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CaRMS Information

 

We are pleased that you have applied to our program and are looking forward to welcoming you in person during your interview. Click here for more information on Postgraduate Medical Education at Queen's about travel, accommodation, and general CaRMS application requirements.

2020-2021 CaRMS Interviews

◊ Virtual Information Sessions

The program will be hosting several virtual events to provide applicants the opportunity to interact with current faculty and residents and learn more about the Queen's Core Internal Medicine Program. Updates will be posted here and to our Twitter feed @queensuim and on our Instagram account @qimresidency as new events are added.  

Join us on Thursday, February 25th @ 7:30 p.m. for our last virtual information session!

Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlcOyqrz8tGdzH08M0nHio8dMqT3N-E_IM

 

 

◊ 2020-2021 Application Updates (Dec 2020 Update)

We require 3 letters of reference as part of the application. All of these should come from faculty members who can attest to your capability as a prospective resident. They do not need to come from internists. 

We had previously offered an additional option - a  Standardized Senior Resident Reference that could be used in place of one faculty letter. Due to a recent decision made by the AFMC Resident Matching Committee (ARMC), this option is no longer possible. We are sorry for this last-minute change. 

We realize this change has come several months after we launched this option and many applicants may have already solicited a senior resident referee. Applicants that have done so and already included this letter as one of the three references in their application will not be penalized - your file will be treated equivalently with no negative impact on your application.

All reference letters are provided free of expectation or coercion. Any student/applicant who perceives any unwelcome behaviour related to a reference request should contact their Student Affairs office immediately. The program strongly supports any applicants who experience unwelcome behaviour of this kind and will facilitate confidential reporting. 

◊ Life in Kingston 

Kingston has much to offer as a city - it is highly encouraged that all applicants visit the PGME Life in Kingston website that highlights the best services and attractions in the region.