Dr Julia is a highly regarded educator in Continuing Medical Education and Professional Development (also called Medical Continuing Professional Education) with more than 20 years of teaching experience and several awards in recognition of her involvement and work.
Dr Julia is also a qualified curriculum developer and course leader. She completed the 5 Weekend Family Practice Leadership Certificate program (2005) from the University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM). Dr Julia completed a M.Sc. (CH) (Health Professions Teachers Education) from University of Toronto (2009). Her faculty roles at the University of Toronto include: Chair of Primary Care Sport Medicine and Exercise Fellowship; and, as a funded researcher in the area of Women’s Health and Educational Methodology.
Dr Julia is currently Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM). She was Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Toronto’s DFCM (1989-1996) and the Department of Surgery, as well as McMaster University’s School of Rehabilitation Science (1993 – 2007).
Dr Julia offer also services as a Medical Course Consultant for both online and in person courses.
Dr Julia’s academic and teaching work has been recognized through several awards
Dr Julia has also been research supervisor for two undergraduate and two postgraduate students conducting research related to promoting physical activity and healthy behavior in women, risk factors for female athletes and exercise prescription and diabetes. Read more about Dr Julia academic and research work. Dr Julia also provided post graduated courses for seven years (2003 to 2010) focusing on Sport Medicine and MSK Education. She now focuses primarily on Continuing Medical Education and Professional Development courses.
Dr. Julia Alleyne is a sport medicine physician and physiotherapist and is currently the MSK Lead for Outpatients at Toronto Rehab and is the Chief Medical Officer for the Invictus Games in 2017 in Toronto. She holds academic appointments with the University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine. She was Chief Medical Officer for the Canadian Olympic team in London 2012, and the 2015 PanAm Games in Toronto.