Our Partners

Providing exceptional outcomes through collaboration.

We've long recognized the importance of partnering with educational and research facilities, as well as organizations that offer healthcare services. The critical funding we provide to these organizations leads to real change in the healthcare system.

By partnering with world-class organizations, we bring more compassion to healthcare.

Ontario Medical Students Association (OMSA) and the Medical Student Education Research Grant (MSERG)

The Ontario Medical Students Association, the representative body for Ontario’s over 3000 medical students, has undertaken the creation of new granting program for medical students participating in high-level medical education research offering the opportunity to apply for funding for a summer research project. AMS has partnered with the OMSA/MSERG to provide four- $5,000.00 research Grants for 2018 (the OMSA/AMS Grant) for medical students who wish to pursue research projects related to compassionate, patient-centred care in two areas of study. The first concentrates on the Patient Focus examining best practices to engage patients and family perspectives in compassionate care, patients as educators and the patient’s voice as a resource for learning. The second area is Provider Wellness looking at curriculum and resources for provider wellness and resilience and/or mitigation of compassion fatigue and burnout in students, residents and practitioners.

The Dalla Lana School of Public Health

We’re proud to announce a new program, designed in partnership with Dalla Lana School of Public Health (DLSPH): the AMS-Fitzgerald Fellowship. It will support emerging leaders as they learn about the opportunities and challenges of AI, the importance of humanceterness, and how health systems function. It’s an exceptional opportunity for up-and-coming professionals in the healthcare sector.

This competitive 2-year pilot program will launch in the fall of 2021 with a cadre of 12 talented emerging and mid-level leaders. They’ll learn, practice, and apply visionary leadership skills and competencies that focus on AI and compassionate care.

This fellowship is an outstanding example of what we can accomplish through partnership. We’re excited to collaborate with the DLSPH again.

College of Nurses of Ontario

We’ve partnered with the College of Nurses of Ontario as the lead organization on a group project with 6 other regulatory colleges in Ontario. The following organizations are participating: 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons, the Ontario College of Pharmacists, the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario, the College of Optometrists of Ontario, and the College of Medical Radiation and Imaging Technologists of Ontario.

We had planned a 2020 Regulatory Summit where we’d come together to discuss and develop technology competencies for regulatory health professionals. While that’s been deferred for the time being, we’re excited by the potential that exists in convening this diverse group of health professionals. We’ve begun by conducting a scoping review and developing a briefing paper.

Other partners and friends

The Association of the
Faculties of Medicine of Canada

Canadian Association for
the History of Nursing

CCME Creating
Spaces Symposium

The College of
Family Physicians


The Canadian Society for the
History of Medecine

The Museum of
Health Care

The Nova Soctia Health Research

Ontario Medical
School Association


The Royal Society
of Canada

The Thomas Fisher