Emergency Medicine Division

Emergency Medicine Division

A Vital Link to Family Medicine

Emergency medicine is a fast-paced specialty that requires a broad base of medical knowledge and a variety of well-honed clinical and technical skills. DFCM's Division of Emergency Medicine curriculum is taught by leaders in emergency medicine in Ontario and Canada who deliver high-quality, innovative educational programs and research. Whether a MD student, resident or a practicing physician looking to upgrade your skills, DFCM offers a variety of opportunities to train in emergency medicine.

Undergraduate Emergency Medicine

Year Three Clerkship Course
Studying emergency medicine as an undergraduate at the University of Toronto gives you valuable exposure and insights to many common patient problems. You will be placed at one of 10 emergency departments during this four week clerkship course.

Postgraduate Emergency Medicine

Year Three Enhanced Skills Program
By training in our third year postgraduate emergency medicine program, you will gain valuable insight from core rotations in emergency medicine, trauma, anesthesia, orthopedics, ICU, CCU and an elective.

Supplemental Emergency Medicine Experience (SEME)

Three Month Remunerated Fellowship
Increase your skills and confidence to practice emergency medicine in rural and small community settings through this comprehensive and practical three month fellowship program.

Call for Applications - Course Director, Emergency Medicine

Faculty members interested in this position are encouraged to submit a letter of application, an up-to-date curriculum vitae and education dossier by the deadline of Friday, September 24, 2021 by 12:00 p.m.

Addis Ababa University Emergency Medicine Residency Program
International Opportunity

Our residency elective is an opportunity to be a part of the development of emergency medicine in Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia. You will work with local graduates and patients, and gain international exposure to social determinants of health and practices in a low-resource nation. We also encourage residents to participate in research projects where there is mutual interest with local colleagues. Limited spots are available in this elective, so please view the application requirements.  

Find out more about the Toronto Addis Ababa Academic Collaboration in Emergency Medicine >

Learn more about DFCM’s wider Toronto Addis Ababa Academic Collaboration.
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Schwartz-Reisman Emergency Medicine Institute (SREMI)

Based at Mount Sinai Hospital, SREMI is Canada's first and only institute of emergency medicine. A partnership of the Sinai Health System and North York General Hospital, SREMI aims to improve patient care through the generation of new knowledge relevant to the care of ED patients, and to translate that knowledge into practice. SREMI is led by Director Dr. Bjug Borgundvaag, Associate Professor in the DFCM, and Research Director Dr. Shelley McLeod, Assistant Professor in the DFCM.

Read the SREMI annual report.