These residency programs are accredited by the Royal College for full training in the specialty. The standards of accreditation build upon and complement the General Standards of Accreditation for Residency Programs, providing additional discipline-specific expectations that focus on ensuring educational experiences and content, assessment, and resources are sufficient.More Info
The Canadian Resident Matching Service, most often referred to as CaRMS, is a national, independent organization that provides application and match services for residency training in Canada.More Info
The Royal College sets the standards and oversees post-graduate specialty-based medical education in Canada. This includes accreditation of all residency programs across Canada, accreditation of continuing professional development for practicing physicians, and administration/creation of the national certification exams at the end of residency training.More Info
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