From Dr. Glen Bandiera, Associate Dean, Postgraduate Medical Education
Post MD Education continues to offer the Medical Humanities Education Matching Funding Grant in the amount of $5,000 per project proposal, distributed on a semi-annual basis. The first (inaugural) call went out in January 2017 and grants were awarded in June and December in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
I am writing to announce the call for the fall 2020 submissions. The submission deadline is October 15, 2020 with grants awarded to the successful applicants in December.
The integration of humanities in medical education curricula has the potential to improve observation skills, self-reflection, and enhance learner competencies in the CanMEDS roles. Projects and proposals may reflect a variety of curricular designs which identify how medical humanities will be integrated into curricula and further enhance CanMEDS competencies.
Each proposal will require a matching funding commitment from the submitting department/division, i.e., if the project budget is $4,500 – a letter from the department chair committing to $2,250 is required. Funding will be provided for a one year period, and applicants must agree to submit a project report at end of the period.
Post MD Education will transfer the awarded funds to the successful applicant’s Academic Department in the Faculty of Medicine. Business Managers will provide Financial Information Services (FIS) account numbers to facilitate this transfer within four weeks of application approval or the funding offer will be withdrawn. The Academic Department will be responsible for the disbursement of funds to the successful applicant.
Attached is further background on the purpose of the grant as well as a template for the application. Please distribute widely.
[Medical Humanities Education Match Funding Grant PostMD]
We look forward to receiving applications for the Medical Humanities Education Grant by October 15, 2020.
Please submit your package by email to Arlene McKinley at email@example.com
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GLEN BANDIERA MD, MEd, FRCPC
Professor, Department of Medicine
Associate Dean, Postgraduate Medical Education
Post MD Education – Postgraduate Medical Education
Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
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