Addictions - CAMH

Addiction Program - Centre for Addiction and Mental Health



    The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is an international centre of excellence in clinical treatment, research, education and training in Addiction Medicine. Clinical services span a continuum of care that includes both the 100 Stokes Street (outpatient)and the 60 White Squirrel Way (inpatient) sites. Specialised addiction trainingin the areas of nicotine, alcohol, opioid and benzodiazepine dependence treatment, medication management including methadone and buprenorphine maintenance, counselling, withdrawal management, and concurrent disorders is available. Off-site rotations include inpatient consultations in a general hospital as well as maternal and neonatal care. Selective rotations are offered in pain and addiction, adolescent medicine, treatment of health professionals, and clinical research, among others.

    Our clinical fellowship is an opportunity for physicians to develop clinical skills in treating substance use disorders. Our fellows are prepared to act as independent experts in Addiction Medicine or to include it within the practice of their primary speciality. Our faculty are leaders in the field of Addiction Medicine and our goal is to mentor our colleagues to advance the field of Addiction Medicine. The fellow also has the option of participating in the academic programs of the DFCM (e.g. Academic Fellowship, Masters, Leadershiptraining) on a part-time basis and will have many opportunities to teach other trainees during the fellowship. The fellow may also arrange a weekly "half-day back" in their primary speciality.



Application Information



    Prerequisites for the clinical fellowship include certification in a medical specialty and license to practice in Ontario(conditional acceptance for those writing certification exams this year).Minimum TOEFL scores as set out by the Faculty of Medicine are also required for physicians whose first language is not English.  



    Payment of Clinical Fellows is currently at the PGY3 level.


Fellowship applications:

    A personal statement,curriculum vitae, letter of recommendation from the Program Director where the applicant completed residency and two additional letters of reference are required. Selection is based on qualifications of applicants and a short interview.


Please send applications to:

Departmentof Family and Community Medicine (DFCM)

University of Toronto – Faculty of Medicine

500 University Ave., 5th Floor

Toronto, ON M5G 1V7

Phone: (416) 978-1019   Fax: (416) 978-8179



Application Deadline: October 2, 2015


Notification of Acceptance: December 4, 2015


Resident Acceptance of Position Deadline: December 17, 2015


Program Coordinator: Dr. Dale Wiebe Addiction Medicine Program


** Applications will continue to be accepted after thedeadline only if there are still positions open. **