Acceptance to the BC Cancer MPRP is competitive. Graduation from a CAMPEP accredited graduate or certificate program in Medical Physics is required; PhDs are preferred. Candidates are expected to adhere to the professional code of ethics developed by the Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine (CCPM). Highly developed team work and interpersonal skills are required. In accordance with Canadian Employment and Immigration, preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada; however all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.
BC Cancer enrols in MedPhys Match National Matching Program and thus candidates must register with the program. Positions are posted annually on their website under "BC Cancer Medical Physics Residency Program", typically late in the calendar year (before December 1st) for July enrolment in the subsequent year. Application timelines are available on the MedPhys Match website. Details of available residency positions, their locations and the procedure for applying are normally posted on the COMP career website.
Candidates should complete their application for residency positions as follows:
1. Candidates must be enrolled in the MedPhys Match Program https://natmatch.com/medphys/
2. Candidates must then submit their application directly to the BC Cancer Medical Physics Residency Program
. BC Cancer does not participate in AAPM's MP-RAP program and candidates cannot apply through MP-RAP.
3. If more than one position is being offered, candidates should specify which position(s) they are applying for. Candidates are welcome to apply to more than one position.
For more information or general enquiries, please contact the Medical Physics Residency Program at email@example.com.
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