McGill Postgraduate Medical Education welcomes applications from medical doctors who wish to apply for an accredited residency program or for a post-residency fellowship. The learning experience inherent to the clinical training offered should prepare the trainees to perform as clinical teachers in an academic milieu, to provide high quality medical services to their community as members of the Health Care Team, and will expose them to a rich research environment.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is defined as the education of physicians following completion of formal training. It is composed of all education related directly to professional activities which will assist physicians in carrying out their professional responsibilities more effectively.
As Canada’s leading research university, McGill is world-renowned for its scientific pursuits. At the Faculty of Medicine and across its network of affiliated institutions, McGill researchers are pushing the boundaries to better understand, treat and overcome disease, and to help Quebecers and all society enjoy longer and healthier lives. The Faculty today counts over 2000 Investigators, 1100 Graduate Students, 600 Postdoctoral Fellows and 800 Residents. The Graduate Studies Office acts as liaison between the University’s central postdoctoral office and the broad range of graduate programs under the Faculty’s purview that span Medicine, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Nursing and Speech Pathology.