New Faculty Orientation


This program is an opportunity to welcome new faculty that have joined the University of Toronto’s Department of Psychiatry.  It provides an introduction to the academic roles and responsibilities of faculty and provides tips on how begin a successful academic career.  It also offers an opportunity for new faculty to meet their fellow colleagues.

New Faculty Orientation 2022

Part 1: Welcome, Roles, Mentorship, and Tips for Success

Faculty Orientation 2022 Part 2: Workshop on Research

New Faculty Orientation 2021

Orientation Day 2021 Agenda

Welcome, Roles, Mentorship, and Tips for Success

The first installment of Faculty Orientation covers welcome and introductions, the role of the Psychiatrist-In-Chief, the role of faculty in undergraduate education, Postgrad Education, Supervision, CBD, Planning an Academic Career, and Mentorship.

Joining the Department of Psychiatry - Slides

Dr. Benoit Mulsant, Labatt Family Chair of the Department of Psychiatry

The Role of the Psychiatrist-In-Chief - Slides

Dr. Lesley Wiesenfeld

Undergraduate Psychiatry A Guide to Faculty - Slides

Dr. Carla Garcia, Director UG Psychiatry Education & Dr. Kien Dang, Associate Director UG Psychiatry Education

Residency 101 - Slides

Dr. Adrienne Tan, Director, General Psychiatry Residency Program

Mentorship Program Mentee Workshop 2021 - Slides

Mary Jane Esplen, Vice-Chair, Equity and Mentorship,

Workshop on Research

A session on starting a career as a scientist with Dr. Krista Lanctot and Dr. Ben Goldstein.

Mentorship: Developing Skills as a Mentee

Dr. Karen Leslie speaks about getting the most out of mentorship as a faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry.

New Faculty Orientation - Starting a Career in Patient Safety/QI

New Faculty Orientation - Starting a Career in Teaching and Education Scholarship

Explore pathways and strategies for starting a career in patient safety/QI and starting a career in teaching and education scholarship.