How long is an integrated Interventional Radiology?

five years
The Interventional Radiology Integrated Residency Program (IRI residency) is composed of an internship and five years of IR training. Training is identical to the diagnostic radiology residency (DR) training for the first three years.

How do I become an interventional radiologist in Canada?

Applicants must have a medical degree and specialty diploma (Radiology) or be completing an accredited residency program in diagnostic radiology to be eligible for licensure in Canada.

Is Interventional Radiology a lifestyle specialty?

What my lifestyle is like in interventional radiology: The lifestyle is significantly better than expected, especially for a proceduralist. My call schedule, work hours and workload are all very well balanced.

Do IR fellowships still exist?

The ACGME completed an IR residency training curriculum in 2014, detailing a six-year integrated IR training pathway/residency and terminating the IR fellowship in 2020.

How long does it take to become a interventional radiologist?

Interventional radiologists must graduate from an accredited medical school, pass a licensing examination, and complete at least five years of graduate medical education (residency). In addition, interventional radiologists have several different paths to board certification.

Are radiologists in demand in Canada?

Canadian radiologists are performing more imaging exams than ever before. Along with the increasing demand for radiology, there will also be growing workforce demands in several subspecialties: mammography, interventional radiology, cardiac imaging, neuroradiology, and pediatric radiology.

How many IR residencies are there?

Interventional Radiology – Integrated Residency Positions in California (CA) There are 9 Interventional Radiology – Integrated programs in California.