This longitudinal leadership development program for health professional educators fosters academic excellence, creativity and scholarly productivity in education. The program builds capacity by enhancing competence in education leadership, scholarship, curriculum and teaching thus facilitating opportunities for advancement. Each Education Scholars Program (ESP) cohort experiences a uniquely designed curriculum that is structured to adapt to the specific needs of the Scholars, sponsoring departments and the current educational environment.
The ESP is a leadership development program for educators of health professionals. The purpose of ESP is to:
Our program goals are to support and enable the success of health professional and health science faculty/staff in their many roles as educators. These roles include being an education leader, scholar and teacher as well as a faculty developer who supports their colleagues in their educational work. Curriculum Goals are to create:
As the ESP embraces an evolving curriculum design model, each cohort experiences a curriculum that is uniquely designed and adapts to the needs of the Scholars, sponsoring departments and the current education environment.
Unique aspects of the program include:
The program is eligible for up to 4 course credits in the Masters in Community Health Science - Health Professions Teaching Education at the University of Toronto.
In addition to weekly class preparation, scholars complete assignments over the course of the two year program. As an applied program all course work and assignments are directly relevant to participants' educational practices.
Individuals in educator roles within the Faculty of Medicine and other health professions.
Tuition fees and protected time for our 2016-2018 cohort are:
In addition, Scholars are supported to be free from work commitments to attend each Tuesday from 12:30-5:00 pm.