Faculty of Medicine eLearning Task Force (eLTF)

In January 2014, the Faculty of Medicine launched an eLearning Task Force, co-chaired by Professors Dimitri Anastakis, Vice Dean of Continuing Professional Development, and Jay Rosenfield, Vice Dean of Undergraduate Medical Professions Education.

The eLearning Task Force is currently conducting a high-level SWOT and Gap Analysis within the Faculty of Medicine community to identify the gaps between where we are today and where we want to be over the next decade and beyond. Findings and recommendations from the Task Force will further position the faculty as a leader in eLearning (i.e., teaching, learning and scholarship) across the education continuum and will lay the foundation to ensure that we have the competencies and infrastructure to provide the best education for today’s and tomorrow’s learners.

Members of the Faculty of Medicine community are invited to contribute to this project by sharing the unique eLearning strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats that are experienced within individual teaching and learning environments through a brief survey.

More information about the Task Force and its working groups can be found via the eLearning Task Force website.


Message from Vice-Dean, Jay Rosenfield

Welcome to the Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) MD Program in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto.

As one of the largest undergraduate medical education programs in Canada, the UME MD program, boasts an innovative and rigorous curriculum that educates undergraduate students through the application and communication of knowledge, collaboration and discovery.

With the support of 28 departments and the second largest academic health science network in North America, our students have the unique opportunity to interact and collaborate with world renowned faculty and researchers, participate in cutting edge research and apply their knowledge in both urban and community based environments through innovative programs and offerings.

Helping to balance the demands of academics and non-academic aspects of student life, the student operated Medical Society (Med Soc) is actively involved and committed to enhancing the student experience of undergraduate medical students both in and out of the classroom in efforts to promote a sense of community within the student body.

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Jay Rosenfield “Our medical school attracts the most remarkable, highly motivated young adults from across Canada..."

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