The program was established in 2006 to provide medical care in small northern Ontario communities facing a physician shortage and expose DFCM residents to the exciting and rewarding work available in northern Ontario.
This course offers the ability to be able to assess psychosocial issues as well as have an understanding of the main theories of counselling and psychotherapy.
The Advances in Labour and Risk Management course is a two-day course that offers case-based plenary sessions, hands-on workshop and comprehensive examination process.
This option permits individuals to meet personal objectives, yet fully satisfy the requirements for certification in family medicine.
This program aims to provide family medicine residents with formal teaching preparation to ensure a high-quality learning environment for our students, and to promote personal growth for our resident teachers.