Call for scholarship applications: Stepping Stones Teacher Development Program

(For staff and physicians at North York General Hospital)

North York General Hospital will be awarding a limited number of scholarships to pay tuition for the 2016-2018 Stepping Stones Teacher Development Program at the Centre for Faculty Development at the University of Toronto.

What is Stepping Stones Teacher Development Program?
This accredited program is designed to assist teachers with their educational and teaching roles.
After completion of the program, the Stepping Stones Teacher Development Certificate will be awarded.

Who should register?
The program is primarily targeted to clinical faculty although basic science and clinical investigator teachers will find many of the topics relevant. The program is open to all health professions teachers and educators.
View the PDF to get more information and apply for an NYGH scholarship.

Deadline for scholarship applications is June 1, 2016.
For more information about the scholarship contact the Centre for Education at North York General cfe@nygh.on.ca.

Some of our past NYGH participants include:
Monica Lee, Pharmacist, Department of Pharmacy
Roula Mandas, Social Worker, Geriatric Day Hospital
Timmy Olanibi, Nurse, Geriatric Day Hospital
Gillian Kirsh, Psychologist, Mental Health Program
Michelle Amato, Clinical Nurse Educator, Maternal Newborn Program
Agnes Quittard, Child & Youth Counsellor
Amy Wong, Pharmacist, Department of Pharmacy
Margit Labas-Weber, Speech Language Pathologist, Stroke/Neurology Unit
James Brokenshire, Emergency Physician
Ann Shook, Nurse, Emergency Services Program
Samantha Moe, Pharmacist, Family Medicine Teaching Unit
Michelle Wong, Clinical Nurse Educator, Surgery
Anne Guilar, Registered Dietitian, Center for Complex Diabetes Care
Susan Pearce, Nurse, Labour and Delivery
Jo-Ann Fernando, RN, Clinical Nurse Educator, Critical Care Unit
Helen Kelly, RN, Clinical Nurse Educator, Emergency Services Program
Krystyna Kruczynski, Physician (Internist), Department of Medicine
MaryEllen McGeachie, Recreational Therapist, Geriatric Day Hospital-Ambulatory Services
Mona Sawhney, RN, Nurse Practitioner, Surgery Program
May 11, 2016