McGill University's Department of Emergency Medicine offers a 4th-year senior clerkship rotation for McGill medical students, as well as clinical electives for medical students from across with an interest in Emergency Medicine. Elective rotations are open to visiting students from medical schools across the globe. Students at McGill also host talks and workshops through interest groups such as the Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG) and the McGill Ultrasound Interest Group (MUSIG).
The Department of Emergency Medicine at McGill encompasses two residency training programs. The FRCPC program is a 5-year Royal College Emergency Medicine Specialist residency program, and the CCFP(EM) is a 1-year Enhanced Skills training program for Family Physicians, often completed after a 2-year Family Medicine residency. At McGill University, these two programs share training sites, as well as many clinical rotations, academic half-day teaching sessions, and simulation days.