Admission to Aboriginal Health

Applications to the program will be reviewed and decisions on acceptance made by the Enhanced Skills Post-Graduate Program Committee in the same manner as applications to other programs, however input may be obtained from key partner organizations (ie. Weeneebayko Health) or other appropriate outside individuals at the discretion of the committee. The residents will receive supervision from a number of both medical and non-medical personnel during their year. The following people may be asked to contribute to the development of learning contracts and the evaluation of residents in order to assess knowledge, skills and attitudes objectively and comprehensively:

  1. Supervising physicians in core and elective rotations.
  2. Other health care personnel with whom the resident works such as public health and mental health care workers, nurses, CHR's, and the patient representative.
  3. Directed reading course professor.
  4. Appropriate supervisors of research and community development projects.
Residents will receive documentation of their completion of the Aboriginal Health program from Queen's University Department of Family Medicine.