The National Review Course (NRC) in Emergency Medicine at Queen's University has been helping prepare candidates for the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada EM certification examinations since 2002. Drawing on the expertise of an outstanding faculty of emergency physicians from across Canada, the course reviews high-yield core topics in the discipline, with a focus on current evidence-based practice. In addition to interactive plenary presentations, an essential and highly-rated element of the course is the opportunity for registrants to enhance their exam-taking skills and further augment their clinical learning through participation in a series of practice oral examinations, with real-time feedback on performance from faculty and peers.
This year's program will consist of 3 ½ days of Q &A and 1 ½ days of practice orals. All presentations will be sent out in advance to preview prior to the start of the course. You will have the opportunity to be examined by faculty members from across the country and you will be able to observe how other residents approach their oral exams.
September 19-23, 2022
All programming will be provided virtually. Learners will receive presentations to watch in advance of the scheduled dates. The synchronous programming will all be presented via Zoom. Please note that all times are in EST.
Approach to the Oral Exam
Canadian Registrants: $900 CAD
International Registrants: $1800 CAD
Cancellations and Refunds Policy
If you need to cancel your registration, refunds less a $75 cancellation fee are available until July 15, 2022