McGill University Clinical Thrombosis Fellowship and the Area of Focused Competence in Adult Thrombosis Medicine Fellowship

 

 

Under the Directorship of Dr Maral Koolian, the McGill University Thrombosis Fellowship and the Adult Focused Competency in Adult Thrombosis Medicine Fellowship are based out of the Centre of Excellence in Thrombosis and Anticoagulation Care (CETAC), Jewish General Hospital.

 

 

McGILL UNIVERSITY CLINICAL THROMBOSIS FELLOWSHIP

This is a 1-year clinical fellowship (non-AFC Fellowship) designed to acquire and consolidate expertise in Thrombosis, namely the investigation, diagnosis, and medical management of patients with venous and arterial thromboembolic disease in a variety of clinical contexts. During the fellowship, the trainee will acquire knowledge of the physiology, pathology, diagnosis and treatment of thrombotic diseases through a variety of activities, including direct inpatient and outpatient care and exposure to pertinent diagnostic laboratory and imaging facilities. The trainee will be assigned to the in-patient Thrombosis Consult Service as well as the outpatient Thrombosis Clinic, Anticoagulation Clinic, Perioperative Bridging Clinic at the JGH and CETAC where he/she will be directly supervised and taught by Thrombosis attending physicians during all rotations. Fellows are encouraged to undertake a research project or quality improvement project alongside their clinical training.

Qualifications McGill Thrombosis Fellowship (non-AFC Clinical Thrombosis Fellowship) applicants should have completed Royal College certified (or equivalent) training in Hematology, Respirology, General Internal Medicine or Emergency Medicine.

McGILL UNIVERSITY ADULT FOCUSED COMPETENCY ADULT THROMBOSIS MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP

In January 2018, McGill University received accreditation by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) for the newly developed Area of Focused Competence (AFC) Diploma Program in Adult Thrombosis Medicine (https://www.mcgill.ca/pgme/programs/afc-diploma-programs).

The AFC Program in Adult Thrombosis Medicine consists of one year of clinical training as described above (c.f. one-year Clinical Fellowship) and is competency-based. Trainees who graduate from the McGill AFC in Adult Thrombosis Medicine program will receive a Diploma certificate from the RCPSC (the DRCPSC).

Qualifications McGill AFC Program in Adult Thrombosis Medicine applicants must have Royal College certification or equivalent in Internal Medicine or Emergency Medicine, or be enrolled in a Royal College accredited residency program in these areas. All trainees must be certified in their primary specialty to be eligible to submit a Royal College certification portfolio in Adult Thrombosis Medicine.

Application information

The McGill Clinical Thrombosis Fellowship and the McGill AFC Program in Adult Thrombosis Medicine run from July 1 of a given year to end of June of the subsequent year. Applications must be done online and are due on Sept. 1 of the year preceding the July 1 start date.

Please refer to the sites below:

Fellowships Admissions: http://www.mcgill.ca/pgme/admissions/prospective-fellows

Fellowships Programs: http://www.mcgill.ca/pgme/programs/fellowship-programs

How to Apply: http://www.mcgill.ca/pgme/admissions/apply

 

Dr. Maral Koolian

Director, McGill Thrombosis Fellowship and McGill AFC Program in Adult Thrombosis Medicine

3755 Cote St Catherine, Room B-304

Montreal, Quebec CANADA H3T 1E2

Tel: 514-340 7587 Fax: 514 340-7564

maral.koolian [at] mcgill.ca