December 12 2017

FMRQ’s media campaign

The FMRQ’s media campaign about the role and the contribution of medical residents is ending this week. Between November 23 and December 12, three articles and three ads were published in all the dailies of Groupe Capitales Médias in these newspapers and their website :  Le Soleil, Le Droit, La Tribune, Le Nouvelliste, La Voix de l’Est et le Quotidien/Progrès Dimanche. In The Montreal Gazette, an ad was published On December 9 and an article was published on December 12 in the newspaper as well as on The Gazette website. An ad and an article were published on December 9 in La Presse and on December 12 in La Presse +.

December 04 2017

Don’t miss FMRQ’s 23rd edition of the Outside Quebec Career Day on February 22, 2018

The 23rd edition of the Outside Quebec Career Day, organized by the FMRQ, will be held on Thursday February 22, 2018 at Centre Mont-Royal in Montreal. The Day is a fantastic opportunity for Quebec residents to discover new career options with recruiters from establishments from the rest of Canada, USA and even elsewhere. 

November 22 2017

Excelsior Awards 2018

The Fédération des médecins résidents du Québec is now launching the nomination process for the 2018 Excelsior Awards, to underscore medical residents’ involvement in their workplace and training environment. The jury will give preference to projects that have a positive impact on nominees’ own community and the medical community, and those offering the prospect of enhancing medical residents’ health and wellness.

October 30 2017

La FMRQ dénonce l’adoption du projet de loi n° 130

Cette nouvelle loi centralise davantage vers le Ministre non seulement les pouvoirs de décision des grandes orientations, mais également l’allocation des ressources médicales dans chacun des établissements de santé.

October 10 2017

Research Grants

The Fédération des médecins résidents du Québec gives the possibility to all medical residents to submit projects to its Grant program for research projects on postgraduate medical education. Each project is evaluated on merit, but also on the basis of the budget required for its implementation. Residents submitting a project must be supervised by a staff physician or a research team. Maximum funding per research project is $10,000. Recipients must provide progress reports, as well as a justification of expenditures during the course of the project. Projects must be submitted by November 1, 2017 for the first review session; and by April 1st, for the second review session. Reviews for the fall 2017 competition will be sent by January 30, 2018, and by June 15 for the spring 2018 competition.

September 25 2017

The new detailed prescription drug invoice from your pharmacy

Since September 15, 2017, your pharmacy’s prescription drug invoice will be more transparent. It will show the following : 

September 24 2017

Book therapy

100 small ways to quit worrying: your bedside read for the month!

September 18 2017


The ALDO-Québec information session, provided by the Collège des médecins du Québec, is mandatory for all residents. It provides information about the legal, ethical and organizational aspects of medical practice in Quebec.  If you haven’t participated in an ALDO-Québec information session, you won’t receive your permit to practice.

September 18 2017

Interdisciplinary Education Day (JFI)

On Friday and Saturday, November 17 and 18, 2017, the FMSQ will be holding the 10th edition of its Interdisciplinary Education Day (JFI). Exceptionally, the event will be held over two days, at Montreal’s Palais des congrès convention centre, and in several simulation centres.

July 25 2017


The FMRQ delegates elected the members of the FMRQ Board of Directors for 2017-2018 last month. Here is the list of your elected officials.

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