Graduation & Certificate Process

GraduationGraduation

The Department of Medicine is proud of the trainees and fellows that enrich the educational and research endeavours of our divisions and our department. In celebration of our graduates' achievements, the Department of Medicine hosts an annual Postgraduate Graduation Ceremony'for residents and fellows who have completed their training within the given academic year. The event is held at the end of the academic year in June, however the date may vary (religious holidays, divisional accomodations and availability are all contributing factors). Graduates are invited based on the successful completion of the milestone that they are celebrating. 

Residency and Clinical Fellowship Certificate of Training

Residents and clinical fellows will be deemed eligible to receive a certificate of training upon successful completion of all requirements of the training program. Residency and clinical fellowship certificates are issued by the Faculty of Medicine, Post MD Education. Certificates will not be released without receipt from the sponsoring division and supporting documentation that confirms successful completion of all aspects and rotations of the training program. 

Please contact the resident or fellowship divisional administrator from your specific division if you have inquiries on on how to obtain certificates. 

Note: Clinical fellowship certificates will not released until all POWER ITERs are completed throughout the training period. 

Research Fellowship Certificate of Training

Research fellows will only be deemed eligible to receive a certificate if they have completed all requirements of the fellowship, have dedicated the agreed upon amount of time to the fellowship, and have achieved all evaluations at or above expectations in all aspects of the fellowship. Certificates will not be released to a fellow without receipt from the sponsoring division and documentation supporting successful completion of all aspects and rotations of the fellowship. Such documentation must include completion of all ITERs throughout program. Research fellowship certificates are issued by the Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medicine.

Please contact the fellowship divisional administrator from the specific division you are wishing to request your certificate.  

Note: Research fellowship certificates will not released until all POWER ITERs are completed throughout the program. 

Lost or Replacement Certificates

All residents and clinical fellows who wish to have replacement certificates issued, whose training ended after July 1, 2011, please contact the Post MD Education office with your request. 

All residents and clinical fellows whose training ended before June 30, 2011, along with all research fellows who wish to have replacement certificates issued, please email the Department of Medicine’s fellowship coordinator to initialize the request.

  Cost Associated
Original certificate lost, destroyed or damaged $ 60.00 CAD
Original certificate requires a name change $ 60.00 CAD

Shipping Certificates

Please note: there is a cost associated with delivering certificates. Payments are to be made by money order or certified cheque in Canadian or American funds. Certified cheques or money orders are to be made payable to the University of Toronto, Department of Medicine. Personal cheques, cash and credit cards will not be accepted. Please mail all payments and requests to:

Postgraduate Education
Department of Medicine, University of Toronto
3-805, R. Fraser Elliott Building
190 Elizabeth Street
Toronto, ON M5G 2C4 Canada

 

Destination for shipping                                 cost associated
Priority mail within Canada                    $ 20.00 CAD
Priority mail to United States of America $ 40.00 CAD
Priority mail to international destination $ 60.00 CAD

 

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