Krembil Patient Education Videos

Dementia - Dr. Carmela Tartaglia
Movement Disorders - Dr. Anthony Lang
Dr. Fred Gentili – Skull Base Surgery
Epilepsy - Dr. Taufik Valiante

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Krembil Academic Education

  • 25 Residents + 15 Fellows in Neurosurgery
  • 35 Residents + 41 Fellows in Neurology
  • 18 Residents + 12 Fellows in Ophthalmology
  • 6 Fellows in Neuroradiology
  • 1 Fellow in Neuropsychology​
  • 52 Health Professions students
  • 139 N​ursing Students​​​​​​

Neurosurgery Education & Outreach Network – NEON

NEON logoNEON is comprised of educators, outreach nurses, and hospital administrators from Neurosurgical Centres across Ontario. Together, this group is responsible to increase knowledge and expertise, to support equitable and timely access to neurosurgical care, and help to maintain the provinces neurosurgical capacity. (NEON Terms of Reference, 2015). Learn more about Neurosurgery Education & Outreach Network​ »​

CAP Fellowship Program

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The CAP Fellowship Program gives the opportunity for any one of our multi-disciplinary point of care health professionals to lead practice-based quality improvement project. Learn more​ »

Education at UHN

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Our four hospitals are teaching hospitals affiliated with the University of Toronto, offering educational opportunities for medical students, residents and fellows.

 Krembil Nursing Awards

Krembil Foundation LogoThe Krembil Nursing Awards (KNA), as a subset of the Krembil Foundation, has ​gen​​erously supported TWH nurses since 2004. The Krembil Nursing Awards offer an exciting opportunity for nurses to develop skills in quality improvement projects or in research with guided support from other experienced nurses and advanced practitioners.

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Part of the University Health Network, The Michener Institute of Education at UHN embeds a school within a hospital, giving students direct access to real-time, front-line insight that shapes its curricula.

Michener has five campuses in downtown Toronto, and is the only academic institution in Canada devoted exclusively to applied health sciences. The student-to-faculty ratio is exceptional and offers state-of-the-art equipment and simulation opportunities that prepare students for the real world of health care.

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