skip to Main Content

Resource Hub

    • Assessment and Evaluation
    • Classroom Teaching
    • Clinical Teaching
    • Communication and Collaboration
    • Curriculum Development
    • Simulation
    • Teacher Performance
    • Theories of Education
    • Academic Leadership
    • Change Management
    • Graduate Supervision
    • Mentorship and Coaching
    • Professional values
    • Promotions and Teaching Dossiers
    • Ethics
    • Getting Funded/Started
    • Knowledge Mobilization
    • Methodologies and Methods
    • Program Evaluation
    • Social Media
    • Accessibility
    • Allyship
    • Anti-Racism
    • Equity, Inclusion and Justice
    • Learner Mistreatment
    • Truth, Reconciliation and Decolonialism
    • Wellness
    • Article
    • Course
    • Guide
    • Infographic/Image
    • Podcast
    • Video
    • Website
    • All Audiences
    • Health Professions
    • Patient/Client and Family Partners
    • Postgraduate Health Professions
    • Postgraduate Medicine
    • Undergraduate Health Professions
    • Undergraduate Medicine
< Back to Resource Hub Home Page

How to use the Resource Hub

The Resource Hub is organized into four main categories (Teaching, Scholarship, Leadership, and Advocacy), which reflect the educational activities supported by the Centre for Faculty Development in health professions education.

In reality these resources overlap across multiple sections and flow into and from another.  Website technology doesn’t allow them to be displayed in ways that easily demonstrate their interconnectedness, however the use of tags and filter box are ways we have attempted to demonstrate their connection.


Four Ways to Search

1. Explore Categories and Subcategories

Select a main category from the menu bar located directly under the heading “Resource Hub” – Teaching, Leadership, Scholarship, Advocacy. Each main category landing page will contain a description of the category and the resources contained there, as well as links to relevant Centres.  Once the category page loads, select a subcategory button from the cluster of subcategory buttons that appear. For example, on the Scholarship category page, there are subcategory buttons called “Ethics,” “Getting Funded/Started,” “Knowledge Mobilization,” “Methodologies and Methods,” and “Program Evaluation.”

ResourceHubWaysToSearchImages-01 (1)
2. Search Bar

Use the search bar to search keywords, titles, tags, resource types, or any other relevant information to find a specific resource.

3. Filters

Select the filter icon next to the search bar, then select all the parameters by which you would like to filter the resources that appear. You can combine filters from all available categories to narrow your search.

4. Tags

Hover over a resource card to reveal tags.  Click on a tag to reveal all other resources with the same tag.


Add your Resource to the Hub

If you have a resource that you think should be added to the Resource Hub, simply complete the New Resource Form. The resource does not have to be developed by you or your organization.   Once the completed form has been received, the resource will be reviewed by members of our Editorial Community who have expertise in the topic area.

Thank you for contributing to the Resource Hub!

Centre for Faculty Development
Li Ka Shing International Healthcare
Education Centre, St. Michael’s Hospital
209 Victoria Street, 4th floor

Mailing Address:
30 Bond Street, Toronto, ON, M5B 1W8


Subscribe to our newsletter to receive communications about our Centre.

Back To Top