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Many Princess Margaret physicians and health care professionals contribute to and take leadership roles in local, national and international continuing education initiatives with provincial agencies, professional associations, academic institutions and other hospitals and organizations.
The Radiation Medicine Program offers a 1-2 week Observership Program for practicing radiation oncologists, physicists and radiation therapists to broaden their medical knowledge. Visit and observe clinical activities within the Radiation Medicine Program at the Princess Margaret.
Radiation Medicine's Accelerated Education Program (AEP) aims to accelerate the mobilization and translation of knowledge into practice. Courses offer unique opportunities to acquire the knowledge, skills, and strategies to implement the course principles into radiotherapy practice.
Princess Margaret offers fully accredited learning experiences for health care professionals in partnership with the University of Toronto's Office of Continuing Education and Professional Development.
de Souza Institute helps health care professionals obtain the specialized skills needed to guide and help cancer patients throughout their journey. The de Souza Nursing Designation is the latest standard in cancer care nursing excellence.
Princess Margaret provides specialized education within specific disease site groups. See the Education & Professional Development page for each site group for more details.