Application Service for Podiatric Residencies
The Central Application Service
for Podiatric Residencies (CASPR) is a national, centralized
application processing and computerized matching service for the
placement of podiatric medical school graduates into podiatric
medical and surgical residency programs. This program of
residency selection has been serving both applicants and
residency program directors and faculty since 1976.
The Centralized Residency
Interview Program (CRIP) is a centralized gathering of residency
candidates and podiatric resident selection committees at one
time and one place for the purpose of interviewing. CRIP saves
time and money for both applicants and hospital programs. CRIP
takes place in January in Frisco, TX.
CRIP Notes - real-time updates and
call back lists from CRIP (available during CRIP)