BASIC TRAINING IN HEALTHCARE PREPARING FOR TOMORROW’S NEEDS AND SUSTAINING KNOWLEDGE

ENSURING THAT SKILLED HUMAN RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE HAS BEEN A PRIORITY FOR EVERY HEALTHCARE REFORM UNDERTAKEN AROUND THE WORLD IN THE PAST DECADE.

Benefiting from the know-how of an internationally recognized institution…
The University of Montreal, a world-renowned institution, has the greatest concentration of healthcare programs in Canada. With its faculty of medicine and affiliated hospitals, it fulfills a three-pronged mission of teaching, research, and health improvement in the sectors of health sciences, fundamental science, clinical science, and public health. Several other faculties, schools, and departments (faculties of nursing, veterinary medicine, and pharmacy; schools of optometry and of rehabilitation; departments of anthropology, of demography, etc.) cover the training of professionals in practically every field of health and related disciplines.

… with an added objective: to sustain knowledge
In bringing to bear the competencies of the University of Montreal and its network, our focus is on transferring and building up a knowledge base. Our priority is to ensure the learning transmitted can be sustained and perpetuated, so that the establishments we support can become self-sufficient, and above all, to avoid creating any dependency or supplanting their own competencies.


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Our expertise

  • Diagnosing needs;
  • Supporting the development of new programs, the modernization of curricula, and the engineering of training programs for physicians, paramedical professionals, public health specialists, health administrators, etc.; 
  • Evaluating programs
  • Training trainers in educational methods;
  • Organizing intnerships.