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Fellowship Programs

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Our residency programs at Queen's University are nationally respected for its collegial atmosphere, high faculty-to-resident ratio, research opportunities, and strong focus on teaching in all of the major subspecialties as well as General Internal Medicine. It is fully accredited by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Until now, residency programs were time-based. This meant that as a resident, you spent one full year in each Postgraduate Year (PGY) before you could move up to the next level.

Promotion was based on the successful completion of a year of learning comprised of thirteen equal rotation blocks, and this was the same for all residents. Competency-Based Medical Education (CBME) reduces the emphasis of learning based on units of time and instead shifts the basis for promotion to the demonstration of competence.

Our residency programs have been restructured into four new phases of learning, each with a different focus. In each phase, you’ll have to demonstrate that you’ve achieved competency in the clinical tasks and activities expected of you. You’ll be assessed using new concepts called entrustable professional activities and milestones.

 

Learn More About CBME

Competency-Based Medical Education (CBME) at Queen's University

Department of Medicine, Queen's University

Our Residency Programs

Cardiology Residency Program
Core Internal Medicine Residency Program
Dermatology Residency Program
Endocrinology & Metabolism Residency Program
Gastroenterology Residency Program
General Internal Medicine Residency Program
Geriatric Medicine Residency Program
Hematology Residency Program
Infectious Diseases Residency Program
Nephrology Residency Program
Neurology Residency Program
Palliative Care Residency Program
Respirology & Sleep Residency Program
Rheumatology Residency Program