Mini Medical School

What is the mini medical school?

Mini Medical School consists of two evenings of medical classes adapted for the general public and offered to Francophone communities in a friendly environment. Healthcare specialists have come together to help the community learn more about health and the human body. Sessions take place in the spring and fall, touch on a variety of topics and are presented in simple, accessible language. 

Mini Medical School is for anyone wanting to acquire greater knowledge of the medical field, students (aged 14 and up), adults, parents, retired persons and healthcare professionals. 

Everyone is welcome! There are no prerequisites and it's free.


Cross-Canada Simulcas

These events are simulcast by videoconference to Francophone communities across the country in partnership with the Consortium national de formation en santé, University of Ottawa branch. 

Who is the mini medical school for?

Anyone who wants to expand their knowledge of how the human body works. 

  • Adults
  • Students (age 14 and up)
  • Healthcare professionals 
  • Parents, grandparents
  • Retired people

The videoconferences are broadcast in various locations around Saskatchewan: Regina, Moose Jaw, Bellevue, Gravelbourg, Saskatoon, Bellegarde, Ponteix, North Battleford, Zenon Park.

 

To register of for further information, please contact :

Jeanne Dumas
CNFS Coordinator 
La Cité universitaire francophone, Université de Regina 
cnfs.cite@uregina.ca
306.337.3110
www.cnfs.net

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