Students can apply for a Montreal site or an affiliated rural site by completing the on-line registration form by the due date requested.
Request for changes
Flexibility for changes will be minimal. Advance warning is mandatory.
Call duty in Emergency Room may be part of the clerkship experience. On-call schedule covers evenings and weekends. In the remote areas, on-call duty is done according to local considerations.
Trainees can travel to most sites by bus or car. Depending on their base teaching site, each trainee receives a stipend to help pay for transportation costs. Stipends are paid by the site and mailed to trainees after the completion of their rotation (approximately 6 to 8 weeks).
For sites that can only be accessed by air, the flight is reserved and paid for by the site therefore, trainees will not receive any stipend for transportation.
Lodging is provided by the establishment (with a few exceptions). Trainees are boarded in shared apartments. Each student is provided with a furnished private bedroom with common shared gender neutral areas: bathroom, kitchen, living room.
Trainees receive a stipend for living expenses (ex. Meals). This amount is granted according to the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs parameters. Stipends are paid by the site and mailed to trainees after the completion of their rotation (approximately 6 to 8 weeks).