The Department of Family Medicine is excited to welcome you at the Spring Faculty Retreat at the Fairmont Château Montebello, QC, on Friday, April 1 and Saturday, April 2, 2022!
Spring is the season of growth and rejuvenation, which aligns with our theme for the event. We are excited to reconvene and enjoy all that Montebello has to offer during the Spring season, and we are optimistic the COVID restrictions will be eased at this point.
All participants who have registered for the event, please ensure to add this to your calendars and prepare for a great event. Please note, there is still space available, and we would love to have you join us! If you are interested in registering, please contact Andrea Rawley.
Please expect to receive important event information in the months to follow as our programming and planning continues. We will be sharing a complete event program with all participants once finalized.
As always, if you have any questions, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, January 14 to Saturday January 15, 2022
Fairmont Château Montebello
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Alison is a bilingual family doctor at Centretown Community Health Centre, Ottawa, Ontario. She cares for a full scope practice with a focus on frail, home bound elderly and new Canadians. Centretown uses a team approach to the most vulnerable in our community. Alison is also involved in multidisciplinary research into aspects of services to vulnerable populations. She has worked in community health centers for over 25 years.
Alison was the Postgraduate Program Director of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Ottawa from 2011- 2017 and the IMG director from 2006-2011. She continues to work with the University of Ottawa in medical education. She is currently the primary care lead for eConsult in Ontario and actively involved in the Ontario Health Teams, Kids Come First and the Ottawa OHT. Alison has worked internationally with the Red Cross in Sri Lanka and Haiti doing disaster relieve and program development. She is a mother of 3 and thinking about being a more and more of a craft person as she ages.
Alison Eyre, MDCM, CCFP, FCFP
Associate Professor, University of Ottawa
Faculty of Medicine
Dr. Claire Kendall is an Associate Professor with the Department of Family Medicine, University of Ottawa; Clinician Investigator at the C.T. Lamont Primary Health Care Research Centre, Bruyère Research Institute; and a practicing family physician with the Bruyère Family Health Team. She is an Adjunct Scientist at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences and in the Clinical Epidemiology Program at The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. Dr. Kendall holds a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) – Ontario HIV Treatment Network New Investigator Award in the Area of Health Services/Population Health HIV/AIDS Health Services Research.
Dr. Clare Liddy is the Interim Chair and an Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa’s Department of Family Medicine with a Tier 2 Chair in Brain-Mind Research, a Clinical Investigator at the C.T. Lamont Primary Health Care Research Centre, a Senior Researcher at the Bruyère Research Institute, and a practicing family physician at the Ottawa Hospital Academic Family Health Team. She is the Primary Care Lead for the award-winning Champlain BASE™ eConsult service and the Co-Executive Director of the Ontario eConsult Centre of Excellence, which is managing the expansion of eConsult across Ontario.
Doug is the Director of Research and Innovation and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine with a cross-appointment to the Department of Innovation in Medical Education and the Faculty of Education. He is the lead for the Program for Research Innovation and Medical Education (PRIME) and works to support research development, evaluation of research projects designed to enhance undergraduate and postgraduate medical education as well as faculty development in the Department of Family Medicine. He is also a faculty instructor for NAPCRG’s Grant Generation Project.
Dr. Seale graduated from the McGill University Medical School in 1992. He then did a 3-year residency in family medicine and emergency medicine at the University of Ottawa. From 2005-2017 he was the Director of Community of Rural practices, from 2017-2018 Enhances Skills Director and since 2018 has been the Postgraduate Program with the department of family medicine at the University of Ottawa. Dr. Seale is a father to three and enjoys attempting to play hockey in his spare time.
Dr. Wooltorton works at the Ottawa Hospital Civic Campus teaching unit, and recently completed a Masters in Education (Health
Professions Education) at uOttawa. He was previously the uOttawa Department of Family Medicine's Director of Curriculum, and is now the Director of Faculty Development. He loves "Dad jokes". Sorry.
Liz Muggah is a family physician who practices and teaches at the Bruyere Academic FHT. She is the Assistant Dean Wellness at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine.
More information coming soon!
More information coming soon!
Ni manàdjiyànànig Màmìwininì Anishinàbeg, ogog kà nàgadawàbandadjig iyo akì eko weshkad. Ako nongom ega wìkàd kì mìgiwewàdj. Ni manàdjiyànànig kakina Anishinàbeg ondaje kaye ogog kakina eniyagizidjig enigokamigàg Kanadàng eji ondàpinangig endàwàdjin Odàwàng.
We pay respect to the Algonquin people, the traditional guardians of this land which remains unceded, and to all Indigenous people from across Canada who call Ottawa home.
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