The Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) is offering funded fellowship opportunities for senior residents (R3-R5), residents in enhanced skills programs (PGY3 family medicine), or established clinicians interested in health education scholarship.
The two year fellowship is based at CHES and includes a master’s degree, completion of a research project, specialized academic half-days and teaching opportunities. An option for part time participation is available with the approval of the fellowship director.
If you’re interested in learning more and want to apply, click here.
Application Deadline – Friday December 14