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    To all Students of ASUSM
    All our clinicals are greenbook
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    Duplicate post , sorry
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    Sonia:

    1) Did you do the VGH psych elective?
    2) Do you go to All Saint's University School of Medicine?

    There seems to be some confusion regarding this psych elective at Vancouver General. Some say it's only for SGU students, yet I recall your claiming to have done it. If you have done it, and are not a SGU, speak up since it means they are accepting non-SGU people into the elective.

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    i have not doen the psych rotation but was told we can , i go to all saints at the moment , but after i graduate i will do my clinicals over again since my clinicals are not even bluebook

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    All Saints University Official
    Addressing Unfounded Rumors, Lies, False Representation and Misrepresentation by
    Recent Posters (Mehdy, Soniaa, Risalabad, MD (NEVER affiliated with All Saints
    or known to the school), Blackjellyfish, Jackets etc)
    FACTS: ALL SAINTS UNIVERSITY DOMINICA AND ARUBA were founded by the same people
    (Dr. Y and Mr. P). These are no longer new schools and have steadily grown over
    the years to several hundreds of students with tens of successful graduates.
    Both schools run the same curriculum put together by these founders and have
    produced physicians who passed through only the entire curriculum put together
    by these founders. Many of these physicians are currently in residency in
    various states and countries (USA,CANADA, NIGERIA). These founders also put in
    place facilities that have made it possible for graduates of the schools to pass
    their USMLEs and other licensing examinations with flying colors.

    ALL SAINTS Dominica has around 400 students, and close to half of this are
    completing clinical rotations in the USA [Illinois (Chicago), Georgia (Atlanta),
    North Carolina (Raleigh), Indiana (Fort Wayne), Florida (Orlando), Oklahoma] and
    Dominica (Roseau). A few students are also completing some clinical clerkships
    at McMaster University, Canada, University of Toronto, Canada, Norway, Israel
    etc.

    Basic Medical Science Campus
    Located in the heart of Roseau, the capital city of Dominica the 30,000sq ft.
    campus is well equipped with state of the art infrastructural facilities,
    including well equipped Anatomy, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology and
    Histology laboratories, library, student lounge and classrooms. Upper level
    Basic Medical Science students go the Princess Margaret Hospital, Roseau,
    Dominica on a weekly basis for Physical Diagnosis and ICM. All the professors
    have several years of experience and they hold either a Ph.D. or MD degree or
    both and are graduates of reputable Universities in the USA, UK, India, Nigeria,
    Germany etc. All races and people of diverse backgrounds are well represented.

    Clinical Clerkships
    The University has clinical affiliation agreements with several hospitals in the
    states mentioned above, if you need additional information contact the clinical
    department of the University or the office
    of the Dean of Academic Affairs in Dominica to see both the list of the
    affiliated ACGME-accredited and teaching hospitals and duly signed affiliation
    agreements between All Saints University and the hospitals. The rumor mongers
    are particularly invited to see these list and documents.


    Transcripts
    The School does issue transcript of academic record to applicants in good
    standing.
    The school has never denied any student in good standing his/her transcript of
    academic record on request.
    Transfer Credits
    It is up to All Saints or any School of Medicine for that matter to accept or
    reject transfer credits from other schools/institutions and no school is
    empowered to accredit or discredit the programs of other independent schools.
    Only accreditation boards are authorized to do so. The School in Antigua is NOT
    an Accreditation Board and is responsible ONLY for its own policies and NOT that
    of other independent schools. The Antiguan School DOES NOT and CANNOT represent
    the standards /yardstick that other schools MUST follow.
    USMLE and Other Licensing Examinations Pass rates
    Pass rate is over 70% for first time examinees, with most candidates (about 40%)
    scoring between 80 and 89 percentiles) and about 30% scoring between 90 and 99
    percentiles. A significant number of students have also scored between 96 and 99
    percentiles. Many of these successful candidates from All Saints have already
    received invitation for residency interviews for the next (2011) residency
    match. You may contact the Office of the Dean of Academic Affairs for further
    details if need be.
    Religion
    All Saints is a SECULAR UNIVERSITY. The Dominican Campus is run by people who
    have strong faith in the Almighty God and who also have great respect for the
    religious views and beliefs of others. The School encourages student
    associations, especially Student Body Council and AMSA. The school DOES NOT
    encourage or condone proselyting in any form on campus and DOES NOT sponsor any
    religious or pseudo-religious organization anywhere. It is a secular University
    and DOES NOT discriminate in any form or on the basis of race, religion, creed,
    sex, country of origin, socio-economic status etc.

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    wait a minute ''university official'' I recall the anatomy lab in Dominica is derserted by professors and the MD1 students have to be taught by upper MD classes some don't even know their lower limb muscles, don't even have soap to wash their hands after touching the cadaver we have to buy our own soap to use in the lab. that is what you call state of the art, i dont recall SBC paid for the soap either. No regular internet and no computers in the library for student to use...oh well if that is state of the art then I must have missed the definition in the english dictionary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by universityofficial View Post
    All Saints University Official
    Addressing Unfounded Rumors, Lies, False Representation and Misrepresentation by
    Recent Posters (Mehdy, Soniaa, Risalabad, MD (NEVER affiliated with All Saints
    or known to the school), Blackjellyfish, Jackets etc)
    FACTS: ALL SAINTS UNIVERSITY DOMINICA AND ARUBA were founded by the same people
    (Dr. Y and Mr. P). These are no longer new schools and have steadily grown over
    the years to several hundreds of students with tens of successful graduates.
    Both schools run the same curriculum put together by these founders and have
    produced physicians who passed through only the entire curriculum put together
    by these founders. Many of these physicians are currently in residency in
    various states and countries (USA,CANADA, NIGERIA). These founders also put in
    place facilities that have made it possible for graduates of the schools to pass
    their USMLEs and other licensing examinations with flying colors.

    ALL SAINTS Dominica has around 400 students, and close to half of this are
    completing clinical rotations in the USA [Illinois (Chicago), Georgia (Atlanta),
    North Carolina (Raleigh), Indiana (Fort Wayne), Florida (Orlando), Oklahoma] and
    Dominica (Roseau). A few students are also completing some clinical clerkships
    at McMaster University, Canada, University of Toronto, Canada, Norway, Israel
    etc.

    Basic Medical Science Campus
    Located in the heart of Roseau, the capital city of Dominica the 30,000sq ft.
    campus is well equipped with state of the art infrastructural facilities,
    including well equipped Anatomy, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology and
    Histology laboratories, library, student lounge and classrooms. Upper level
    Basic Medical Science students go the Princess Margaret Hospital, Roseau,
    Dominica on a weekly basis for Physical Diagnosis and ICM. All the professors
    have several years of experience and they hold either a Ph.D. or MD degree or
    both and are graduates of reputable Universities in the USA, UK, India, Nigeria,
    Germany etc. All races and people of diverse backgrounds are well represented.

    Clinical Clerkships
    The University has clinical affiliation agreements with several hospitals in the
    states mentioned above, if you need additional information contact the clinical
    department of the University or the office
    of the Dean of Academic Affairs in Dominica to see both the list of the
    affiliated ACGME-accredited and teaching hospitals and duly signed affiliation
    agreements between All Saints University and the hospitals. The rumor mongers
    are particularly invited to see these list and documents.


    Transcripts
    The School does issue transcript of academic record to applicants in good
    standing.
    The school has never denied any student in good standing his/her transcript of
    academic record on request.
    Transfer Credits
    It is up to All Saints or any School of Medicine for that matter to accept or
    reject transfer credits from other schools/institutions and no school is
    empowered to accredit or discredit the programs of other independent schools.
    Only accreditation boards are authorized to do so. The School in Antigua is NOT
    an Accreditation Board and is responsible ONLY for its own policies and NOT that
    of other independent schools. The Antiguan School DOES NOT and CANNOT represent
    the standards /yardstick that other schools MUST follow.
    USMLE and Other Licensing Examinations Pass rates
    Pass rate is over 70% for first time examinees, with most candidates (about 40%)
    scoring between 80 and 89 percentiles) and about 30% scoring between 90 and 99
    percentiles. A significant number of students have also scored between 96 and 99
    percentiles. Many of these successful candidates from All Saints have already
    received invitation for residency interviews for the next (2011) residency
    match. You may contact the Office of the Dean of Academic Affairs for further
    details if need be.
    Religion
    All Saints is a SECULAR UNIVERSITY. The Dominican Campus is run by people who
    have strong faith in the Almighty God and who also have great respect for the
    religious views and beliefs of others. The School encourages student
    associations, especially Student Body Council and AMSA. The school DOES NOT
    encourage or condone proselyting in any form on campus and DOES NOT sponsor any
    religious or pseudo-religious organization anywhere. It is a secular University
    and DOES NOT discriminate in any form or on the basis of race, religion, creed,
    sex, country of origin, socio-economic status etc.

    you take us for a joke, put the hospital up on your website so we can call and confirm they take our students and are greenbook

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    thanks for the post

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    Chancellor and Director of Administration; is incompenant and Does not follow any laws. majority of teachers are unqualified, students are unable to obtain the proper student visa's for US. Hospitals are really clinics. there is no communication between campuses. He also does not respect his students, they are just dollar signs.

    This school is producing 5 doctors for every 20 students. They try to recruit hard working foreigners to make up for their lack teaching. Students do not receive any guidance or a proper foundation of basic science knowledge. It is ranked as one of the lowest, and will be impossible to transfer out from. The only call and information received from faculty is regarding one's tuition payments. foreigners are discounted with scholarships and given false promises of coming to the US for clinicals.
    P.S Mr. Paul also has his own private high school, his own basic science review course, and of course his medical school, all of which are mediocre

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    ive called every hospital i've done rotations in so far though i havent done any in any hospital though they write that your associated with them, none have any attachment with all saints.. wish they would just make an agreement with a hospital like adventist like all the other schools have by now. we're like the worst for rotations at this point.

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