Additional Resources for Clinical Educators
Opportunities for Continued Learning
Rehabilitation Sector Clinical Education Workshops
Once a year (typically in the spring) all three departments in Rehabilitation Sector comet together to present relevant topics to clinical education in a concurrent morning workshop session. All Clinical Educators in all three disciplines are welcome to attend this event. Invitations and this years topics will go out via email closer to the date. Previous Years Topics Can be found on the Rehab Sector website at: http://www.rehab.utoronto.ca/links.htm
OSLA Workshop Discount
Have you participated in the clinical education of one or more University of Toronto students in the past academic year? If you have been a clinical educator, you may qualify for a $25.00 discount on an OSLA workshop! Clinical Educators may apply for one discount annually. This is a limited time offer and will be handled on a first come first serve basis. Thank you for working with our students!
Apply for the discount on the OSLA workshop registration form by checking the section for Clinical Educators.
Note: by checking off this section on the workshop registration form you are authorizing OSLA to verify the discount with the Department. Please see the News and Events on the OSLA website www.osla.on.ca for upcoming workshops for you to choose from.
The Centre for Faculty Development
The Centre for Faculty Development offers free workshops through the Centre, for those faculty with status-only appointments (see below for more information) and include varied topics on teaching and supervision such as dealing with conflict, strategies for effective feedback and clinical reasoning.
All U of T clinical faculty can attend the workshops however please note those without status appointments will be placed on a waitlist and will be required to pay for the workshop.
CFD – Health Professional Teaching Skills MOOC
Formerly Acessible Resources for Teaching (ART) find out more.
Status – Only and Adjunct Appointments
Clinical Educators and Site Coordinators who contribute to our program by providing clinical placements, or by facilitating teaching clinics can apply for appointment with the University. An appointment with the University gives clinical faculty access to additional resources and learning activities. For more information see how to apply