Who determines what constitutes a violation?

The new Match Violations Policy provides enhanced clarity around the violations process, including clear examples of what actions could constitute violations, as well as a range of possible sanctions and notifications in line with the severity of the offence. This policy, including the list of violations, was developed by a joint committee including representation from learner organizations (CFMS, FMEQ, RDoC and FMRQ), the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC), and CaRMS, to ensure that those most directly affected by the match violations process had a direct role in shaping it. 

CaRMS’ Violations Review Committee, composed of the Executive Committee of the CaRMS Board of Directors, investigates and adjudicates reported violations in accordance with the directives outlined in the Match Violations Policy.

For further information: https://www.carms.ca/mvp/


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