In January of 2011, the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) entered into an agreement with the University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, to fund eligible community-based teaching activities (i.e., undergraduate MD pre-clerks, clerks and postgraduate residents). In order to be eligible to receive payment, all preceptors must have current academic appointments with the University of Toronto. The University of Toronto strongly values the academic contributions made by over 1,500 faculty members based in our 20 community-affiliated hospitals, public health agencies, and countless office-based settings. For further information on how to obtain an academic appointment, benefits available to faculty members, or getting started on academic promotions, please do visit the pages on this website.
- Preceptor Payment Data Fact Sheet: This sheet outlines the funding principles, amounts available and eligibility requirements (click here)
- Preceptor Payment Data Entry for PAs: Targeted at our Program Assistants, this fact sheet outlines data entry practices to the preceptor payment program, MedSIS and POWER (click here)
- Preceptor Payments - Processes for Office-Based Learner Rotations: This fact sheet outlines the data entry, data extraction and payment processes for office-based, eligible learner rotations and preceptors (click here)
- Preceptor Payments Process for Community-Based Hospital Rotations: This fact sheet outlines the data entry, data extraction and payment processes for eligible, community hospital-based learner rotations and preceptors (click here)