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Training Opportunities

The Department of Family Medicine offers training opportunities for individuals looking to expand their knowledge and skills in health care research.

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Undergraduate medical students may be part of research projects through coursework or through volunteering. If you would like to know more about research interests of faculty members, please see their Faculty Biographies. For more information on the different research projects at Family Medicine, please see our Research Projects & Programs

For more information, please contact our Research Team.

Please note

At this time, we are only able to accept volunteer applications from students enrolled in the McMaster University Undergraduate Medical Program.

Developing a strong foundation of research experience in residency is an important opportunity to build a foundation for work in an academic family practice or for bring research to a community setting. Residents with an interest in research may self-identify to faculty.

For more information, please see the Education section of our site.

Students interested in primary care and public health may consider pursuing a practicum placement with the Department of Family Medicine’s research faculty. Students are encouraged to read our Faculty Biographies and contact researchers directly or speak with the Master of Public Health graduate program.

For more information, please contact our Research Team.

Our Faculty members have a diverse set of scholastic expertise and interests. The Department of Family Medicine encourages any graduate students with an interest in how primary care is organized, delivered and experienced to contact faculty members directly to discuss opportunities for collaboration and guidance.

Please see our Faculty Directory for their areas of interest and contact information.

For more information, please contact our Research Team.