Learn more about our Residency Programs and Clinical Fellowships
Every year, Queen's University welcomes more than 150 new residents who join us from universities across Canada and around the world. They choose Queen’s because of the collegial and supportive atmosphere found in our programs, the benefits of living in a smaller city, and the overall quality of the educational experience. We invite you to learn more about postgraduate medical education at Queen’s University.
PGME and all of our training programs at Queen’s are committed to an equitable, fair, and transparent CaRMS process that welcomes a diverse set of trainees regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity or sexual orientation. We are dedicated to fostering an environment where everyone feels valued, respected, and supported. To that end we have created our Queen’s University Resident Selection Guidelines. Highlights of our process are:
- None of our programs will use social media posts or unsolicited general feedback in their selection process. This is indicated on all programs’ CaRMS information pages.
- Unconscious bias training for those involved in CaRMS is a foundational part of our CaRMS selection process.
- Real or perceived conflicts of interest are actively considered in determining who is involved in the CaRMS selection process
- Programs will have a back-up plan in place should a candidate identify an issue on the day of interview.
Candidates can also report concerns about discrimination in the process either to CaRMS email@example.com and/or to PGME (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Our strength is our people, and we encourage you to join us. You belong here.