Professional Development

Primary Health Care Certificate Program

September 22, 2016

Transdisciplinary Understanding and Trianing on Research Primary Health Care (TUTOR-PHC)  is a one-year, pan-Canadian, interdisciplinary research capacity building program that has been training primary and integrated health care researchers and decision-makers from family medicine, nursing, psychology, epidemiology, social work, education, policy and many other disciplines since 2003.

This innovative one-year certificate program (May 2017 – April 2018) in primary health care research skills and interdisciplinary theory and processes includes:

  • An on-site Symposium in the Spring of 2017 
  • Two 3 week online research skill development workshops 
  • Two 7-8 week online interdisciplinary discussion groups

Why apply to TUTOR-PHC?

  • Free primary health care research training – including travel to the Symposium 
  • Opportunity to earn University Credit & CME credits -Valuable feedback on your own primary health care research 
  • Mentorship from experienced interdisciplinary primary health care researchers and decision-makers
  • Interdisciplinary team experience

Deadline for applications is December 2, 2016. For more information, updates, and to apply please visit TUTOR-PHC.

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