Enhanced Skills Program: Self-Directed PGY3

Self-Directed PGY3                        


In keeping with the Enhanced Skills Program goals and objectives, a Self-Directed Program must be focused on the development of skills and experiences that will help the resident meet the needs of populations where there is a gap in medical care. Presently, funding is directed to the following population needs: Adolescent Medicine and LGBTQ Health.


Those in a Self-Directed PGY3 Program should apply online (see link to application form at the bottom of this page). All applications should include:

  • Application form
  • Up-to-date CV
  • Letter of intent
  • Three (3) letters of reference (at least one reference should come from your Family Medicine Residency Site Director or Program Director).

Residents interested in pursuing a Self-Directed Enhanced Skills Program are encouraged to contact:

To Apply

Complete the application form and include a letter of intent, current CV and a copy of your medical degree.

Interview for the LGBTQ Health program will be held on November 21, 2019 at Sherbourne Health Centre.