October 12, 2016 • Written in APLjobs.ca Medical Students Resident Physicians 0 Comments

• Written by Jonathan Koch

Western Canada is coming to Ireland! Join our team in Dublin and discover why the West is a wonderful place to live, work and call home. 

Register now to attend upcoming information students for practising physicians and Canadian medical students in Ireland:

Irish Physicians: Learn about opportunities in Western Canada

Come and discover why Western Canada is a wonderful place to live, work and call home. Stop by the Western Canada exhibit and learn about the opportunities awaiting you and your family as a General Practitioner.

18-19 October 2016

Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin, IE

Check out the IMCF website for details »

Irish and Canadian Medical Students Information Session

Canadian Medical Students Abroad (CMSAs) are invited to learn more about CaRMS match options and match success, future practice opportunities and workforce planning in Western Canada presented by representatives of the four Western Canadian provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba). This session has been organized with the cooperation of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI).

Date and Time: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 18:00

Location: RCSI, 123 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

Dublin Physician Information Session: Register now!

If you are a fully licensed physician (GP or Specialist) trained and practicing in Ireland and you are interested in practicing in Western Canada, come and meet our team in Dublin, Ireland.  We can discuss the medical licensing and immigration requirements as well as how to obtain a post that meets your needs.

Physician Information Session (Dublin)

SIGN UP NOW TO GUARANTEE YOURSELF A PLACE AT OUR FREE DUBLIN INFORMATION SESSION.

DATE: Tuesday, October 18, 2016

TIME: 7.00PM - 9.00PM

LOCATION: Cedar Suite, Ballsbridge Hotel, Pembroke RD, Dublin 4, Ireland

PRESENTERS: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba

Click here to register! »

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