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Welcome to the ERAS 2019 Season

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the ERAS 2019 application season! September cycle programs now have access to application materials. Please ensure that everyone at your institution who requires access to the Program Director’s Workstation (PDWS) has the appropriate privileges. You can assign these by going to Manage Users under the Setup tab.

  • Anyone who had either an “Active” and “Verified” status last season are automatically granted the same access this season.
  • If a user has left your program, please be sure to “Revoke” their PDWS role.

We have refreshed the ERAS 2019 Updates , which highlights what’s new for the current season. This includes a summary of statistics (about the ERAS 2018 season and SOAP®) presented at numerous specialty meetings this past spring.

ERAS staff will be presenting a series of webinars for PDWS users over the next few months. Please register for those that interest you using the links below.

Ask ERAS! Q&A Session
Training participants will have the ability to submit questions for the ERAS team to address.
Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 1 p.m. ET
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 1 p.m. ET
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at 1 p.m. ET

More News and Announcements

Emergency Medicine Community to Participate in Second Year of Video Interview Pilot

Understanding Unconscious Bias in Residency Recruitment

Pediatric Cardiology (Pediatrics) - New Recruitment Cycle

Pediatric Hematology/Oncology(Pediatrics) - New Recruitment Cycle

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Upcoming Dates

October 1

Medical School Performance Evaluations (MSPEs) are released to residency programs.

*MSPEs can be uploaded at any time and are sent to all programs an applicant applies to, but are not visible to ACGME- and AOA-accredited residency programs until October 1, 2018.

Quick Resources

Looking for ERAS data?
Check the ERAS Statistics page for current and historical data about applicants and applications.

Looking for training resources?
Webinar recordings, tutorials, job aids, and the user guide are available through the ERAS Community site.

Understanding Unconscious Bias in Residency Recruitment
Unconscious bias may have a significant impact on the medical residency application process. Learn More

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