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HC Tutors

Thank you for taking the time to be a Faculty Tutor for the Integrated Clinical Experience:Health in Community (ICE:HC) curriculum. This component of the program is designed to challenge medical students in years 1 and 2 to understand the social determinants of health, the role of the physician in society, and community engagement. It is a longitudinal two-year curriculum.

In addition to the details provided in the ICE:HC Tutor Manual, below we have provided additional resources for new and continuing tutors.

HC EduCafes

Prior to each tutorial, there will be faculty development and discussion regarding the upcoming tutorial.

  • 12:45-1:30 for St. George Tutors
  • 12:30-1:30 for MAM Tutors

Please check your emails for details and feel free to register below by selecting the appropriate session(s):

No upcoming events were found.

All MD Program teachers are asked to become familiar with the following resources when preparing for their teaching roles (1) Psychological Safety and (2) Learner Mistreatment.

New Tutors – The Essentials of Teaching HC

This section provides an ICE:HC overview video to introduce you to the curriculum. Recommended articles and readings will be sent to you before each tutorial. 

To access the ICE:HC schedule, resources and other material, please select the appropriate year and the link will take you directly to the Elentra login. If you do not have a UTORid and cannot log in to Elentra, we will continue to send documents as PDFs right before each tutorial.

To access any of the resources, select and click on a link on the right.

All HC Faculty Tutors

These resources have been prepared to support your teaching techniques, beyond delivering the curriculum. 

To access any of the resources, select and click on a link on the right.

Community Agency Supervisors

For Community Agency Supervisors, please review the orientation video to Health in Community: Community-Based Service Learning.  For more information, please visit the Integrated Clinical Experience: Health in Community (ICE:HC) website.

To access any of the resources, select and click on a link on the right.
The faculty development session, recording, and tutor manual were very helpful.  I felt well prepared going into it without prior experience, and I felt well supported at the session, with the just-in-time opportunity for coaching.
Sacha Agrawal, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto