Welcome to the Faculty Development site for the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. John Teshima is the Director of Faculty Development.
What is Faculty Development?
Faculty Development is any planned activity that facilitates growth and success in a faculty member’s academic roles, activities, and career trajectory. “Academic” specifically refers to the Department of Psychiatry’s academic mission in education, research, and creative professional activity. Faculty Development, with its focus on academic knowledge and skills, is distinguished from Continuing Professional Practice Development and Continuing Education, which focus on clinical knowledge and skills and other aspects of clinical practice).
Why do Faculty Development?
To be a successful faculty, it is important to continuously expand and improve one’s academic knowledge and skills in the same way as a successful clinician would continuously expand and improve their clinical knowledge and skills.
Committee and Initiatives
To learn about the Faculty Development Committee, annual events, and special initiatives, please feel free to browse the menu below and to the right-hand side.
|Faculty Development Committee|
|Faculty Development Resources|
|Centre for Faculty Development|
|Recurring Faculty Development Events|
|Orientation Day for New Faculty|
|Promotions Boot Camp|
|Donald Wasylenki Education Day|
|Building Resilience Workshop|
|Mississauga Academy of Medicine (MAM)|
|STACER Examiner Training|
|Teaching for Learning and Collaboration (TLC) for Psychiatry|
Past Events (2015 – 2016)
Materials from the following past events can be obtained by contacting email@example.com
- Orientation Day for New Faculty – Friday, October 16
- STACER Examiner Training – Friday, November 6
- Promotions Boot Camp – Friday, November 27
- Donald Wasylenki Education Day – Friday, February 26