourishing qualities of humanism which are necessary for a successful career in medicine.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the UGME team continues to foster a learning environment of wellness and provide a network of support for our learners. We have transitioned to remote learning for both instructional and clinical learning in both the medical expert and non-medical expert physician roles. The UGME team will continue to provide learners the opportunity to achieve MD Program objectives and competencies while upholding recommendations set forth by the Public Health Agencies of Canada and Newfoundland and Labrador.

We are so proud of our learners, their achievements, their professionalism and their patience, especially throughout these unprecedented times. The UGME team stands by our commitment to graduate professional, resilient learners who have a high success rate in the CaRMS residency match and are fully prepared for the next stage of training.

Wishing you wellness and safety,
Tanis
 

Tanis Adey  MD MMEd FRCPC CCPE
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Medical Education