Previous articles have dealt with aspects of training in Canada (Green, 1985), and in particular arrangements that exist for UK trainees to undertake a year's experience in Nova Scotia (Munro et al 1987). In addition, there have been accounts of trainees' experiences in particular settings (Ferguson, 1989; Gojo, 1992). Procedures required to enter Canada to practise psychiatry are complex and involve general and specialist medical registration (licensure to practise and certification as a specialist), remuneration and immigration procedures. This article is an introductory guide and highlights recent changes in registration and postgraduate training.
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