Benefits, Resources, and Policies
The Department of Family and Community Medicine has numerous benefits, resources and tools for your use as a teacher, researcher, clinician, and scholar.
Benefits and Perquisites for Full-Time Clinical Faculty
Becoming a faculty member has numerous perks! Full-time and full-time equivalent clinicians are eligible for the following University of Toronto benefits: Tuition Waiver, the Scholarship Program for Dependants, and the Joint Membership plan.
Tools and Resources
UTORid and Quercus Assistance
The ICT office is your first point of support for UTORids and faculty access to quercus.
Reporting Pathways for Faculty Concerns and Grievances
The Clinical and Faculty Affairs Team is available to all Temerty Faculty of Medicine faculty to provide support and guidance.
Communications tools for faculty members in the Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM), including branded PowerPoint slides, Zoom backgrounds, and department logos.
Clinical Faculty Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines
- Policy for Clinical Faculty
- Procedures Manual for Policy for Clinical Faculty (PDF)
- Clinical Faculty Advocate (PDF)
- Relationships with Industry and the Educational Environment in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Medical Education (PDF)
- Standards of Professional Behaviour for Clinical (MD) Faculty (PDF)
Relevant University of Toronto Policies and Procedures
- Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters
- Conflict of Interest and Close Personal Relations
- Framework to Address Allegations of Research Misconduct
- Guideline for Faculty Members and Librarians Regarding Conflicts of Interest and Sexual, Intimate, or Familial Relationships
- Human Resources Guideline On Workplace Harassment And Civil Conduct (PDF)
- Policy on Conflict of Interest - Academic Staff
- Policy on Ethical Conduct in Research
- Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment
- Policy with Respect to Workplace Harassment
- Policy with Respect to Workplace Violence
- Sexual Harassment: Policies and Procedures
- Sexual Harassment Complaints involving Faculty and Students of the University of Toronto arising in University-Affiliated Health Institutions
- Statement on Prohibited Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario Policies