Summertime in Canada, although fleeting, is a time to take a break and recharge. No one is more deserving than our hard-working examinations committee (led by Kathy Chun) as well as the able Edmonton organizing team (steered by Stacey Hume) who flawlessly managed the complex logistics of administering the combined exam. In addition to being the inaugural cycle with the new exam format, this was a record year with 31 examinees in total over the two day written and objective structured laboratory examinations (OSLE). A 2016 Examination technical report will be posted on the CCMG-CCGM web site later this fall.
Due to the earlier timing of the examinations in June (prior to several candidates completing their training) we were unable to welcome, at the AGM, the candidates who passed as members, pending final credentialing. It is with great pleasure that I announce 15 future CCMG-CCGM members who passed their examinations: