Michele-V-thumb.pngJanuary 2023 Newsletter

In this month's eNewsletter we welcome Claudia Jarosz into the role of Academic/Research Project Program Coordinator on the Postgraduate Team. The newsletter also features a staff profile of Michele Vanderspank and celebrates Dr. Bridget Ryan's promotion to Associate Professor. 

February 2023 Newsletter

In this month's eNewsletter we discuss why family medicine IS still an attractive specialty, meet three young people who want to practice family medicine in Ontario, and celebrate the nearly $1.5 million in federal funding announced to support two Western researchers looking to improve health care for Canadians experiencing transitions in care.

March 2023 Newsletter

In this month's eNewsletter we welcome Claudia Jarosz, our new Postgraduate Academic Program Coordinator, meet Maegan Miklas, one of the senior executives for the family medicine interest group, and celebrate Dr. Cathy Faulds for being recognized at the 24th Annual Salute to Laudable Londoners.

April 2023 Newsletter

In this month's eNewsletter we released the finalized version of the Department of Family Medicine new mission, vision, and strategic plan in this month’s newsletter. “Passion and Purpose 2027” is the culmination of almost six months of work and consultation. 

June 2023 Newsletter

In this month's eNewsletter we congratulated and celebrated our graduating residents, shared in Resident Project Day, and announced a new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activity called HealtheSteps® Lifestyle Counselling for the Prevention of Chronic Disease for physicians and residents.


September/October 2023 Newsletter

In this month's eNewsletter we presented our annual Dr. Ian McWhinney Lecture Series, launched the 2023-24 Family Medicine Graduate Programs' academic year with the on-site portion, and welcomed Stacey Bastien in the role of Graduate Studies and Faculty Development Coordinator.

Julie-C.pngNovember/December Newsletter

In this month's eNewsletter we said goodbye and thank you to Dr. Julie Copeland, met our 2023/2024 Family Medicine chief residents, and congratulated Dr. Thomas Freeman on receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award in Family Medicine Research from the College of Family Physicians of Canada.