Dear Colleagues,

As part of our ongoing commitment to ensure inclusive and transparent Faculty governance, we are currently seeking one “member-at-large” for the Transition to Clinical Practice (TCP) Component Subcommittee in the Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) Program. A short member profile is provided below to help those interested determine whether to put their names forward. For the Committee’s full Terms of Reference, please visit the UGME governance website (TCP Terms of Reference).

All nominations must be submitted online and include a few sentences describing the nominee’s interest and the contributions he or she believes they would bring to the Committee. Submissions will be reviewed by the Faculty Council Nominating Committee, which in turn will make recommendations to the Vice-Principal (Health Affairs) and Dean of Medicine, Dr. David Eidelman.

Please note that the deadline for submissions is June 29, 2018. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Demetra Kafantaris at


TCP Component Subcommittee (one member-at-large)

The Transition to Clinical Practice (TCP) Component Subcommittee of the MDCM Program is seeking one member-at-large, representing faculty in Clinical and Basic Science Departments in the Faculty of Medicine. The member-at-large will bring the perspective and viewpoint from the broader Faculty of Medicine community. The best candidate would have an interest in, and some knowledge of, the educational mission. A ranked academic would be preferred. Meetings occur approximately monthly, and are generally scheduled on Tuesdays beginning at 16h00.


Committee mandate: The TCP Component Subcommittee ensures the coordinated delivery of the last six months of Year 2 of the MDCM Program curriculum, overseeing the implementation and enhancement of the Transition to Clinical Practice curriculum, designed to help students transition into the clinical setting and enhance their clinical skills in preparation for Clerkship.


We look forward to receiving your nomination!


Best regards,

Demetra Kafantaris, MBA

Senior Advisor, Office of the Vice-Principal (Health Affairs) and Dean of Medicine

on behalf of the Faculty Council Nominating Committee


June 18, 2018