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surgeon.gifA fellowship usually designates a period of training that includes specific academic requirements. The reasons for pursuing a fellowship may include the desire to develop special skills and interests in a subspecialty area or to pursue the opportunity to do further research and writing in preparation for an academic career.

Below are useful articles for finding a fellowship position. For an up to date list of available Canadian Orthopaedic Surgery Fellowships please visit the COA Orthopaedic Fellowship Directory . If you would like to add your orthopaedic fellowship, please email the details of your fellowship to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for consideration.

For those seeking a fellowship, the AAOS Postgraduate Orthopaedic Fellowship Directory also provides a listing of fellowships available in the USA. This is printed on a yearly basis. By purchasing this book, it also gives you access to the online fellowship directory.



Canadian Fellowships Listing by Program PDF Print E-mail

If you are interested in any of the Canadian Fellowships, please contact your preferred centres directly.

Last Updated on Friday, 14 November 2014 17:32
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Useful Resources for Finding Orthopaedic Fellowships PDF Print E-mail
The AAOS Postgraduate Orthopaedic Fellowship Directory provides a listing of all fellowships available. This is printed on a yearly basis. By purchasing this book, it also gives you access to the online fellowship directory.

The Combined Musculoskeletal Matching Program (CMMP) has a listing of all US orthopaedic fellowships that go through the match.

Those who are seeking an international fellowship, please look for information through the Global Orthopaedic Opportunities.

Below are links to several useful Orthopaedic Surgery Fellowship web sites listed by category.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 February 2008 12:33
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Canadian Medical Licensing Information PDF Print E-mail

The Medical Council of Canada and the local provincial licensing body, namely the College of Physicians and Surgeons of each individual province, govern the ability to practice medicine in Canada. The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada govern one's specialty status.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 September 2006 08:16
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