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PRESS RELEASE: CFMS Response to the Release of the Results from the 2018 CaRMS R-1 Main Residency Match
April 18, 2018 The Canadian Federation of Medical Students (CFMS) continues to be deeply concerned about the large number of unmatched Canadian Medical Graduates (CMGs). Snapshot data from the Canadian Residency Matching Service (CaRMS) released April 17, 2018 indicated that 69 current year CMGs were unmatched in the 2018 CaRMS R-1 Match after applying in the second iteration.
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Apr 18
  • The Canadian Federation of Medical Students (CFMS) continues to be deeply concerned about the large number of unmatched Canadian Medical Graduates (CMGs). Snapshot data from the Canadian Residency Matching Service (CaRMS) released April 17, 2018 indicated that 69 current year CMGs were unmatched in the 2018 CaRMS R-1 Match after applying in the second iteration.
  • Apr 12
  • Prizes to be won for participating in the #EnviroMed Earth Week Challenge April 16-22 by taking environmentally-conscious actions, and for photos submitted to the Earth Day Photo contest until April 23rd!
  • Apr 12
  • Safe Space: Let’s Get Real is an opportunity for medical students across the country to discuss a wide range of issues around medical student health and wellness. The first session will be on Sunday April 15th at 5-6PM EST and will be focused on stresses around residency matching process, and culture in medical education,
  • Apr 11
  • The CFMS in collaboration with the Canadian Armed Forces has worked to create supernumerary Family Medicine positions through the Medical Officer Training Program (MOTP). Unmatched students interested in becoming a Medical Officer would begin residency in July 2018.
  • Apr 11
  • DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MAY 1st: Applications to join the CFMS Commitee of Health Policy's Task Force on National Seniors Strategy.
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