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Submitted by johnsolc on Sat, 08/29/2015 - 3:54pm

Clinical Fellowships

Clinical Fellowship training at the University of Calgary provides temporary periods of mentored, advanced training for the purpose of enhancing the skills of medical doctors who have successfully completed residency training.  Trainees participating in Clinical Fellowships are referred to as Clinical Fellows.  Clinical Fellows train under the general supervision of a clinical supervisor at a recognized Alberta Health Services (AHS) hospital or affiliated setting in the Province of Alberta.

Learners registered in specialty or subspecialty residency training programs at the University of Calgary are not considered to be Clinical Fellows.


Clinical Fellowship programs must submit the fellowship framework documentation for each trainee to the Office of Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME) for review and approval prior to commencement of training. 

All Clinical Fellows must be registered through PGME and must pay all required administrative fees.  Tuition fees are assessed by the University of Calgary.

For more information on Clinical Fellowships including program availability and application documentation requirements, select one of the following: