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Annual Checklist for MEP Students

Year One (incoming students)
  1. Return signed Offer of Admission to the MEP by email to jcabanat@ryerson.ca by June 1st. 
  2. You will receive an invitation to sign up for an academic advising appointment time with the Program Manager during the month of June. It is important to submit your signed offer to the program prior to this appointment. Upon receipt of the invitation, you will be able to sign up and will receive a calendar invitation and a zoom link.
  3. Review transfer credit information in the Policy & Information Handbook. Do not submit transfer credit applications until after you have completed an advising appointment.
  4. You will receive an Orientation package by email in the Summer which will include the following three forms. Complete the forms and submit via email to Julie Cabanatan at jcabanat@ryerson.ca:
    • photo consent form
    • student declaration of insurance
    • student information form (due early August, once Ryerson ID is available)
  5. Students should also consult the Ryerson website for new students which offers detailed information and resources for new students on important steps such as:

a.  Activating your online identity and Ryerson mail     

b. Applying for your Ryerson OneCard 

c. Tuition, fees, and applying for OSAP 

d. Course enrollment 

e. Frequently Asked Questions for students new to Ryerson

Other helpful resources are The Student Guide that summarizes the policies, fees, procedures and services you’ll need to know as a Ryerson student and the Undergraduate Calendar, the official source for Ryerson program and course information, academic information and policies, and significant dates. The ServiceHub is Ryerson’s one-stop shop for questions about Ryerson.

Year Two (year of entry into Normal Childbearing if part time)
  1. Submit a complete Placement Requirements Record with supporting documentation to the MEP Office in hard copy in one envelope by November 15th. Incomplete packages will not be processed and will be returned.
  2. Purchase a headset to attend clinical tutorials. 
  3. Note that due to the lottery, students in Winter Normal Childbearing (NC) will be enrolled in the course in the first week of December and students in Spring/Summer Normal Childbearing will be enrolled in the first week of April. This may impact students on OSAP who should consult the Student Financial Assistance Office
  4. complete the Occupational Health & Safety Awareness Training.

Keep originals of all documents in case they are required during your clinical placement. Completion of the Placement Requirements Record is mandatory to participate in clinical placements. If practice requirements are incomplete by the deadline for submission, entry to clinical activities will be delayed.

Year Three (year of entry into Advanced Clinical Skills I/II if part time)
  1. Attend web-conference on orientation to 3rd year courses. You will receive an invitation to participate via your Ryerson email (Date TBD due to COVID-19)
  2. Complete and submit the Request for Interprofessional Placements I & II form which will be sent to your Ryerson email (TBD due to COVID-19)
  3. Register for ALARM upon receipt of email from the MEP with instructions
  4. Submit a complete Placement Requirements Record with supporting documentation to martha.sharpe@ryerson.ca by August 15th. Incomplete packages will not be processed and will be returned. Due to COVID-19, all placement requirements will be valid for 1 year past their current expiry date. Please refer to “Placement Requirements During COVID-19”.

Keep originals of all documents in case they are required during your clinical placement. Completion of the Placement Requirements Record is mandatory to participate in clinical placements. If practice requirements are incomplete by the deadline for submission, entry to clinical activities will be delayed.

Year Four (graduation year if part time)
  1. Submit a complete Placement Requirements Record with supporting documentation to martha.sharpe@ryerson.ca by August 15th. Incomplete packages will not be processed and will be returned. Due to COVID-19, all placement requirements will be valid for 1 year past their current expiry date. Please refer to “Placement Requirements During COVID-19
  2. Register to take the CMRE exam (usually before mid-March for the May exam)
  3. Get organized to register with the CMO.
  4. Apply to graduate!
  5. CMRE [PDF]

Keep originals of all documents in case they are required during your clinical placement. Completion of the Placement Requirements Record is mandatory to participate in clinical placements. If practice requirements are incomplete by the deadline for submission, entry to clinical activities will be delayed.

July 6 Interprofessional Placements I & Midwifery Placements TBD

October 29 - CMRE Location TBD