2020 Summer Studentship Program - Projects on Innovation in Medical Education
A total of seven summer studentship projects are available this year. Please click on the title to see the description. Application procedures are noted below.
- Side by Side, evaluation of a student support program for students
- Supervisor: Dr. Kay-Anne Haykal
- Un outil clinique destiné aux étudiants en médecine et aux médecins de famille, facilitant la prise en charge de personne âgées
- Supervisor: Dr. John Joanisse
- Introduire le concept de choix judicieux (choosing wisely) dans les APC
- Supervisor: Dr. Isabelle Burnier
- Améliorer l'anamnèse sexuelle et savoir adresser les besoins spécifiques de la population LGBTQ+ par une vidéo pédagogique
- Supervisors: Dr. Marie Hélène Chomienne and Dr. Karine Toupin-April
- Improving preparation and transition to clerkship in Unit IV (Integration), development of a medical student focused survey
- Supervisors : Dr. Stefan de Laplante and Dr. Craig Campbell
- What do students want our teachers to do better? Incorporating medical student feedback into faculty development programming
- Supervisor: Dr. Heather Lochnan
- Modernizing preclerkship medical education: the flipped classroom model to enhance learning experiences
- Supervisor: Dr. Christopher Tran
- Eligibility: University of Ottawa UGME students currently in first or second year.
- All students and supervisors will be contacted advising them of the results by May 15, 2020.
- It is mandatory for students to present a poster of their project at a forum to be held November 6, 2020.
- No funding from the UGME office will be provided for supplies and poster board.
- Please complete the Studentship Application Form.
- You may apply to up to 3 projects. Please indicate your order of preference on the application form.
- Applications are due by April 6, 2020.
- Please do not contact the supervisor of the project to enquire about the application process, as it is centralized within UGME to maximize matching applicants to projects.
(Please note that these programs are separate and independent from a similar program sponsored by the Research Office.)