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2010 APPIC Match Statistics

for Applicants from Canadian Schools and Programs in Canada

February 22, 2010


The number of applicants from Canadian schools who participated in the APPIC Match this year increased by 4 (3%) to 134, while the number of positions in Canada decreased by 8 (6%) to 121. A total of 34 applicants from Canadian schools were not matched to an internship position, while 11 Canadian positions remain unfilled.

Here are the changes in numbers of applicants from Canadian schools and positions in Canada as compared to the 2009 APPIC Match:

Applicants: Registered for the Match
-2
  (-1%)
  Withdrew or did not submit ranks
-6
  (-43%)
  Matched
-12
  (-11%)
  Unmatched
+16
  (+89%)
   

   
Positions: Offered in the Match
-8
  (-6%)
  Filled
-2
  (-2%)
  Unfilled
-6
  (-35%)



APPLICANTS FROM CANADIAN SCHOOLS

PARTICIPATION
Applicants Registered in the Match 142
Applicants Who Withdrew or Did Not Submit Ranks 8
Applicants Participating in the Match
(includes 0 individuals who participated in the Match as a "couple")
134

MATCH RESULTS
Applicants Matched
100 (75%)
To Canadian Programs
90 (90%)
To U.S. Programs
10 (10%)
Participating Applicants Not Matched
34 (25%)

RANKINGS
Average Number of Rankings Submitted Per Applicant:
Matched Applicants 6.4
Unmatched Applicants 3.8
Overall 5.7


INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS IN CANADA

PARTICIPATION
Training Sites Participating in the Match 33
Programs Participating in the Match 55
Positions Offered in the Match 121

MATCH RESULTS
Positions
Filled in the Match 110 (91%)
Remaining Unfilled 11 (9%)
Programs
Filled in the Match 48 (87%)
With Unfilled Positions 7 (13%)
NOTE: 1 program at 1 site submitted fewer ranks than the number of positions available. As a result, no ranks were submitted for 4 positions, which remained unfilled.

POSITIONS FILLED
Positions Filled by Applicants from Canadian Schools 90 (82%)
Positions Filled by Applicants from non-Canadian Schools 20 (18%)