From the Dean

Dean Trevor Young

MD, PhD, FRCPC, FCAHS

Training Flexible and Responsive Health Professionals

Three years ago, we created the Post MD Education Office in the Faculty of Medicine, bringing together Postgraduate Medical Education and Continuing Professional Development. This change was driven by the recognition that medical education is a continuum, and that trainees should experience it that way — not as a series of passages through disparate silos.

We've made good progress toward the goal of an integrated training experience, from the undergraduate MD Program through independent medical practice. Here, Professors Glen Bandiera and Suzan Schneeweis provide an update on these efforts in the Post MD Education Office.

Read the message from Professors Schneeweis and Bandiera.

Aug
15 – 17
Too Much Medicine Symposium 2018
Symposium | All day
Sep 14 Cardio-Rheumatology Scientific Day
Symposium | 9:30am–2:00pm
Sep 28 MyGOALS – Multi-disciplinary Gynecologic Oncology Annual Lecture Series
Lecture | 7:30am–4:45pm
Sep 28 Multi-disciplinary Gynecologic Oncology Annual Lecture Series (MyGOALS)
Lecture | 7:30am–4:45pm
Oct 16 – Jun 18
CPD Foundations
Workshop/Seminar | 12:00pm–1:30pm
Oct
22 – 25
Wilson Centre Atelier - Qualitative Research: An Introduction
Workshop/Seminar | 8:00am–5:00pm
Oct 26 Toronto Neurology Update
Conference | 7:00am–3:30pm

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