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Academic Fellowship and Graduate Studies

DFCM's Academic Fellowship and Graduate Studies Program offers many opportunities for health care professionals at all levels to expand their knowledge and advance in their careers. Taught by leaders and experts in their field, our programs will help you become competitive for opportunities to grow and evolve your career.

About our programs

Add a new dimension to your career. Whether you want to focus on broadening your education and teaching skills, begin or advance your career in public health or become a primary care researcher or scholar, we have many courses and degrees to help you reach your goals.

Learn more about our academic fellowships and graduate courses

Our programs are flexible to meet your goals.

  • Grow your teaching skills and influence how the next generation of health professionals are taught. 

  • Improve the health of populations and communities by impacting the health system at the local, provincial and national level. 

  • Prepare for academic and scholarly leadership in primary care. 

  • Advance primary care research and scholarship.

Fellowships, certificates and individual courses

Take the next step. Whether it be a fellowship, a certificate, or an individual course, DFCM has a range of options to further your education and career.
May 31, 2022
Even in the midst of dark times, it is important to remember to celebrate the joyful moments that life brings to our extended community. Read more about our senior promotions and take upcoming opportunities to reconnect with each other, including our new strategic planning website, now live, and new events in June. 
Apr 26, 2022
This month, we are pleased to officially launch two exciting DFCM initiatives: Primary Matters, our strategic planning process; and New Horizons, a speaker series to inspire us to ‘dream big’ about the potential of primary care, family medicine and the role of our department.
Mar 24, 2022
As we emerge from the depths of winter, many of my patients have commented that this particular spring holds both anguish but also hope for a spring that is both literal and metaphorical. This time of year is one of transitions, often marked by shared reflection and ritual. This year, spring feels particularly poignant.