The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada are welcoming submissions for several awards and grants. Below are just a few of the opportunities available:
Detweiler Travelling Fellowship Study the highest standards at home and abroad. Final year residents and Fellows in their first five years postcertification can gain valuable experience at medical centres in Canada or abroad with the Detweiler Travelling Fellowship. Senior Detweilers are also available for those more than five years postcertification.
Harry S. Morton Travelling Fellowship in Surgery Advance your surgical skills in the U.K. Surgeons and surgical residents can train in the United Kingdom under the Royal College’s Harry S. Morton Travelling Fellowship in Surgery. This fellowship — up to $50,000/year — is a wonderful opportunity to benefit your practice and contribute to excellence in Canada’s academic programs.
TeasdaleCorti Humanitarian Award Nominate an inspiring humanitarian. One of Canada’s most prestigious medical awards, the TeasdaleCorti Humanitarian Award is for Canadian physicians who go beyond the accepted norms of routine practice.
Dr. Thomas Dignan Indigenous Health Award Celebrate a colleague who’s an Indigenous health advocate. Recognize excellence in your colleague devoted to the rights of Indigenous Peoples with a nomination to the Dr. Thomas Dignan Indigenous Health Award.
Royal College/AMS Donald R. Wilson Award Honour a peer in medical education. Nominate a colleague who has demonstrated excellence integrating the CanMEDS Roles into a Royal College training program with the Royal College/AMS Donald R. Wilson Award.
Deadline to apply is September 9, 2016. For a complete listing of all grants, awards, visiting professorships, and professional development funding available please visit the Royal College Awards and Grants website.