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  • TEACHING
    • Assessment and Evaluation
    • Classroom Teaching
    • Clinical Teaching
    • Communication and Collaboration
    • Curriculum Development
    • Simulation
    • Teacher Performance
    • Theories of Education
  • LEADERSHIP
    • Academic Leadership
    • Change Management
    • Graduate Supervision
    • Mentorship and Coaching
    • Professional values
    • Promotions and Teaching Dossiers
  • SCHOLARSHIP
    • Ethics
    • Getting Funded/Started
    • Knowledge Mobilization
    • Methodologies and Methods
    • Program Evaluation
    • Social Media
  • ADVOCACY
    • Accessibility
    • Anti-Oppression
    • Patient/Client Representation
    • Wellness
  • RESOURCE TYPE
    • Article
    • Course
    • Guide
    • Podcast
    • Video
    • Website
  • AUDIENCE
    • All Audiences
    • Health Professions
    • Patient/Client and Family Partners
    • Postgraduate Health Professions
    • Postgraduate Medicine
    • Undergraduate Health Professions
    • Undergraduate Medicine

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Welcome to the Resource Hub!

The Resource Hub houses faculty development resources related to multiple topics of interest in health professions education. It is developed in collaboration and consultation with other Centres, departments, and organizations across the University of Toronto and the Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network.

The Resource Hub is adaptable and dynamic, continually curating resources based on emerging needs and best evidence. It is a community-wide effort and we draw on the collective expertise and engagement of our healthcare and education communities to mobilize knowledge and to vitalize the hub through ongoing curation.

To learn how to navigate and search the Resource Hub, please click the button below.

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Administrators

Alexandria Suliman

Editorial Committee

Ayelet Kuper

Elliot Lass

Shari Thompson-Ricci

Stephanie Lurch

Susanna Talarico

Suzan Schneeweiss

Suzanne Zerger

If you are interested in joining the Resource Hub Editorial Committee, please contact Alexandria Suliman at alexandria.suliman@unityhealth.to

Teaching

The Teaching section houses resources that outline best practices and key considerations in designing and teaching online and in-person curricula, paradigms and theories of education, assessment and evaluation of leaners, and more.  These resources cross different contexts (clinical, classroom, laboratory) different learner populations and different professions. Please click on the sub-category buttons above to access articles, tip sheets, guides, videos, and websites.

Leadership

The Leadership section houses resources that cover vital topics including Academic Leadership, Change Management, Graduate Supervision, Mentorship and Coaching, and Promotions and Teaching Dossiers.  These resources are intended to support both formal and informal leadership activities in the academic health sciences as well as career development for all health professions across the career span.

Scholarship

This section houses resources that will support our community on their education scholarship journeys. Scholarship is a broad concept that can include a wide range of activities that involve ongoing pursuit of knowledge, and its application to positive professional and collective growth. Though there is debate about what constitutes scholarship, our goal in this section is to highlight the breadth in the types of activity or inquiry that can fall under the scholarship umbrella.

Advocacy

The advocacy section provides resources focused on advocacy for the self and system.  We include many resources that cover core concepts of Anti-Oppression, Accessibility, Wellness, Professional Values, and Safety. We also include a number of resources to help you understand the ways in which these core concepts show up in the world and in our workplaces and resources that help you take action at personal, interpersonal, institutional and societal levels.

Teaching

The Teaching section houses resources that outline best practices and key considerations in designing and teaching online and in-person curricula, paradigms and theories of education, assessment and evaluation of leaners, and more.  These resources cross different contexts (clinical, classroom, laboratory) different learner populations and different professions. Please click on the sub-category buttons above to access articles, tip sheets, guides, videos, and websites.

Leadership

The Leadership section houses resources that cover vital topics including Academic Leadership, Change Management, Graduate Supervision, Mentorship and Coaching, and Promotions and Teaching Dossiers.  These resources are intended to support both formal and informal leadership activities in the academic health sciences as well as career development for all health professions across the career span.

Scholarship

This section houses resources that will support our community on their education scholarship journeys. Scholarship is a broad concept that can include a wide range of activities that involve ongoing pursuit of knowledge, and its application to positive professional and collective growth. Though there is debate about what constitutes scholarship, our goal in this section is to highlight the breadth in the types of activity or inquiry that can fall under the scholarship umbrella.

Advocacy

The advocacy section provides resources focused on advocacy for the self and system.  We include many resources that cover core concepts of Anti-Oppression, Accessibility, Wellness, Professional Values, and Safety. We also include a number of resources to help you understand the ways in which these core concepts show up in the world and in our workplaces and resources that help you take action at personal, interpersonal, institutional and societal levels.

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