About the Program


2022 admissions are closed

Upcoming Events


ICRE 2022 (International Conference on Residency Education)
Learn Serve Lead 2022: The AAMC Annual Meeting
ICAM 2023 (International Congress on Academic Medicine)

Free workshops for USask faculty are offered through Gwenna Moss that are directly relevant to the formal learning requirements of this fellowship.  Fellows are encouraged to check their website regularly.

Meet the Faculty & Fellows



Program Curriculum

The program curriculum for the CE program at the University of Saskatchewan is shaped by the Royal College requirements for the program.

The competency-based design of the AFC program allows candidates to finish the program earlier, as long as they successfully complete the unit tasks, assignments and portfolio activities.  Depending on candidate's tailored circumstances, some units may be completed concurrently.

The CE Diploma consists of four mandatory units:

  1. Foundations
  2. Teaching & Learning
  3. Curriculum 
  4. Assessment

Each unit is anticipated to take the candidate 2-3 months to complete. 

There are three prescribed selective experiences, with each candidate selecting two of these three units:

  1. Simulation 
  2. Leadership 
  3. Scholarship 

The total duration of this elective time is anticipated to take six months. 

Thank you to McMaster University

The USask C-Ed program would like to give a huge acknowledgement to the McMaster C-Ed program.  They have graciously shared their documents as well as their website format and content.  We would not have been able to pull this program together without their support.  Specifically we are grateful to: Karen Finlay, Jonathan Sherbino, Teresa Chan, Jordan Hamilton and Brooke Taylor.

Contact Us

Amy Winik, Program Administrator

Email | (306) 966-5171

Rob Woods, Program Director

Email | (306) 612-3206