PGME Collaboration Governance Council

Effective collaborative governance is essential to move towards more efficient and effective medical education that prepares socially accountable physicians who provide high quality health care to Canadians.

The postgraduate medical education (PGME) system is composed of a complex array of players, including educators, government bodies, regulators and health authorities that have multi-directional accountabilities. Within this complexity, it has been agreed that there needs to be a means to work collaboratively, across the PGME system, to achieve efficiency, reduce redundancy and provide clarity on strategic directions and decisions for the PGME system in the best interest of society, learners and the health system.

The Postgraduate Medical Education Collaborative Governance Council (PGME Council) has been established to bring these players together in an ongoing, collegial and coordinated manner to address a breadth of issues, notably those that cannot be resolved at other tables.

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