The MD Program at the University of Ottawa offers various teaching opportunities in a multitude of settings including classrooms, clinics and University of Ottawa’s Skills and Simulated Center. In this guide, you will find the type of teaching opportunities and the list of courses in pre-clerkship as well as whom to contact to convey your interest and availability to teach.

Teaching opportunities in Pre-Clerkship

Courses in Pre-Clerkship

The program leading to the Doctor of Medicine degree includes 147 weeks of instruction (72 weeks of which are devoted to clinical work) scheduled over four calendar years. 

Pre-Clerkship is devoted to the teaching and learning of biomedical sciences. During medical studies, students should demonstrate the intelligence, the integrity, and the personal and emotional characteristics deemed necessary for competent physicians. Their behaviour must be consistent with an acceptable code of professional ethics, such as stated in the Faculty's Standards of Ethical and Professional Behaviour. The MD Program is offered in English and in French. 

You will find below the list of courses in pre-clerkship. Should you wish to get involved in one or multiple content areas, please refer to the Contact List to find the coordinates of Unit Leaders and Content Experts.

Weekly Timetables (schedule template)

Academic Appointments

One of the important responsibilities of the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Medicine is to appoint its clinical faculty members.  For information academic appointments, please visit the Faculty Affairs website.

Stipends

For information on stipends, please read the Undergraduate Medical Education Stipends Underlying Principles.