PGME recipients of the Faculty of Medicine Awards in Education

Posted on Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Congratulations to the Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME) recipients of the Faculty of Medicine Awards in Education!

Award of Educational Advancement and Innovation in Postgraduate Medical Education

Dr. David Atwood, Psychiatry

Awards based on the CanMEDS Physician Competency Framework

PGME is presenting awards to our trainees who demonstrate the competencies, skills, and knowledge identified by the CanMEDS roles.

Award in Education for the Collaborator Competency

Awarded to a trainee who demonstrates a high level of collaboration in his/her interactions with peers, faculty, members of the interprofessional health care team, and administrative staff.

Dr. Christine Nadeau, Family Medicine

Award in Education for the Communicator Competency

Awarded to a trainee who displays excellent communication skills during patient interactions and includes other medical professionals in the development and communication of health care plans.

Dr. Ian Pitcher, Internal Medicine

Award in Education for the Health Advocate Competency

Awarded to a trainee who uses his/her expertise and influence to advance the health and well-being of individuals, communities and populations.

Dr. Thara Kumar, Emergency Medicine

Award in Education for the Leader Competency

Awarded to a trainee who demonstrates a high level of leadership in decision making and problem solving within the realm of healthcare.

Dr. Evan Cole, Anesthesiology

Award in Education for the Professional Competency

Awarded to a trainee who demonstrates a high level of professionalism in all encounters.

Dr. Kaisra Esmail, Ophthalmology

Award in Education for the Scholar Competency

Awarded to a trainee who demonstrates a continued commitment to the advancement of medical learning and knowledge transfer.

Dr. Francisco Daniel Ramirez, Adult Cardiology

Faculty Educator Award

Awarded to a faculty member who has demonstrated a high level of professionalism.

Dr. Michael Froeschl, Program Director Adult Cardiology

Teaching Skills Attainment Award, Level III with Distinction

This award provides recognition to those members of the Faculty of Medicine who have demonstrated commitment to the development of their teaching skills through faculty development by attending 130 hours of formal Faculty Development Training, have presented an education workshop at a national or other recognized high-level medical education meeting, and have presented an educational innovation or medical education research findings at a national or other recognized high-level medical education meeting during a platform session OR have published an original article in a peer reviewed journal on an education related topic.

Dr. Hugh McMillan, Program Director, Pediatric Neurology

Dr. McMillan wins award.

 

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