Our UHN programs and services are among the most advanced in the world. We have grouped our physicians, staff, services and resources into 10 medical programs to meet the needs of our patients and help us make the most of our resources.
University Health Network is a health care and medical research organization in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The scope of research and complexity of cases at UHN has made us a national and international source for discovery, education and patient care.
Our 10 medical programs are spread across eight hospital sites – Princess Margaret, Toronto General, Toronto Rehab’s five sites, Toronto Western – as well as our education programs through the Michener Institute of Education at UHN. Learn more about the services, programs and amenities offered at each location.
Maps & Directions
Find out how to get to and around our nine locations — floor plans, parking, public transit, accessibility services, and shuttle information.
Ways You Can Help
Being touched by illness affects us in different ways. Many people want to give back to the community and help others. At UHN, we welcome your contribution and offer different ways you can help so you can find one that suits you.
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Training more than 450 fellows each year from more than 55 different countries, The Michener Institute of Education at UHN has a large and comprehensive Fellowship program, spanning an impressive variety of clinical sub-specialties across the hospital network's clinical and research portfolio.
A clinical fellowship is an opportunity for a physician to obtain advanced training and/or to acquire more specialized expertise not normally acquired during residency training. Clinical fellows must be recognized specialists or family physicians.
As short-term educational experience which does not lead to specialist recognition by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC), a clinical fellowship on its own is not a pathway to permanent practice as a specialist in Ontario.
Post-Graduate Medical Education webpage for more information about Fellowship Programs.
Visit the Post-Graduate Medical Education office for more information on
how to apply for Awards and Scholarships.
As a Michener Institute of Education at UHN PGME Alumni, you join a network of thousands of learners around the world! Stay connected with us and alumni learners and learn about new programs, opportunities and Alumni benefits at The Michener Institute of Education at UHN!
To apply for a fellowship at The Michener Institute of Education at UHN, you must contact the Fellowship Director/Coordinator listed through the Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME) website. Each program will have specific requirements.
Upon successfully receiving an offer letter, you will be contacted by the PGME office with
resources for new trainees for key resources such as the PGME orientation manual, an overview of PGME and Life at UofT can be found.
Upon receiving your PGME registration confirmation, please follow those steps to complete your
PG registration at UHN.
Check out the
FAQs for more information.
For further inquiries, please contact:
In collaboration with SickKids since 2015, Caring Safely represents UHN’s commitment to safety, by reducing preventable harm to zero for each other, our patients and their caregivers through an organization-wide transformation. Caring Safely has been working closely with you to reduce preventable harm.
As outlined in the PGME registration requirement, full immunization record and mask fit to be completed and signed by a clinic, health centre, or health care professional other than yourself. New trainees will have three months to acquire their mask fit test at the hospital of their first rotation. Visit
PGME Registration for more information.
Scrubs and pager forms must be picked up at the UHN Medical Education department located at:TGH: 200 Elizabeth Street, Eaton Wing, Ground-001, 0800-1600TWH: The MedWest Building, 750 Dundas Street West, 3rd floor, Room 305, 0800-1600
Further information can be found outlined in the
PGME registration instructions.
The Michener Institute of Education at UHN encompasses teaching and learning at four hospitals– Princess Margaret, Toronto General and Toronto Western hospitals, and the five campuses of Toronto Rehab – as well as 10 full-time programs at the School of Applied Health Sciences at the St. Patrick Campus. Visit
UHN Locations for more information on services, programs and amenities offered at each location.
UHN Shuttle Service A free
shuttle service runs between Toronto Western and Toronto General Hospitals Monday through Friday.
Here you will find
Assessment Guidelines for Clinical Fellows.
The Pre-Entry Assessment Program (PEAP) is an assessment process that evaluates International Medical Graduates (IMG) to determine whether they can function at the appointed level of training. It is normally between 4 and 12 weeks long (2 weeks for elective appointments). The assessment will take place in a supervised clinical, multidisciplinary environment where there is patient input on an ongoing basis. Assessors are to ensure that the candidate: is mentally competent to practice medicine; is able to practice with decency, integrity and honesty in accordance with the law; has sufficient knowledge, skill and judgment to engage in postgraduate medical training as authorized by the educational license; can communicate effectively; and displays an appropriate professional attitude.
The Fellowship PEAP must provide assessment of the candidate’s general knowledge and competency in the specialty in which she/he is certified, and appropriate for practice in the discipline in which the candidate is entering fellowship training.
Unless the Program Director indicates otherwise, the PEAP period for Clinical Fellows will not add to the original fellowship appointment. In other words, the PEAP candidate is able to count educational activity during the PEAP towards the fulfillment of the educational goals and objectives of the clinical fellowship.
Providing inclusive and safe spaces for learners throughout your education is of the utmost importance. Learn more about resources available to you at
The Michener Institute of Education at UHN is committed to learner and educator wellness at both an individual and at an organizational level. Workplace wellness at UHN is a comprehensive approach to improving the health and wellbeing of employees, trainees and the organization. A healthy organization translates into a more productive and resilient workforce.
You can visit our
Oasis Wellness Centre -
Main Office at Toronto General Hospital - 1NU168
Postgraduate Medical Education offers
urgent advice for PGME Trainees.
Any learner requiring assistance during their placement at The Michener Institute of Education at UHN can find resources on our
Learner Assistance page.
Visit the Post-Graduate Medical Education office for more information on how to
apply for Awards and Scholarships.
We know you need space to study, eat and relax while learning with us. Most spaces that are open to staff are also open to you.
The UHN Library Network is one of the largest in Canada and includes health sciences academic libraries across all five campuses (including the hospital-based libraries and School of Applied Health Sciences Learning Resource Centre at the St. Patrick Campus), providing expert information leadership across UHN and beyond.
Both Medical Education Departments at the Toronto General and Toronto Western campuses are equipped with bookable seminar rooms, exam rooms and computer facilities along with drop-in spaces accessible to learners.
If you are interested in using a learning space, please drop in or if you would like to book a space please contact the centres:
200 Elizabeth Street, Eaton North, Ground Floor, Room 001 Toronto, ON M5G 2C4Phone: 416 340 4846Email: email@example.com
750 Dundas Street West, The Med-West Building 3rd Floor, Suite 305 Toronto, ON M5T 2S8
Phone: 416 603 5924Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
MedEd West is located in the Med West Building, immediately across the street from the Bathurst Street entrance to Toronto Western Hospital. The Med West Building sits on the north-west corner of Bathurst Street and Dundas Street West.
MedEd West is home for Wightman-Berris students at the Toronto Western Hospital. The centre is just across the street from the Bathurst Street entrance to the Hospital.
Educational and Conferencing Equipment
Responding to the critical need for change, the
Temerty-Chang International Centre for Telesimulation and Innovation in Medical Education at UHN, Toronto Western Hospital, is bridging a crucial gap in health care in developing countries. Using the latest telecommunications and simulation technology, the centre provides training in Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery (FLS) over the internet for doctors around the world. Surgeons who complete the centre's program will improve the skills necessary to perform safer, less invasive procedures. The centre is the first of its kind in the world and will play a pivotal role in achieving the following goals:
The HoPingKong Centre for Excellence in Education and Practice (CEEP) is dedicated to improving medical education at the bedside through innovation and scholarship. The Centre’s purpose is to educate physicians for scholarly careers in General Internal Medicine and train the next generations of doctors who teach. Our group is committed to pioneering new ways of using high fidelity simulation for teaching clinical skills and in emphasizing the importance of the art of medicine.
With a primary purpose that is unique worldwide, the HoPingKong Centre has developed an international following, attracting specialists in training from Canada and abroad. Partnerships with other education centres and a strong emphasis on scholarship ensure that the cutting-edge work done at the HoPingKong Centre benefits learners from across the globe.
The Anesthesia Assistants group at UHN manage the Anesthesia High Fidelity Simulation Centre, which is used to:
The simulation program coordinator works collaboratively with clinical educators from various disciplines to create unique scenarios that are tailored to the specific educational and training needs of the group utilizing the centre. The scenarios provide formative and summative assessments with structured feedback for the participants.
With 20,000 square feet of simulation space, the
Centre for the Advancement of Simulation and Education (CASE), located at the St. Patrick Campus of The Michener Institute of Education at UHN, is one of the largest simulation-based learning centres in Canada and will serve our larger community as an innovative space where interprofessional, simulation-based learning and evaluation can occur. Our expertise in curriculum design and delivery makes our centre the perfect partner in your organization’s learning and education plans. You can address complex team training or high-stakes assessment of clinical skills at CASE.
To learn more about the simulation labs at Toronto Rehab used for research and innovation please visit:
Toronto Rehab KITE website
UHN is Canada’s leading research hospital network, so you may have the opportunity to engage in clinical or educational research. For more information about research at UHN, please explore these resources as well as the office of the research trainee (ORT) to ensure you have completed all necessary requirements to conduct research.
Educational Research (types of research we do at UHN, how do we use research to drive change and impact curriculum)
Broader statement of research [clinical practice, research and education]
At The Michener Institute of Education at UHN, you cannot help but be involved in
interprofessional education. That could mean taking part in a structured student IPE placement, or engaging in other IPE activities such as attending team rounds and family meetings, shadowing a team member from another profession, or reviewing a patient chart.
Staff opportunities for interprofessional education at The Michener Institute of Education at UHN are also critical. IPE activities are open to all team members as part of our culture of lifelong learning. Interprofessional care and collaborative practice have many champions at both the professional and program levels across the hospital campuses. These champions host interprofessional care and education rounds and workshops, train and develop IPC/E facilitators, and model interprofessional patient-centered care.
Royal College of Physician and Surgeons of Canada webpage for resources to help you transition from residency into practice.
For information on Continuing Education opportunities, please visit the Michener Institute of Education at UHN
Continuing Education website.
The UHN International Centre for Education (UHN ICE) offers a wide variety of Continuing Education and Professional Development opportunities such as observership-based personalized programs, Continuing Education Online courses and in-person workshops.
Observerships/Authorized Guest visits provide an invaluable learning experience for individuals who have a passion for health care. The Michener Institute of Education at UHN is committed to fostering an environment for academic learning and sharing knowledge. We are proud to welcome observers from around the world.
Through an observership/authorized guest visit, health care professionals and students have an opportunity to learn by observing examinations and other procedures performed by our physicians, surgeons, nurses, and other staff in our hospitals.
Detailed instructions on how to
find a sponsor for an Observership.
Please visit complete list of
Continuing Professional Development and Continuing Medical Education opportunities at The Michener Institute of Education at UHN.
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