Understanding Change by Dr. Gary Tithecott Change is a staple in the diet of everyday life, and as a health professional, your life will be full of change. I urge you to understand each change that impacts you as an opportunity be an advocate and participant – make a difference and help make change for the better.
A message to Meds 2017 and 2018 from Dr. Gary Tithecott Congratulations to Meds 2017 on completing your Clerkship year. I wish you each success in Clinical Science Electives, as you travel near and far to advance your clinical skills and decision making. To Meds 2018 - welcome to Clerkship!
Welcome to the Class of 2020 from Dr. Gary Tithecott Welcome to the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry! You will be a member of Meds 2020, part of one class – two campuses. We look forward to working with you during four years of study in UME and possibly beyond into residency at our School.
Thank you to our Discovery Week faculty, partners and communities Drs. Gary Tithecott and George Kim share a special thank you for the faculty members, health team professionals, patients, families and communities who have shared their time, resources, hospitality and wisdom with the Medicine Class of 2019 during Discovery Week.
Achievements by Dr. Gary Tithecott Dr. Gary Tithecott reflects on how achievements are accomplished through support and teamwork, and shares some parting life lessons with the graduating Medicine Class of 2016.
Faculty reflection by Gerry Cooper, associate dean Gerry Cooper, EdD, associate dean, discusses the importance of Communication, Collaboration and Health Advocacy in medical education, and concludes with wishes for the Medicine Class of 2016, graduating on May 13.
Culture by Dr. Gary Tithecott It is said by many that success is driven by the culture within an organization. Events of the past week drove that home for me and left a lasting impression – here’s why.
Gifts and Gratitude by Dr. Gary Tithecott Gifts are wonderful opportunities for reflection. After all, the main thing one should do on receiving a gift is to be grateful for it. This past week, I was privileged to receive two separate gifts that were meaningful to me. Two opportunities for gratitude. Let me explain.
Faculty reflection: It lies in the balance Dr. Magbule Doko reflects on work-life balance in medicine. She is a family physician in Windsor and adjunct professor with Schulich Medicine. Read the full CMAJ blog post.
Season's greetings from Dr. Gary Tithecott It has been a memorable year for our School and program – a testament to who we are and where we can go working together as a team over the next year. Please have a safe and joyous holiday season with friends and family.
Faculty reflection by Gerry Cooper, associate dean Gerry Cooper, EdD, associate dean, reflects on the Windsor Program's successes as a leader in distributed medical education and overviews upcoming awards and recognition opportunities for faculty, staff and students.