AMS Fellowships

NOTICE: The content of this funding opportunity has been changed as of July 20, 2020.

Some applicants have noted difficulties preparing their submission (eg: adding signatures or truncated text). If this happens to you, complete the LOI Submission Template (without signatures) first. Obtain signatures on a separate signature page. Then, combine the files as an Adobe Binder file. If the difficulties persist, submit the proposal as separate PDF files.

How will Digital Technology and Artificial Intelligence change the healthcare we provide?”

AMS Healthcare strives to improve the healthcare of all Canadians by innovating education and practice, championing the history of medicine and healthcare, supporting leadership development, and advancing research in the health humanities. In recent years, AMS Healthcare has provided funding for activities that address two key factors of the health care system: Compassionate care; and, artificial intelligence and digital health solutions. AMS Healthcare’s Compassionate Care in a Technological World strategic priority focusses on promoting the integration of digital technology/artificial intelligence (DT/AI) and compassionate care in the delivery of health care services, education of health professionals as well as facilitating the leadership needed to realize the promise of technology. For this competition, AMS Healthcare will also fund Fellowships in DT/AI, healthcare equity and compassionate care.

Click here to learn more about Compassionate Care in a Technological World.

AMS Healthcare is offering one-year fellowships of up to $75,000 to early and mid-career academic researchers and regulated health care professionals to study and develop expertise/competence in the impact of DT/AI on compassionate care. Those interested can click on the links below to access more information about the program and application details.

LOI submission deadline is 5:00 pm (eastern time) on Monday, July 27, 2020

  • Information Teleconference Call1:00 pm (eastern) on Wednesday, June 17, 2020

This program is offered as a partnership between the AMS Healthcare and the Ontario SPOR SUPPORT Unit.