Manitoba

University of Manitoba

Updated July 18, 2017

At the University of Manitoba, the Department of Medicine Postgraduate Committee and the Max Rady College of Medicine have agreed to the following:

    1. Residents at PGY-3 or PGY-4 are eligible for the R-4 Medicine Match.

 

    1. Residents in Medicine subspecialty training are ineligible to switch subspecialty programs using the R-4 Medicine Match.

 

    1. Canadian Medical School graduates having Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status who are training in Internal Medicine in the United States are eligible to apply for the R-4 Medicine Match if the following criteria have been met:
      1. The have passed the MCCEE and MCCQE part I (or USMLE I, II, III)
      2. They provide proof of successful results from the examinations listed in “3a”
      3. They have had their training assessed by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
    2. IMG candidates having Canadian Citizenship or permanent residents status who are training in Internal Medicine in the United States are eligible to apply for the R-4 Medicine Match if the following criteria have been met:
      1. They have passed the MCCEE and MCCQE part I (or USMLE I, II, III)
      2. They provide proof of successful results from the examinations listed in “4a”
      3. They have had their training assessed by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
    3. Visa-sponsored trainees may apply for Medicine subspecialty training outside of the R-4 Medicine Match.

 

    1. “Off-cycle” applicants by greater than six months will be considered for the subsequent R-4 Medicine Match.

 

  1. Applications to Critical Care Medicine will be considered from the following:
    1. Candidates who have completed training in the following programs:
      • Internal Medicine
      • General Surgery
      • Anesthesia
      • Emergency Medicine
      • Cardiac Surgery
    2. Candidates who have completed training in other disciplines recognized by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) in addition to those listed in “7a”, provided their training has been approved by the RCPSC.
    3. Candidates who will have completed Medicine subspecialty training in the application year.