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Paediatric Emergency Medicine
Paediatric Emergency Medicine


The Division of Paediatric Emergency Medicine has two fellowship training programs. To be eligible for these fellowship opportunities, all candidates must be enrolled in, or have completed, a residency program in Paediatrics or Emergency Medicine.

The Royal College program (Academic program) is open to Canadians or landed immigrants, who are enrolled in or have completed residency training in an accredited North American medical school, and who would be eligible to receive Royal College certification in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. It is also open to candidates who are sponsored by their home governments.

The Clinical Departmental program provides opportunities for specific training in Paediatric Emergency Medicine to candidates whose medical training was completed outside of North America. They must hold specialty certification in Paediatrics from their country of training. This fellowship training for international medical graduates is not accreditable toward Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada certification but the training will be comparable to all trainees at a similar level in our institution. Certificates of completion of training are provided by both The Hospital for Sick Children and the University of Toronto at the end of the training period.

To learn more about other fellowship programs, please see the following:

Fellowship Program (RCPSC-accredited)
Fellowship Program (non RCPSC-accredited)
PEM Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship
PEM/CCM Fellowship
PEM Simulation Fellowship