2021 Virtual CaRMS Forum
We shared data and insights from the 2021 R-1 Main Residency Match virtually this year, in our Virtual CaRMS Forum on May 31, 2021. Thanks to everyone who was able to join us. For those who could not attend the live event (and those who want another look at the data), we’re happy to share the presentation deck—along with 30+ additional data slides, so you can review the data on your own schedule.
You can also watch the event video (English only) below.
2022 CaRMS Forum
We’ll be sharing data and insights from the 2022 R-1 Main Residency Match in our virtual CaRMS Forum. We hope you can join our CEO, John Gallinger, on May 26, 2022 at 13:00 ET for data and discussions about the 2022 match cycle. Can’t make it? Don’t worry – we’ll be posting the presentation video and data package on our website after the event, so you can review the data on your own schedule.
Read the information below to learn more about the CaRMS Forum and register to attend.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The CaRMS Forum will bring you fresh data from the 2022 match cycle, analysis of multi-year trends, and conversations about what the data can tell us. You will have opportunities to ask questions and we’ll share the presentation video after the event—along with an extended data deck with even more detailed information about match trends and outcomes.
The presentation will be made in English, but you will be able to ask questions in French if that is most comfortable for you. We will have both English and French moderators during the presentation. After the Forum, the data will be made available in both English and French.
WHEN IS IT?
Thursday, May 26, 2022
13:00 – 14:30 ET
Registered attendees will receive an email with attendance information and a link to attend the CaRMS Forum prior to the event. You do not need to download anything to attend. You can join on your computer, mobile device, or tablet from your favourite browser.
SBSAL Award Presentation
The CaRMS Forum will begin with a presentation of the award for the 2020 Sandra Banner Student Award for Leadership.
CaRMS Forum FAQ
Access links will be sent to registered attendees. Please use our registration form on this page to RSVP for the CaRMS Forum. You will be sent an access link leading up to the event and again 30 minutes before the event. We’ll be using a browser-based streaming software, so you won’t need to download anything.
Yes. The CaRMS Forum can be viewed on your computer, smartphone, or tablet from your favourite web browser. All you’ll need is a good Internet connection.
Yes. We will have question periods throughout the presentation. You can submit your questions at any time during the presentation in the questions panel on the right side of your screen. If you see that someone else has asked your question, no need to ask again, you can upvote their question so we know there is high interest in the answer.
Yes, the CaRMS Forum will be recorded and shared on our website and YouTube page after May 26.
Yes. The slides presented, along with an extended data deck with even more detailed information about match trends and outcomes, will be sent to registered attendees after the CaRMS Forum. The data will also be posted on our website.
The CaRMS Forum will be presented in English. However, we will be providing the full data deck in both English and French after the presentation.
2020 Match Data Presentation
Join us at the CaRMS Forum for the release of fresh data from the 2020 match, an analysis of multi-year trends and conversations about what the data can tell us.