As a fully affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto, the Department of Supportive Care (DSC) professional staff have a strong track record in clinical and academic supervision in areas such as psychiatry, palliative care, nursing oncology, physiotherapy and social work. Many of these staff also hold faculty positions at the University of Toronto. Our interprofessional team provides outstanding educational programs for learners at various levels including fellows, residents, graduate students, medical students, summer students and observers. We have fellowships in all of our medical specialty disciplines and residents from all programs routinely rotate through our site as part of their more general oncology training in medical, radiation and surgical oncology.
The Department of Supportive Care takes pride in fostering a culture of ongoing learning and continuing education. Case management discussions, emerging best practices, innovative technologies and new models of care are shared and explored by staff and learners through our educational activities. These include:
- Supportive Care Grand Rounds
- Supportive Care Research Seminar
- Pain & Symptom Management Rounds
- Global Institute of Psychosocial, Palliative and End-of-Life Care (GIPPEC) Seminar
- Psychosocial Oncology Clinical Case Conference
- Psychosocial Oncology Human Touch Seminar
- PM Cancer Survivorship Research Rounds
- International Virtual Round Series with King Hussein Cancer Center (Jordan)
As a partner in the University of Toronto's Collaborative Program in Aging, Palliative and Supportive Care Across the Life Course and the
Institute for Life Course and Aging, we welcome trainees and applicants from Canada and around the world to participate in our master's level and doctoral training in research and palliative and supportive care.
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Princess Margaret is a fully affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto.
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