McGill University - Dermatology - Montreal
Strong weekly academic half-days with presentations on subjects linked to a common pathologic theme of the week.
- leg ulcers/wound care
- contact dermatitis
- cutaneous lymphoma
- skin problems in transplant patient
- hidradenitis suppurativa
- hemangiomas in children
- genodermatoses (adults and children)
- atopic dermatitis in adults
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This residency program is for 5 years.
Program length of training does not exceed the Royal College or College of Family Physicians of Canada standard.
The dermatology program follows the general training requirements recommended by the Royal College of Physicians of Canada.
- Montreal General Hospital
- Royal Victoria Hospital, Glen site
- Jewish General Hospital
- Montreal Children's Hospital, Glen site
Is research part of the curriculum?
Yes. The residents (R2 to R5) are expected to participate in research or scholarly activities by designing their own projects with the help of staff or to join any ongoing ones related to dermatology. Time is allocated for this if the project is deemed substantial enough.
How many CaRMS positions are there for the McGill program?
The number of positions is established by the PGME Office and is subject to change on a yearly basis, but on average, 2-4 positions per year.