The Department of Family Medicine would like to wish you and your family a happy and healthy holiday season. Our office will close for the holidays on Friday, Dec. 23 and reopen on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017.
In this month's eNewsletter: we celebrate our achievements, hear how the Citywide Department of Family Medicine is working to bring family physicians back into the hospital care setting, and meet Dr. Alethea Anderson.
In this month's eNewsletter: Dr. Stewart Harris is honoured as a member of the Order of Canada, the Center for Studies in Family Medicine announces two new research focused Adjunct Faculty members, and Dr. Pauline Boeckxstaens, from Ghent, Belgium, joins the department as a post-doctoral fellow on the PACE team.
In this month's eNewsletter: Resident Project Day registration is now open, Dr. Marie-Dominique Beaulieu confirmed as the Dr. Ian McWhinney Lecture Series speaker, Dr. Jane Thornton on the importance of physical activity in bettering overall health, and the department celebrates the work and retirement of Ms. Sheila Porter, Clinical Trials Coordinator.
In this month's eNewsletter: Palliative and End-of-Life Care (LEAP) is coming to the department, Family Medicine top residency choice for Schulich Medicine students in 2016 CaRMS match, and Dr. Kyle Carter looks to continue to foster the support he received as a learner with his residents and students in the Family Medicine training program.
In this month's eNewsletter: Dr. Stacey Valiquet succeeds Dr. Jo-Anne Hammond in the role of Medical Director at the Victoria Family Medical Centre, Drs. Bhooma Bhayana and Natalie Lovesey present Refugee Health 101 at an information session for Syrian refugees, and Dr. Sofia Cuba explains why she chose to pursue our MClSc in family medicine program.
In this month's enewsletter: The department of family medicine welcomes CaRMS applicants, Family Medicine Study Guide is LIVE, and Dr. Wendy Kennette says leaving her longtime career as a cancer researcher to train as a family doctor in her hometown has definitely been worth it.