Internal Reviews

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) and the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) conduct regular on-site accreditation visits to ensure the quality of the residency programs at Queen's University.  In order to prepare for these visits and to identify strengths and areas for improvement, an internal review process has been established.

Internal reviews are an integral component of the accreditation process at Queen's University and are conducted at least two years prior to the regular RCPSC/CFPC visits.  These internal reviews are intended as a mechanism to assist Queen's in maintaining the quality of its residency programs.  They also provide the Postgraduate Medical Education Committee (PGMEC) and Program Directors with valuable information about their programs and enable them to take corrective measures to address any weaknesses before the next RCPSC/CFPC survey.

Please find further Internal Review information at the pages below: