Residency Interviews are coming up soon!
We have compiled some resources that you may find helpful.
The AFMC sourced a list of skilled and certified translators for medical students to use as they fulfill their application requirements for residency program applications across Canadian Faculties of Medicine.
You’ve unpacked the essentials, what happens now? If you do not already have friends or acquaintances in your new community you may find creating new relationships is a great way to help you settle in.
Moving is hard on everyone — whether it is just you, your spouse, your kids, or even the pets! Here are some ways to make moving easier and hopefully more fun.
We know it can be confusing trying to keep straight all of the things that need to be done before your residency. All 17 faculties of medicine have differing requirements and there are unique provincial requirements but not to worry — we are here to help.
Are you a Canadian Medical Graduate interested in winning prizes and helping CANPREPP serve future students better? You’ve come to the right place.
What’s your moving style?
Budgeting the big move.
Finding a place to live.
Planning your new space.
How are you feeling?
If you did not match in this year’s CaRMS first round, you still have options. We have compiled some resources from various sources to help you through this process.
In response to these needs, AFMC has developed the Canadian Residency Virtual Promotion Guide that outlines general guidelines that pertain to virtual program promotion and applicant engagement for the 2021 R1 match cycle.
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.