Psychiatry Fellowships

Welcome to the Fellowships website for the University of Calgary, Department of Psychiatry.  We are a dynamic department offering a broad range of opportunities for advanced training in research and clinical disciplines.
We invite you to contact us directly for further information regarding available programs and application procedures.

Psychiatry Fellowship

Q & A

Canadian Trained Medical Graduates

Application Process

Internationally Trained Medical Graduates (IMGs)

Application Process - IMG requesting funding

Internationally Trained Medical Graduates (IMGs)

Application Process - IMG with external funding

Clinical Fellowship Program Descriptions

  1. Overview

    Fellows will participate actively in the clinical and research work of the Foothills Medical Centre Addiction Program.  

  1. Overview

    Fellows participate within the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.  

  1. Overview

    Fellows will participate actively in the clinical and research work of the Early Psychosis Treatment Service.  

  1. Overview

    Fellows will participate actively in the clinical, educational, and research work of the Calgary Family Therapy Centre.  

  1. Overview

    Fellows will participate actively in the Forensic Division Program.  This involves participation and training in the various components of our service.  

  1. Overview

    The Geriatric Psychiatry program offers a multidisciplinary team-based experience with opportunities to work with medically complex patients in diverse work settings.  There are also opportunities to participate in academic work such as teaching and journal clubs.

  1. Overview

    The University of Calgary, the Department of Psychiatry, and the Mathison Centre for Mental Health Research and Education are committed to advancing the understanding and outcomes for patients suffering from psychiatric illness.  They have adopted the clinical and research focus of early intervention and prevention.  Mood Disorders are complex heterogeneous illnesses associated with substantial morbidity and mortality that typically recur or persist lifelong.  Therefore, the effective management of these disorders and advancing our understanding of early intervention targets is a major priority.  Fellowship training is an important aspect of professional preparation for the development of subspecialty care and academic advancement in mood disorders.

  1. Overview

    Fellows will participate actively in the integrated clinical, educational, and research environment of the Department of Psychosocial Oncology, Tom Baker Cancer Centre, Alberta Health Services and Department of Oncology, University of Calgary.

Key Contacts

Fellowships Program
E-mail: psychiatry.fellowships@ucalgary.ca

Dr. Cynthia Beck
Chair, Psychiatry Fellowships Committee
University of Calgary

Pauline Burgess
Programs Coordinator, Post-graduate Training
University of Calgary
Department of Psychiatry
E-mail: psychiatry.fellowships@ucalgary.ca
Phone: 403 944-1271