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  1. Anatomical Pathology: Laval (Dec 4), UofT (Dec 5), UBC (Dec 9) Anesthesiology: Manitoba (Dec 6), NOSM (Dec 9) Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Alberta (Dec 4) Diagnostic Radiology: Saskatoon (28 Nov), UBC (29 Nov), MUN (Dec 4), Calgary (Dec 6) Emergency Medicine: Queen's (Dec 9) Family Medicine: Sherbrooke (21 Nov), Laval (21 Nov), Montreal (21 Nov), Ontario IMG (30 Nov) General Pathology: General Surgery: McGill (Dec 10) Hematological Pathology: Internal Medicine: Sherbrooke (Nov 26) Medical Genetics and Genomics: UofT (Dec6) Medical Microbiology: Neurology: Manitoba (28 Nov), Ottawa (Dec 9, IMG/CMG), Dalhousie (Dec 9), UBC (Dec 9) Neurology - Paediatric: Neuropathology: Neurosurgery: Nuclear Medicine: Obstetrics and Gynaecology: Montreal (Dec 10) Ophthalmology: Orthopaedic Surgery: Otolaryngology: Alberta (Dec 9) Pediatrics: Plastic Surgery: PM&R: Montreal (7 dec), Ottawa (9 Dec), Laval (10 Dec) Psychiatry: Memorial (Nov 22), McMaster-Hamilton (Dec 3), McGill (Dec 3), Manitoba (Dec 3), Western-London/Windsor (Dec 4) McMaster-Waterloo (Dec 6) Public Health and Preventive Medicine: Sherbrooke (Dec 6) Radiation Oncology: Alberta (Dec 2), Calgary (Dec 5), McMaster (Dec 6) Urology: Western (Dec 2), Dalhousie (Dec 4), Manitoba (Dec 5), McMaster (Dec 5), UBC (Dec 5), Toronto (Dec 6) Vascular Surgery:
  2. Anatomical Pathology: Anesthesiology: Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Diagnostic Radiology: Emergency Medicine: Family Medicine: Sherbrooke (21 Nov), Laval (21 Nov), Montreal (21 Nov) General Pathology: General Surgery: Hematological Pathology: Internal Medicine: Sherbrooke (Nov 26) Medical Genetics and Genomics: Medical Microbiology: Neurology: Neurology - Paediatric: Neuropathology: Neurosurgery: Nuclear Medicine: Obstetrics and Gynaecology: Ophthalmology: Orthopaedic Surgery: Otolaryngology: Pediatrics: Plastic Surgery: PM&R: Psychiatry: Memorial (Nov 22) Public Health and Preventive Medicine: Radiation Oncology: Urology: Vascular Surgery:
  3. Les 2-3 personnes (pour le total des universités francophones) qui sont choisies comme étudiants internationaux ont pas juste un baccalauréat avec des notes "pas top" par contre. Aussi bien dire, que sans au moins une maîtrise, un dossier académique impeccable et de nombreuses publications d'impact, aucune chance de rentrer.
  4. Anatomical Pathology: Anesthesiology: Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Diagnostic Radiology: Emergency Medicine: Family Medicine: Sherbrooke (21 Nov), Laval (21 Nov), Montreal (21 Nov) General Pathology: General Surgery: Hematological Pathology: Internal Medicine: Medical Genetics and Genomics: Medical Microbiology: Neurology: Neurology - Paediatric: Neuropathology: Neurosurgery: Nuclear Medicine: Obstetrics and Gynaecology: Ophthalmology: Orthopaedic Surgery: Otolaryngology: Pediatrics: Plastic Surgery: PM&R: Psychiatry: Memorial (Nov 22) Public Health and Preventive Medicine: Radiation Oncology: Urology: Vascular Surgery: The 3 programs I added did not require letters of reference and hold one comon interview for all programs (all the French FM programs). As far as I know, everyone gets an interview.
  5. You have deals withTelus through the CMA. They used to be solid but the current ones actually end up being more expensive than just going straight with Telus so I'll have to give them a call to clarify that.
  6. Non. Toutes les notes universitaires sont considérées par les universités francophones. C'est aussi important de savoir que si tu es Français (ce que je présume) et que tu viens seulement au Québec pour les études sans avoir la citoyenneté/résidence permanente, tu n'es pas admissible aux programmes de santé contignentés comme médecine, pharmacie, médecine dentaire, physiothérapie, etc.
  7. Ça peut se faire pendant les stages soft comme médecine de famille/psychiatrie ou en post-CaRMS. Par contre, s'il faut être présent en classe pendant les heures de travail ou pour des examens, ça ne sera pas possible.
  8. If you speak french and intend to apply to the french schools, you'd have to actively try not to match if your only aim is FM.
  9. You need to use the CaRMS translation service, which is crap.
  10. The first rule of PM&R is: You do not talk about PM&R. The second rule of PM&R is: You do not talk about PM&R.
  11. Also, your finances might be figured out right now but (god forbid) you never know what might happen. It's a lot better to have it and not use it than the opposite.
  12. Ironically, I'd say the true bread and butter for ortho is probably TKR/THR. It's probably close to half of their caseload.
  13. The flipside to that is that there are so many uncommon presentations that they actually end up being rather common as a whole. It's the individual presentations that are uncommon. Regarding the more common presentations for each specialty, the Toronto Notes is a good starting point for learning what you're expected to know as a clerk.
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