Shut out of CaRMS' first round, slighted 'Irish' Canadians stay abroad

Sullivan, Patrick
May 2002
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;5/28/2002, Vol. 166 Issue 11, p1450
Academic Journal
Reports that many Canadian international medical graduates are not taking part in the Canadian Resident Matching Service which assigns students to postgraduate training positions. How foreign students are not allowed to participate in the first iteration; Preference for positions in the U.S. where they can get their first choice; Plans of some foreign students to return to Canada.


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