The following section provides information on two of PGME’s online registration systems; the Online Electives System and the Online Appointment Tracking System (OATS).
The Online Electives System provides a centralized method for residency trainees to register and gain approval for their elective rotations with the University of Toronto. This system is intended for non-University of Toronto residency trainees that hold Canadian citizenship or Permanent residency status in Canada. In order to be registered with the PGME Office, there are specific requirements that must be met by all elective applicants (home school & supervisor approvals, CMPA, CPSO, immunization, etc.). If you are assisting an incoming elective applicant, these requirements are available for your reference in the Elective Applicants section of this website.
If you are a Program Administrator/Coordinator for one of the University of Toronto’s accredited residency training programs, you may be granted access to Online Elective System. Please contact Nathan Harrison for further information. If you already have access and require assistance using the system, please view the following user guide:
The Online Appointment Tracking System (OATS) is a centralized platform that manages the transfer and approval of appointment-related documentation, directly from University of Toronto fellowship training programs to the PGME Office. This system is only to be used to transfer appointment documents for clinical and research fellows that have accepted offers to fellowship training programs; it is not a fellowship application management system.
If you are a Program Administrator/Coordinator for a University of Toronto fellowship training program, you may be granted access to the Online Appointment Tracking System. If you already have access and require assistance using the system, please view the following user guide:
POWER is the Faculty of Medicine’s Postgraduate Medical Education online Evaluation and Registration system available to postgraduate trainees, teachers, administrators and program directors. Users are granted access depending on their role(s) and responsibilities.