PHPM Postgraduate Program

Public Health and Preventive Medicine (PHPM) is a 5-year post-graduate medical specialty training program.

University of Saskatchewan offers a variety of public health experiences in rural, northern and urban settings as well as the provincial level to provide a well-balanced learning environment. The small size of the program will ensure a greater ability to exercise responsibility through the program, and to adapt training to their career goals.

The University of Saskatchewan has a unique combination of academic units related to health issues, including a veterinary college, agriculture college, school of public health, school of the environment, school of public policy, and a world class vaccine development centre.

Program Director: 
Dr. Cory Neudorf
Phone: 306-966-2276 
Program Administrative Assistant:
Amanda Willms
Phone: 306-966-8752

Looking for more details about applying for a Public Health and Preventive Medicine residency position at University of Saskatchewan?

Visit the CaRMS website and search by University or by program to find out details about the program and the application process for Canadian graduates or international graduates.