Education & Training
Postgraduate Medical Education
The Gerald Bronfman Department of Oncology has postgraduate medical education training programs in medical, surgical and radiation oncology. Residents are required to attend the Multidisciplinary Oncology Education for Residents (MORE) lectures and the Journal Club as well Tumour Boards. The Department's Palliative Care division offers a Year of Added Competency Fellowship for those residents who are interested in spending a year rotating through the palliative care services at the four hospitals.
The Medical, Surgical and Radiation Oncology Residency Training Programs as well as Palliative Care's Year of Added Competency are fully accredited by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. In addition, the Surgical Oncology Fellowship Training Program is accredited by the Society of Surgical Oncology.
McGill Oncology Residents and Fellows in Medical, Surgical or Radiation Oncology, Palliative Care and Medical Physics who would like to schedule vacations and other leaves of absence can click here for more information.
Medical Oncology Residency Training Program (MUHC, JGH, SMH)
Surgical Oncology Residency Training Program (MUHC, JGH, SMH)
Radiation Oncology Residency Training Program (MUHC, JGH)
Palliative Care Year of Added Competency (MUHC, JGH, SMH, MSH)
MUHC - McGill University Health Centre
JGH - Jewish General Hospital
SMH - St. Mary's Hospital Center
MSH - Mount Sinai Hospital