The Wilson Centre is a world leader in advancing the education and practice of health care professionals through research. We support the education-oriented research programs of eleven full time PhD scientists and many clinician-researchers, addressing topics ranging from the acquisition and evaluation of basic surgical skills to the development and understanding of communication and professionalism.
The scientists and clinician-researchers of the Wilson Centre are strongly dedicated to developing new researchers in this vital and growing field of study, and the Wilson Centre Fellowship Program is designed to support these efforts. Wilson Centre Fellows are given a place to work and learn where they receive intensive mentoring in a community of researchers from many academic disciplines and many health professional backgrounds. The level of mentoring and breadth of interdisciplinary and interprofessional interactions develops scholars who are well prepared to engage in their own program of high quality research, to collaborate with a diverse set of research colleagues, and to train the next generation of researchers into this field. Our Fellows are the future leaders in health professional education.
Applications are normally due by October 31st for a January start or April 30th to begin in September. Late applications may be considered on a case to case basis. Those applicants also applying for a Currie Fellowship should give in their entire application by October 31st regardless of start date.
To apply or for more information please review the Wilson Centre Fellowship Policies and Procedures Manual and be sure to include the Wilson Centre Fellowship Application Cover Page with your application.