Pre-medical students have typically majored in science, but some medical schools are finding that liberal arts and even music majors with no science background can do well. Some admissions officers and doctors believe they may even have advantages, given the importance of communications in the doctor-patient relationship. A musician-turned-med student, an admissions officer and a musical doctor explain.
- Hanna Boone, Medical student, Memorial University of Newfoundland
- Dr. Barton Thiessen, Associate Professor of Anesthesia and Assistant Dean of Admissions, Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland
- Dr. Danielle Ofri, Clinical Professor of Medicine, New York University and Editor, Bellevue Literary Review