Dr. Regina Husa named Associate Dean, Postgraduate Medical Education and Professional Affairs

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Dr. Leon Tourian appointed Assistant Dean, Postgraduate Medical Education

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Postgraduate Medical Education at McGill

As part of Canada’s oldest and most renowned medical school, McGill’s Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME) Office is committed to providing a rich multicultural and bilingual learning environment where all trainees can become accomplished physicians and surgeons.

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Welcoming a new cohort of medical residents

The Faculty of Medicine recently welcomed 230 new residents, marking the beginning of their postgraduate training at Montreal area hospitals, clinics and across the McGill’s RUIS.

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2019 McGill PGME Program Director Leadership Award

Congratulations to Dr. Leon Tourian, PGME Program Director, Department of Psychiatry who is recognized for his outstanding commitment to enhancing residency education and driving ongoing innovation to improve the program. The award honours Dr. Tourian who is proud to teach

Residency Programs

The McGill Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME) Office offers a variety of postgraduate training opportunities. Our residency programs consist of specialty and subspecialty programs fully accredited by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the College of Family Physicians of Canada.

Our Programs

Competency Based Medical Education

Residency training programs are transforming their teaching and assessment practices to a model of competency-based medical education (CBME) in response to societal and patient needs. Various strategies and approaches are underway at McGill in the implementation of CBME.

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Fellowship Programs

The Postgraduate Medical Education Office offers clinical and clinical research fellowship programs for recognized specialists or family physicians.

Program Details & Choices

 Specialty and subspecialty accredited programs

 Specialized clinical and clinical research training

Competency-based medical education (CBME) promotes greater learner-centeredness for residents and fellows, potentially allowing greater flexibility in the time required for training.

The WELL Office is dedicated to supporting learners throughout their training by creating, promoting and sustaining a culture of wellness and resilience within the learning environment.

Visit the Resident Portal for McGill Registration, Seminar & Workshop Registration, Virtual Training Cards, Letters of Standing and Job Offers and/or McGill Support Letters.

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