An Innovative Medical School with Dedicated Faculty in St. Kitts
Windsor continues to stand out due to its affordability and an academic environment designed to welcome international students of diverse cultures. Windsor has successfully achieved and maintained this multicultural environment for more than a decade. Founded in 1998 on the island of St. Kitts, Windsor University School of Medicine provides broad medical education and academic support services designed to assist students in achieving their academic goals. Our medical school ensures our students are offered an enhanced academic education along with extensive hands-on patient care training and leadership. Our graduates are known to be committed and dutiful professionals committed to serving their community. Ready to pursue a career in medicine? Get in touch with us today. Dedicated Faculty Your success as a physician depends on where you learn, how you learn and from whom you learn. Our faculty works collaboratively as well as individually to enhance learning and teaching by introducing innovative resources and tools. An Innovative Curriculum Our curriculum is designed to foster the development of competency-based knowledge and skills directed toward effective patient care. Windsor University School of Medicine provides a diverse clinical experience through its various US-affiliated teaching hospitals in locations around the United States. Expanded Campus Facilities In 2015, construction began on a 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art building comprised of a larger library facility, simulation lab, small group learning rooms, student lounges, and gymnasium. By being introduced to upgraded patient-centered teaching tools, our students benefit by advancing to a top-quality, professional practice of medicine. Affordable Tuition We believe in providing the best medical education at a price that will pose no barrier to pursuing your passion. At Windsor University School of Medicine, we offer you the guidance and support to realize your dream without the hassle of debts. Community Leadership Our students learn to balance the demands of academic and non-academic areas of student life. A sense of community and exposure to patient care begins in the first year as students become actively involved in the medical society student body. We encourage and inspire students to apply their knowledge to various community settings in efforts to practice professional responsibility. Growing Alumni Success We are proud of our growing roster of physicians in high-demand specialties at prestigious medical facilities across North America and globally. Over the years, Windsor University School of Medicine has attracted and inspired life-long learners to be exceptional physicians, researchers, and advocates of health care. THIS INSTITUTION IS POSITIONED AS AN AFFORDABLE INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOR CULTURALLY DIVERSE STUDENTS TO GAIN CORE COMPETENCIES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATE AND POST GRADUATE TRAINING.
Medical Learning through Competency-Based Objectives
By the end of the Medical education at Windsor University School of Medicine, students will be able to achieve the following 6 core competencies:
- Patient Care: Students must be able to provide patient care that is compassionate, appropriate, and effective for the treatment of health problems and the promotion of health.
- Medical Knowledge: Students must demonstrate knowledge of established (all courses MD1-10) and evolve biomedical, clinical, epidemiological (courses in research, Epidemiology) and social-behavioral sciences (Behavioral med, Ethics), as well as the application of this knowledge to patient care.
- Interpersonal and Communication Skills: Students must demonstrate interpersonal and communication skills that result in the effective exchange of information and collaboration with patients, their families, and health professionals.
- Professionalism: Students must demonstrate a commitment to carrying out professional responsibilities and an adherence to ethical principles.
- Practice-Based Learning and Improvement (PBLI): Students must also demonstrate the ability to investigate and evaluate their patient care practices, appraise and assimilate scientific evidence, and improve their patient care practices.
- Systems-Based Practice (SBP): Students must demonstrate an awareness of and responsiveness to the larger context and system of healthcare, as well as the ability to call effectively on other resources in the system to provide optimal health care.