Postgraduate Report

Reminder for FM residents/preceptors: Please email us regarding any changes to rotations. If you are on a leave related to COVID-19, you are required to report this leave to the FM Office ( Any questions you may have regarding leaves can be sent to the same email address.

For site directors and/or rotation preceptors/supervisors, please ensure your administrative staff reports any resident leaves or absences to the FM Office (

2023 Recruitment Update:  CaRMS interviews were hosted once again in a virtual format in 2023 and were a great success. This is always an exciting time of the year where we have an opportunity to show our enthusiasm and showcase our residency training program.  As a department, we interviewed at total of 531 (CMG/USMG/IMG) applicants – many excellent candidates. All of this was done virtually through Zoom and the postgraduate team would like to extend a sincere thank you to all staff, faculty, and residents who participated in the process. Your participation is essential to the recruitment process and we could not do it without you. Match day is March 22, 2023.

2023 Resident Awards: If you wish to nominate yourself for any of the awards or to nominate another resident, please visit the website for details on eligibility and nomination requirements.  All nomination letters and forms (where necessary) must be received by 4:00 pm on Friday, May 19, 2023.

Indigenous Family Medicine Resident Scholarship:  A self-application process by residents directly to the CFPC/FAFM with a deadline of 4:00 pm (ET) on April 19, 2023.   Please visit their website for more information.

Resident Graduation: We are excited to be able to host resident graduation in person this year on Friday, June 23 at The Great Hall.  Stay tuned for further detailed information coming your way regarding your RSVP in the next few months.

Completions: For residents completing the program in June 2023, keep in mind the requirements for completion of residency. To ensure there are no delays in receiving your family medicine certificate or CPSO license, please keep your one45 assessments, academic credits, field notes, and procedures up to date. 

Resident Wellness: The Family Medicine Postgraduate team encourages all to be aware of their role in supporting the health, mental health, and wellbeing of all those who are part of our Family Medicine program, especially given the pandemic and the option to participate in additional patient care above and beyond the training program. The Resident Wellness policy lists responsibilities of both Residents and Residency training program members:

Dr. Julie Copeland
Postgraduate Program Director