Women's Health


The graduate programs listed below, together with the support of the Women’s College Research Institute and the International P​rogramme on Reproductive and Sexual Health Law, participate in the Collaborative Graduate Program in Women’s Health. The program’s objectives are twofold:

  1. to provide interdisciplinary training in women’s health research and practice for graduate students at the University of Toronto; and

  2. to facilitate mutually beneficial relationships between researchers and practitioners of women’s health across the University and its 10 affiliated teaching hospitals.

​Students must be registered in the School of Graduate Studies through one of the participating graduate units below in order to apply to the Collaborative Program in Women’s Health. Applicants must comply with the admission procedures of that unit.

Participating Degree Programs

Anthropology – MA, MSc, PhD
Dentistry – MSc, PhD
English – MA, PhD
Exercise Sciences – MSc, PhD
Health Policy, Management and Evaluation – MSc, PhD
Immunology – MSc, PhD
Information – MI
Information Studies – PhD
Medical Science – MSc, PhD
Nursing Science – MN, PhD
Nutritional Sciences – MSc, PhD
Occupational Therapy – MScOT
Pharmacology – MSc, PhD
Psychology – MA, PhD
Public Health Sciences – MPH, PhD
Rehabilitation Science – MSc, PhD
Religion – MA, PhD
Social Work – MSW, PhD
Women and Gender Studies – MA, PhD

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