The Care Fellowship, Canada's only Fellowship
devoted to "Contraception and Family Planning" is a unique opportunity for a
graduate Ob/Gyn to spend one or two years in an advanced training program
leading to special competence in
Successful applicants will participate in an active program
of clinical research, further their knowledge and skills in the management
of complex contraceptive problems, and develop innovative educational
programs to further the use-effectiveness and safe utilization of
contraceptives available in Canada.
Research activities will be developed in the area of
interest of the specific applicant and will be supervised by members
of the division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.
Clinical activities will involve participation and
ultimate supervision, at a junior faculty level, of:
- Specially structured clinics for challenging contraceptive cases.
- Clinics dealing with management of contraceptive failure and /or STDs.
- ORs for provision of surgical sterilization under monitored anaesthesia care.
- Teaching rounds and visiting professorships in this area.
Regular participation in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology
Clinics and a Multidisciplinary Teen Ob clinic coordinated by Dr. Jamieson
is encouraged. The fellow will receive and respond to challenging
contraceptive questions through an internet based "Contraceptive Hotline"
in conjunction with the SOGC Net and will develop expertise as an effective
communicator about contraceptive issues through participation in CHE and
public forums on contraception and reproductive health.
Competitive salary, benefits, and travel allowance provided.
- Dustin Costescu-Green, MD (2012-2013)
- Ashley Waddington, MD (2011-2013)
- Melissa Mirosh, MD (2005-2007)
- Jenna McNaught, MD (2004-2005)
- Stéphanie Palerme, MD (2003-2004)
- Amanda Black, MD (2001-2002)
- Sari Kives, MD (2000-2001)