interventions. The Postgraduate Program provides eclectic training experiences in an academic environment, which is flexible and geared to help trainees achieve their goals.For the past 65 years, McGill University's Department of Psychiatry has been at the cutting edge of development in neuroscience, diagnostic methods and therapeutic
Residents have a wide array of elective opportunities with a high faculty to resident ratio. In addition, there are numerous opportunities to carry out research projects half- or full-time during elective rotations.
The McGill Department of Psychiatry is fortunate to have a large number of excellent clinicians, teachers and researchers with diverse areas of interest. The University asks that residents rotate through a number of training sites in order to be exposed to different role models and different subspecialties within psychiatry.
Ms. Chrisoula Patoucheas,
Senior Administrative and Student Affairs Coordinator
Tel: 514 398 7294
Mr Jamie Lamontagne,
Student Affairs Coordinator
Tel: 514 398 2958
Postgraduate Education, Department of Psychiatry
McGill University, Irving Ludmer Psychiatry Research and Training Building
1033 Pine Avenue, West - Room 105/106
Montreal, QC, H3A 1A1
Fax: 514 398 4370
Email: residency.psychiatry [at] mcgill.ca