Welcome to the
Portal. Only trainees in good standing registered in the current
academic year have access to this site. Trainees will be able to enter
until the end date reflected on their training card.
You now can login using your Minerva Username and PIN. If you have
forgotten your PIN, please go to the McGill Minerva-Student link which
is found at:
Please note that any information you enter into the Minerva system takes
24 hours to update, as the information is "pushed" from the data entry
For more information, trainees should not hesitate to contact the
Program Coordinator responsible for their program:
To enter the site:
Login here through Banner "Sign In"
(What's new? Letters of Standing, etc)
Please download the latest
Adobe Acrobat reader to open Letters of Standing.
Changing Mail Address
(New E-Mail Instructions)
To update your mailing and e-mail addresses,
please go to the McGill
Minerva-Student link which is found at:
Please note that any information you enter
into the Minerva system takes 24 hours to update, as the information is
"pushed" from the data entry screens overnight.
We will be creating specialty-specific
listservs and will be using the McGill mail address. Please ensure
you have configured your e-mail correctly so that you can receive
important messages from your Program Director, from the FMRQ and from
Please note that trainees (except for pure Research Fellows) are
required to reapply for their training card each and every academic
year from the
Collège des médecins du Québec.
McGill ID card:
Newcomers to obtain your McGill ID card, please consult our McGill
ID section by clicking
Letter of Standing:
Trainees who are in good standing
(ie who hold a training card
(if applicable), are registered and have no outstanding fees)
will be able to generate a Letter of Standing for an academic year,
starting June 15 of one year. If you are not able to generate a
letter of standing, first please ensure you meet the above
conditions. If a problem persists, please contact the
responsible for your program.
**Please note that PGME letters of standing are not valid for
maintaining interest-free status with Aide financière aux études. For
details, contact the Scholarships and Student Aid Office at
MRES (One45) Evaluation System:
(To open form in PDF format
here): Your base hospital has asked McGill University to
assist in collecting this important document. Responsibility for
interpreting the medical data resides with the hospital. Returning
trainees who have already completed the process only need to fill out
the "TB" section and then to submit the form to their base hospital.
This is required of all McGill Residents and Fellows yearly in
order to be in good standing and registered,
in order to commence work and be paid.
To find out where you are based, please go to the
Resident ONLY site to view your Virtual Training Card.
Adult: Sonya Panzera, Residents Office - Royal
Victoria Hospital, 1001 Decarie Blvd., Room
E05.1310, Montreal, QC H4A 3J1 | Tel: 514-934-1934, 34387
Pediatric: Josee Warda, Residents Office - Montreal Children's Hospital,
1001 Decarie Blvd., Room B01.6245, Montreal, QC H4A 3J1 | | Tel: 514-412-4416 |
General Hospital: Mimi Katergaris, Jewish General Hospital,
3755 Cote Ste. Catherine, Room A-142, Montreal, QC H3T 1E2 | Tel:
514-340-8222, 5932 | Email:
- St. Mary's
Hospital Center: Ornella Cosentino, St. Mary's Hospital
Center, 3830 Lacombe Ave., Room 1311, Montreal, QC H3T 1M5 | Tel:
514-345-3511, 6628 | Email:
- CSSS de
Gatineau: Diane Nadon, CSSS de Gatineau, 500 boul. de
l'Hôpital, suite 202, Gatineau, QC J8V 2P5 | Tel: 819 966-6171, 3245
Jardins-Roussillon: Isabelle Lapierre, Unité de médecine
familiale Jardins-Roussillon, 200, boul. Brisebois, Châteauguay, QC
J6K 4W8 | Tel: 450-699-2425, 4620 | Email:
de la Vallée-de-l'Or: Sylvie Béchard, CSSS de la
Vallée-de-l'Or, 1265, boul. Forest, Val-d'Or, QC J9P 5H3 | Tel:
819-825-5858, 2471| | Email:
Residents and Fellows must register for the 2015-2016 academic year
between May 14 and June 15, 2015.
* IMPORTANT *
you must register in order to work as of July 1st and to
appear on One45 (online evaluation and scheduling system).
If you do not register by the
June 15th deadline, you will be charged a late registration
fee of $ 125.
Steps to register:
1) Go to the Residents Only portal:
http://www.medicine.mcgill.ca/postgrad/residentsonly.htm and then
click on Login here through
Banner “Sign in”.
2) Select the McGill Registration function (last one
on the list). Read the “Consent to the Release of Personal Information”
text and click “I agree” at the bottom of the page.
3) The screen shows your name, program, start date for
2015-2016, the number of weeks for which you need to be registered, and
the CRN (Course Reference Number) pertaining to your registration.
Write down your start date and
CRN as you will need them to register.
4) In the same screen, click on the Minerva Registration link.
This will open a new window and will bring you to a McGill
Minerva login page.
Enter your 9-digit McGill ID number and 6-character
PIN and click Login (contact the
Minerva Help Line at 514-398-7878 if you experience login problems).
6) At the top of the Minerva screen, select the
tab, and then Registration Menu.
7) Go straight to “Quick Add or Drop Course Sections” under “Step 2” and
use the CRN provided to you via the Residents Only portal.
term (yes FALL
2015 AND NOT
your CRN in the Quick Add box and then click “Submit Changes”.
order to complete your registration, you will be prompted to enter
your start date.
Once you are registered, in your Minerva registration
menu you will see the course appear with a status of “web registered”
and the date registered.
Once you have completed the registration steps, select the
Personal Menu tab at the top of the Minerva screen.
10) Update any information which is incorrect (e.g. home address). Please
note that you must indicate a current address in Minerva. You may
maintain your permanent address and also insert a local address by
selecting “mailing address”.
Please note that if you have any “holds” you need to clear these in order
to be able to register. Please follow the instructions in the Minerva
Registration menu in order to be in good standing with the university
and to be able to register yourself.
Residents and Fellows are able to work and be paid once they have
completed the following for the 2015-2016 academic year:
Have registered via Minerva.
Have obtained a training
card : http://www.cmq.org/en/EtudiantsResidents/CartesStages.aspx
Have completed and returned
the Immunization Record
to their base hospital (to open form in PDF format, click on:
And, if applicable, have a valid work permit
(Please check the expiry date on your work permit. If it expires
in the next 3 months, you are required to obtain a new work permit. If you have not
submitted the required documents, please email the Student Affairs
Administrator as soon as possible at
For more information, trainees should not hesitate to contact
the Residency Coordinator responsible for their program
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