- Strategic Training Program in Tobacco Use in Special Populations
- Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship and Program Information
- Addiction Medicine Training Programs
- Graduate and Post-doctoral Fellowships in Public Health Policy (below)
- Post-graduate Fellowship in Borderline Personality Clinic (deadline: February 15, 2012)
Graduate and Post-doctoral Fellowships in Public Health Policy
The CIHR Strategic Training Program in Public Health Policy offers an exciting opportunity to become intellectually and actively involved in the complex tasks demanded by public health policymaking including: policy change; policy analysis; policy assessment; and policy structures and planning. This training program promotes a collaborative multidisciplinary community of researchers, trainees, policymakers, educators and practitioners that works and learns together to address – from a policy perspective – the key issues compromising the public’s health at local, regional, national and global levels. This CIHR training program is open to students accepted into a graduate program at the University of Toronto, and post doctoral fellows engaged in research at the University of Toronto or an affiliated hospital or research unit. Funding is available for eligible candidates at CIHR rates. Learn more about the CIHR Strategic Training Program in Public Health Policy.
Postgraduate Year 1 Psychiatry Resident Training in Addiction Psychiatry
Currently, the PGY I Addiction Psychiatry training consists of a four-week rotation. This is part of a 3 month block of psychiatry training that also includes Emergency Psychiatry and Consult Liaison Psychiatry. The overall the focus is on the developmental needs of the Resident i.e. developing core competencies of understanding the basics of addiction medicine and psychiatry, how to manage acute states of intoxication and withdrawal, approaches to treatment (e.g. pharmacology and motivational enhancement techniques), and experiencing different settings for treatment intensity (e.g. withdrawal management units, day treatment programs, out-patient clinics etc). Exposure to the above with processing from supervisors will focus on developing professional attitudes and behaviours for dealing with addiction.