New Virtual Handbook for Applicants

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A virtual interview handbook for applicants is now available to assist with the transition to virtual interview for the 2021 residency match. The handbooks were created by a working group of the AFMC Resident Matching Committee (ARMC), which included learners, PG deans and Program Directors.

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Canadian Residency Virtual Guide

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New Virtual Handbook for Applicants

A virtual interview handbook for applicants is now available to assist with the transition to virtual interview for the 2021 residency match. The handbooks were created by a working group of the AFMC Resident Matching Committee (ARMC), which included learners, PG deans and Program Directors.

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