Annual Dr. Ian McWhinney Lecture Series
Thank you for joining us to celebrate the third annual Dr. Ian McWhinney Lecture Series.
The Department of Family Medicine invites you to the annual Dr. Ian McWhinney Lecture Series on September 20, 2017 in Room 1150 of the Western Centre for Public Health and Family Medicine.
Dr. Green's career has spanned the period in which family medicine successfully emerged from general practice. He remains enthusiastic about the further use of “recently developed” family medicine infrastructures and systems to collaborate with public health and mental health enterprises to contribute to achieving better health care that is affordable and improves health.
The title of Dr. Green's lecture is Will People have a Personal Physician Anymore?
Centre for Studies in Family Medicine Research Review – 1:00-2:00 p.m.
- Merrick Zwarenstein, MB, BCh, PhD – Research Overview
- Judith Belle Brown, PhD and Cathy Thorpe, MA – “I have Something to Say”: Meaningful Engagement of Family Physicians in Health System Change
- Dr. Daniel Leger – Studying Symptoms in Family Practice and their Clinical Implications: The SMART Study
- Bridget Ryan, PhD – Characterizing Multimorbidity in Ontario: Looking Beyond the Grey Tsunami
- Dr. Stewart Harris, Ian McWhinney Chair of Family Medicine Studies – The ‘forgotten’ risk of hypoglycemia in primary care and its contribution to clinical inertia in diabetes care
Opening Remarks and Annual Dr. Ian McWhinney Lecture – 2:30-4:00 p.m.
- Dr. Larry Green, Professor of Family Medicine at The University of Colorado School of Medicine – Will People have a Personal Physician Anymore?
Celebratory Reception – 4:00 p.m.
Both the Dr. Ian McWhinney Lecture and the CSFM Research Review will be available via Livestream for those unable to attend in person.
Online registration is now open. RSVP TODAY. Residents and learners can register HERE.
Deadline to register is Friday, September 15.