Education

Excellence in Teaching and Education

Teaching is one of the core missions of the MUHC. Close to 4,500 students and post-graduate scholars train at the MUHC and the Research Institute of the MUHC, including some 800 medical and surgical residents, 200 medical students, 800 nurses, 500 allied-health students, 525 research fellows and postdoctoral trainees, 750 graduate students and 900 physicians in 64 post-MD programs. We are proud of our international reputation for the quality and rigour of our education and training programs. For a complete list of Departments, Schools and Centres affiliated with the MUHC and the Faculty of Medicine, click here.

Medical Education Programs

The McGill Faculty of Medicine offers both clinical and scientific training programs. A large proportion of such training is carried out within MUHC hospitals. Programs are offered at the undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels. Continuing education programs for faculty members are also offered, as well as a public education program in science and medicine. Click here for complete list of clinical and basic science departments within the Faculty of Medicine.

Allied Health Professions - Professional Schools

Several schools that are part of the allied health professions are also part of the McGill Faculty of Medicine. These include the School of Nursing and the Schools of rehabilitation and communication sciences. They offer both professional (applied) and research-oriented educational programs.

Patient Resource Centres

The MUHC hospitals all have Patient Resource Centres that provide patients and their families with the latest medical information, as well as support and community resources. Some of the material is bilingual (English/French), and some Centres have computer workstations that can link users to reliable and current consumer health information on a wide range of topics. Librarians are also available to help users find the type of information that they are looking for. The Patient Resource Centres can be reached by e-mail or by telephone, and walk-ins are also welcome. MUHC Health Education Collection: http://infotheque.muhc.ca or infotheque [at] muhc [dot] mcgill [dot] ca http://www.muhcpatienteducation.ca/ (more modules will be coming soon)

Libraries

The MUHC hospital libraries are open to the MUHC community. They are full-service libraries equipped with electronic, audiovisual, and print-based materials covering a wide range of medical and scientific topics, including the History of Medicine. Specific information about the services and collections available in each library can be found on the individual library websites. Click here to see our libraries.