Only certain medical international credentials or documents are eligible for source verification. Canadian credentials are not eligible for source verification.
The final medical degree or diploma is an official document issued by your medical school or university confirming that you have graduated in medicine.
The degree or diploma submitted must:
The final medical school transcript is an official complete record of your medical education and is issued by your medical school.
The transcript must:
The internship document is an official record confirming that you have successfully completed a period of clinical medical training. This period of training involves direct responsibility for patient care and treatment, and is not necessarily specific to one discipline.
The internship document must:
Note: A clerkship is not an internship, because in a clerkship the supervisor has the direct responsibility for patient care and treatment. Therefore, clerkship documents are not eligible for source verification.
The postgraduate training document is an official record confirming that you have successfully completed a period of postgraduate clinical medical training. This type of training is usually done after you have received your medical degree or diploma.
The postgraduate training document must:
The specialty certificate is an official document confirming that you have obtained certification as a specialist in a particular branch of medicine. This is earned by completing the certifying examination process for that specialty.
The specialty certificate must:
We do not require the back (overleaf) of specialty certificates.
If your specialty certificate does not indicate the discipline, you may be asked to provide additional information.
A medical licence or proof of registration is an official document issued by a medical regulatory authority confirming your registration or licensure to practise medicine.
The medical licence or proof of registration must: