I3P Residency Builds Clinical and Advanced Leadership Skills

For aspiring family doctors and health system leaders, meeting the needs of patients at an individual and systemic level requires both clinical and leadership skills. Those looking to develop these skills in parallel, should consider the DFCM’s I3P program.
Oct 29 / 2020

Celebrating the achievements of DFCM faculty, staff and learners

Each year, the Department of Family and Community Medicine gathers to celebrate the achievements of DFCM faculty, staff and learners who have made exceptional contributions to family medicine in clinical care, education and research.
Oct 29 / 2020

Joyce Echaquan’s Life Matters: Addressing the Deadly Pandemic of Anti-Indigenous Racism in Healthcare

People across the globe are reeling from the horror of seeing Joyce Echaquan’s dehumanizing treatment within the Canadian Healthcare system.
Oct 9 / 2020

DFCM announces new divisions in Care of the Elderly and Mental Health and Addiction

The University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM) is pleased to announce four new Academic Divisions: Care of the Elderly, Hospital Medicine, Mental Health and Addiction and Clinical Public Health. Care of the Elderly, led by Dr. Sid Feldman, and Mental Health and Addiction, led by Dr. Peter Selby, will launch this fall, while additional development work continues on the others.
Sep 28 / 2020