CAREER DEVELOPMENT

PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES

The CFD provides a number of programs and supports intended to enhance skills in health professions teaching, education, education research, and academic leadership. View our summary of the CFD’s full menu of programs to determine which may best meet your needs. For more details on each program click the title(s) in the blue column.
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Faculty development for career development includes a range of activities and resources, including mentoring, career planning, and understanding the processes for recognition and promotion within the organizations and institutions in which faculty work. Faculty wellness is a component of career development with an overall aim of career success and fulfillment.

Workshops

Workshops are devoted to the enhancement of teaching skills as well as mentoring, career development, scholarship in education and leadership. Anyone involved in the teaching of health professional is eligible to register. Workshops are free for faculty in the Faculty of Medicine (FoM), University of Toronto (UofT) and for employees of St. Michael’s Hospital (SMH). If you are not a faculty member in the FoM, UofT or a St. Michael’s Hospital employee, but are active in the teaching of health professionals, a fee of $50 will apply.

Our workshops meet the accreditation criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and have been accredited for 3.5 MAINPRO-M1 credits per each workshop (unless otherwise noted). Workshops have also been approved as an Accredited Group Learning Activity under Section 1 of the Framework of CPD options for the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada - 3.5 hours per workshop (unless otherwise noted).

Registration is required.

Upcoming Workshops Past Workshops

LATE CAREER PLANNING WORKING GROUP

This group is working to identify key issues relating to late career planning and retirement for academic physicians. Data obtained from a faculty survey and focus groups will inform the development of a number of resources for faculty in this career stage.