What are possible exceptions to the All In Policy?
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- Rural Scholars Programs: Students commit to an enriched MS-4 year that focuses on rural health issues and tracks into primary care residency at the institution.
- Family Medicine Accelerated Programs: Students graduate medical school in three years and make an early commitment to Family Medicine at the institution.
- Innovative Programs: Students recruited into programs that address a compelling public interest and differ qualitatively from traditional undergraduate medical education curricula.
- Military appointees to civilian programs: Positions reserved for applicants placed in civilian training programs as part of the Joint Service Graduate Medical Education Selection Board, or Military Match, based on pre-existing arrangements between the civilian programs and military branch GME offices. Applicants who are provided funding by their military branch but not placed through the Military Match process into a civilian training program do not quality for exceptions to the All In Policy. Those positions must be filled through the Match, and programs can create special tracks for military funded applicants in the R3 system.
- Post-SOAP® positions: Positions created by programs at the conclusion of the Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program® for partially-matched applicants who need either a PGY-1 or PGY-2 position to achieve a full course of training.
- Off-cycle appointments: Positions becoming available after the Match opens in September and for which training will begin prior to February 1 in the year of the Match. If training will begin after January 31, the position must be filled through the Match.