Canadian University Links for Faculty Development Resources/Information:

Rural Medical Education (RMED) -

Competencies for Teachers - FTA Framework

Fundamental Teaching Activities Framework – what are the competencies I need to have to teach?

Do you have questions about the FTA and how it can be used?  Go to:

Graduate Education Opportunities

Medical Education opportunities at USask –  including Graduate Programs

  • Certificates, Clinician Educator Diploma, Masters in Education

Teaching TIPS

Society of Teachers of Family medicine - Student Onboarding:

Marcel Dion - 9 Teaching Tips

Med Ed Portal

Med Ed Journals:

Can Medical Education Journal


Canadain Medical Education Jopurnal -


Family Medicine Links


The KeyLIME podcast

The Simulation Podcast


Undergraduate Teaching Resources
Teaching Tips

Webinars (see also under Events)

Indigenous webinars


Online Seminars:

Medical Education List Serv:
Explore the DR-ED archives:
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Med Organizations to join:




Medical Education Conferences

Key meetings at local, provincial, national and international venues, of interest to those involved in medical and health professions education.

        Local/ Internal


        2018-2019 Sessions

       2019 Conferences

5th International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions

September 23-25, 2019

Conference description

This conference brings together international faculty development leaders and educators in the health sciences to share best practices and current research in faculty development and to foster a global community of leaders and educators in the field.

Overall goals

  • Bring together international faculty development leaders and educators in the academic health sciences
  • Share best practices and current research in faculty development
  • Foster a global community of leaders in Faculty Development

Indigenous Resources

Graduate Programs

We use a collaborative, result-orientated process to help individual faculty (or faculty groups) of the College of Medicine in achieving a specific, professional goal. 

Master’s Program
Currently, a Masters in Educational Administration (with a specialization in Medical Education) is offered through the College of Education.


For events/workshops directly targeted at Grad Students and PostDocs

Postgraduate Teaching Resources

  • Working with PGME and CBME leads
  • Local/ Departmental/Group/ Sites – rounds, retreats, workshops
  • Annual Med Ed Research and Scholarship Day – CBME stream
  • RCPSC resources – webinars, meantime e book, modules, presentations
  • Webinars available- AAMC, IASME, AMEE, CAME, etc.
  • PGME CBME webpage and newsletter
  • Central templates but department tailored
  • FD sessions at PG Director or DH request

RCPSC CBD resources: Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons CBD Resources


Family Medicine:

College of Family Physicians of Canada Triple C curriculum and Faculty Development Resources


Society of Teachers of Family Medicine - Residency Curriculum Resource:


What are learning analytics?

For information on Learning Analytics go to AskAMEE for a  primer:;  note the SK connection – Dr. Brent Thoma!





Thinking about your thinking – click on the image above to download and use this template to record  “process notes” to reflect on what you want to use or take away from this page.  This can be similar to writing a progress note on patient care.  Download this pdf and keep it as a record.  Write out your comments on what you are learning and come back to this from time to time to see how your thoughts and feelings are changing.  Review what you have written and re-comment on how you are applying what you are learning to your day to day practice.


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