Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry Postgraduate Medicine
The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University has a long tradition of excellence, beginning with the founding of the medical school in 1881 and continuing with the formation of the dental school in 1964. The two schools merged in 1997, becoming the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry in 2005 in recognition of a $26 million donation from Seymour Schulich, which supports annual scholarships for medicine, dentistry, and graduate students. In 2008, the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry - Windsor Campus opened, in partnership with the University of Windsor and Windsor-area hospitals.
Our Mission is to provide outstanding education within a reasearch-intensive, distributed learning environment where tomorrow's physicians, dentists, health researchers, and other scholars learn to be socially resposnbile leaders in the advancement of human health locally, regionally, and globally.
Our Vision is to be a global leader in optimizing life-long health through innovations in research, education, and active engagement with our communities.
Postgraduate training programs range from two to seven years, with the opportunity for fellowships following residency. The usual route of entry for graduates of Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) accredited medical schools and Canadian Citizens & permanent residents who are graduates of non-LCME accredited schools is through the Canadian Residency Matching Service (CaRMS). Postgraduate Medicine will have 187 PGY1 entry positions available for the current year CaRMS Match.
Postgraduate Medicine at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry offers a variety of fellowship opportunities of varying lengths. Fellowships are available to those trainees enrolled in a Royal College specialty or subspecialty program (including programs designated as accreditation without certification) or an accredited program of the CFPC, who are gaining an educational experience beyond certification requirements.
As part of our international outreach, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry also trains internationally sponsored residents and fellows in a variety of our specialty programs.
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