PROGRAM PROFILE

Queen's University - Internal Medicine - Kingston

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Program Director

Dr. David Taylor

CONTACT

Program Manager

Geneviève Bureau

HIGHLIGHTS

Overall Program Highlights

  • Recognized as the top Postgraduate Training Program in Ontario by PARO in 2018

  • Learner-centred with a well-supported and resident led wellness program

  • Excellent mentoring and career advisement

  • Strong experience with and leadership in Competency-based Medical Education (CBME)

  • Great waterfront and family friendly city



Resident Wellness

  • Resident wellness committee with program funding for special events and initiatives

  • Fall 1-day retreat to connect residents

  • Annual winter 2-day retreat

  • Regular resident social events (e.g., climbing, kayaking, cooking, holiday dinner, etc)

  • Excellent support services for residents facing stressors and personal challenges



Clinical Services:

  • 5 CTUs provide training in management of inpatient medicine

  • Medical Short Stay team (CTU-E)

  • Stepdown ICU for critically ill patients run by Medicine

  • Hospitalist Service to divert ALC patients from teaching services

  • PGY3 Night Float for acute medicine call

  • Continuity Clinic for PGY-2 and PGY-3 Residents

  • Competency-based educational curriculum



Research Opportunities:

Queen's Internal Medicine is dedicated to providing residents the opportunity to engage in significant research.


  • Mentorship by leading researchers

  • Maximum protected research time (up to three blocks over three years)

  • Research training workshops (grant writing and scientific writing)

  • Annual Resident Research Day



Teaching:

Residents in our program are very engaged in teaching — both formally through the Medical School, and informally through leading teaching events within our program. Additionally, residents have the opportunity to obtain more advanced training through The Essential of Clinical Teaching course.


GENERAL INFORMATION

Please refer to Supporting Documents for specifics on the required documentation. Documents submitted after the deadline will not be considered.


Key requirements for applications:


  • Completed CaRMS Application

  • Personal Statement

  • Personal CV

  • 3 Letters of Reference

  • Medical School Transcript

  • Medical School Progress Report (MSPR)

  • Proof of Medical Diploma (MD)

  • Others items relevant later in the process (e.g., photo, proof of citizenship/residence)


Items we neither require nor want:


  • CTU assessments

  • PDFs of publications

  • PDFs of certificates/diplomas/degrees


Check out our brochure.


FAQ

Please refer to our website for the answers to some frequently asked questions.


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