CFD`s primary concern is the health and safety of its staff, faculty and community as we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation. After much consultation and on the advice of our federal and provincial governments, we have made the difficult but important decision to postpone all in person programming until further notice.
We are continuing to host our BPER rounds virtually and are accepting registrations for our fall programs.
We will continue to keep you updated as we navigate this uncertain time.
CFD is pleased to share a list of resources for virtual teaching and learning. This list includes quick tips and technological tools to get started with virtual teaching and education. Virtual Teaching & Learning
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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The TLC Program is a 6 module teaching skills program for multi-professional clinicians in healthcare. The 6 modules are offered as part of the Education Scholars Program curriculum as well as part of the Centre’s workshop series. Due to the popularity of TLC, the Centre has developed a workshop to train past TLC participants to teach the program – a capacity building approach.
In 2005, the CFD established awards to recognize excellence in faculty development programming and teaching in the Faculty of Medicine (FoM), University of Toronto (UofT). Nominations are open to faculty members in the FoM, UofT.
There will be a maximum of 2 awards given each year. Please note that this does not mean 2 awards will be given in each category but rather 2 awards given from across all 3 categories. The 3 award categories are:
Established in 2011, the Faculty Development Leads Committee brings together a growing number of local faculty development leads (at a departmental, hospital, program or Faculty level).
This committee is evolving as a 'community of practice' for faculty developers and aims to provide a forum for the sharing of new ideas and practices in faculty development, peer mentorship and collaborative learning about the practices and impact of faculty development.