Health Sciences Education

Ontario universities’ health sciences graduates are moving the health-care system forward with cutting-edge research, evidenced-based practice and compassionate care.

Health Sciences Education

The high-quality health professional and occupational programs at Ontario universities graduate more than 10,000 students each year from a variety of programs, including rehabilitation sciences, dentistry, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physiotherapy and midwifery.

Ontario universities are transforming health care in the province, collaborating provincially on a broad range of health-related issues to meet the needs of Ontarians today and in the future. From producing health-care professionals to address the needs of aging Ontarians to graduating more family doctors and preparing Ontario nurses for the complexities of patient care, our university health sciences programs are building a stronger, healthier Ontario.


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