Clinical Fellowships at Queen's University

A clinical fellowship is an opportunity for a physician to obtain advanced training and/or to acquire more specialized expertise not normally acquired during residency training. Clinical fellows must be recognized specialists or family physicians.

Clinical fellowship training is ordinarily between 1 and 3 years in order to enhance experience for recognized specialists or family physicians.  As a short-term educational experience, which does not lead to certification by the RCPSC or the CFPC, a clinical fellowship on its own is not a pathway to permanent practice as a specialist or family physician in Ontario.

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