WCM-Q is part of Cornell University and shares the tripartite mission of Weill Cornell Medicine in New York of dedication to excellence in education, patient care and research.
The six-year program in pre-medical and medical education leading to the M.D. degree will be granted by Cornell University upon completion of all graduation requirements.
Promote educational endeavors, which extend beyond the undergraduate program.
A Center of Excellence in Basic, Translational and Clinical biomedical research with a world-class infrastructure and outstanding scientists.
In unison with the goals and mission of the college, the initiatives of the institute are organized in the three broad areas of education, research, and community care programs.
Welcome to Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar Alumni, an entity developed to allow WCM-Q graduates to reacquaint themselves with old friends, fellow students and most importantly stay up to date with all that is scheduled at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar and the opportunities the university has to offer.
Please refer to your clerkship syllabus for details on how your grade will be calculated. Your Clerkship Director would also have covered this material during Clerkship Orientation – please feel free to check the slides from the orientation as well.
Please speak with your Clerkship Director. The way clinical experiences will be made up will be on a case-by-case basis and can depend on how long you are away.
If you have COVID-19 related symptoms, please refer to the WCM-Q COVID-19 Guidelines for Student Testing and Monitoring, Infection Control, PPE Usage, and Patient Care living document for up-to-date, comprehensive guidelines
Please feel free to reach out to OCS@qatar-med.cornell.edu; alternative, you may reach out to your Academic Counsellor.
No, you will not be treating COVID-19 patients. If, however, you are exposed to a COVID-19 patient, please refer to the WCM-Q COVID-19 Guidelines for Student Testing and Monitoring, Infection Control, PPE Usage, and Patient Care living document to up to date comprehensive guidelines. If you are asked to do so, please contact your Clerkship Director immediately before any contact with a COVID-19 patient is made.
No, if you are asked to do so, please contact your Clerkship Director immediately
No, all NBME’s will be completed remotely. You will be provided with detailed instructions on how to prepare for exam day, as well as the expectations for exam day. Please note that all exam sessions are recorded.
If this happens, please contact the proctor, who will assist you. The proctor will share their mobile number before the exam starts.
That is correct – proctored exam are recorded. We refer back to the video if there is any case of academic misconduct. Therefore, your video and sound must be on for the duration of your exam.
Please contact your Course or Clerkship Director if you are ill. In parallel, please contact Student Affairs. For comprehensive guidelines related to COVID-19, please see WCM-Q COVID-19 Guidelines for Student Testing and Monitoring, Infection Control, PPE Usage, and Patient Care
If you have a connection issue the date of your exam, please call your proctor (who will share their information with you in advance of your exam).
a) You will be expected to sign-in for live sessionsb) You are expected to have your Camera on at all times during the live sessionsc) You will be expected to participate in your sessions