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Dermatology: Residency Program Update

With a complement of 33 Residents, the University of Toronto has the largest Dermatology training program in Canada and one of the largest in North America. Our Residents rotate through four core teaching hospitals (Women’s College, Toronto Western, Sunnybrook and the Hospital for Sick Children), cover the in-patient consultation services at the aforementioned four hospitals plus Princess Margaret and Toronto General, and rotate through various community offices and clinics.
Feb 1 / 2018

Appointments & Awards: February 2018

Appointments Master-Teacher Program Umberin Najeeb, Co-Director Order of Canada Kathleen Pritchard, Member of the Order of Canada Awards Canadian Association of Gastroenterology Samir Grover, Young Educator AwardThe Young Educator Award is awarded anually to an excellent educator in gastroenterology under the age of 40. 
Feb 1 / 2018

Call for Applications: MD Program Leadership Positions

Applications are invited for the following three leadership positions in the MD Program: Faculty Lead, Leader Theme Associate Course Director, Concepts, Patients and Communities – 2 (CPC2) Course Director, Introduction to Medicine (ITM) Full job descriptions are available at: www.md.utoronto.ca/careers
Feb 1 / 2018

Dermatology: Public Registration of Clinical Trials Helps to Address Bias

Doctors rely on published evidence to guide patient care decisions, and researchers use the published literature to guide which promising areas of enquiry to pursue. However, a recent study published in JAMA by Dr. An-Wen Chan and others found that half of clinical trials are never published. Even when published, many articles selectively report some results while suppressing other data. 
Jan 31 / 2018
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