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#1 iyin0991

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Posted 19 October 2016 - 01:24 AM

Hi all,

 

I am a Canadian citizen. I am currently a first year US medical student who has been weighing his options. I might change my mind but I've always wanted to be a family physician as well as an ER physician. If I am unable to match in Canada during Carms, ill just have to stay in the states and do my residency there. In the US, family medicine is 3 years and I was thinking after that I would do a 1 year fellowship in ER ( 4 years total) or I could do a joint program of 5 years which combines family medicine and emergency medicine. I was wondering if I did the 3 + 1 or the 5 year joint residency in family medicine and ER in the states, would I face any obstacles in regards to being able to sit to write exams for family or ER or both specialties if I wanted to be licensed in Canada and practice? Any insight is much appreciated

 

Cheers!



#2 bearpuppy

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Posted 10 November 2016 - 10:29 PM

I think this may be what you're looking for:

 

http://www.cfpc.ca/RecognizedTraining/


Case Western Reserve University - Class of 2020

 

Application cycle 2015/2016

Stats: PhD, ~3.5GPA, 522MCAT

 

Canada

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Applied: UBC, UofA, UofC, UToronto, McMaster, UManitoba

Rejected: UBC, Manitoba, McMasterUTorontoUAlberta

Invited: UCalgary, UAlberta

Accepted: UCalgary

 

USA

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Applied: ~35 schools

Interviews: SUNY Upstate, WashU, Dartmouth, CWRU, UHawaii (withdrew)

Waitlisted: WashU

Accepted: SUNY Upstate, CWRU, Dartmouth

 

 





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