Accreditation

Learn how you can accredit your upcoming program and use the university’s name and logo to promote your program.

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Program and Conference Management

Learn how the CPD team can help manage your upcoming program or conference.

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Faculty Development

Discover resources and find out about best practices in program identification, design, development, delivery and measurement.

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Program Development

Our Education Consultants can work with you to create the most effective program for your target market.

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Quick-Tips for Program Directors

An overivew of policies, procedures and tips for creating, planning and implementing your next academic program or conference.

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Important Information and Documents

Sponsorship Policy

Ensuring that there is no bias, or the perception of potential bias in an accredited event is one of your/the event director's responsibilities. For more information on how to best meet ethical accreditation standards.

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Disclosure Policy

Ensure all speakers and planning committee members complete the disclosure form. All sections must be completed (indicating conflict or no conflict of interest).

Disclosure Declaration (Word)

Conflict of Interest

Accredited for CFPC Mainpro+? Organizers and presenters must take steps that would allow participants to make independent judgments on the relationships identified and management strategies employed to deal with any conflicts of interest.

Slide Template (PPT) / CFPC Quick Tips (PDF)

CPD Blog

Celebrating Excellence at CPD – 2017-2018 Award Winners

Each year, CPD recognizes excellence in research, scholarship, innovation, teamwork and long term commitment to continuing education for faculty at the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. This year seven awards were distributed. We are pleased to share the names and accomplishments of the 2017-2018 winners. Congratulations! Colin Woolf Awards Excellence in Program Development and […]

Early Research into Applied Improv Shows Promise in Health Professional Education

For many, it was the popularity of the hit 90s television show “Whose Line is it Anyway” that brought improvisational theatre -a form of performance art characterized by its spontaneity, unpredictability and, often, humour – into living rooms across North America and the United Kingdom for the first time. Though the collaborative and unscripted style […]

Top 5 Reasons to Attend CPD Programs and Conferences

CPD’s learning opportunities are forums where you can learn from and network with experts through presentations, panel discussions and workshops. Here are 5 reasons why you should attend: #5: You’re establishing a network. The Harvard Business review recently released an article entitled “How to Get the Most Out of a Conference”. It mentioned that one […]