Dr. Allison Webb: 2020 International Resident Leadership Award recipient

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October 19, 2020

A graduate of Duke University’s School of Medicine and a Captain in the United States Army, Dr. Allison Webb has had more of an impact on her program than any of her colleagues have seen from another resident. Dr. Webb recently graduated from the combined Internal Medicine – Psychiatry program […]

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Dr. Felix Ankel: 2020 International Medical Educator of the Year Award recipient

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October 19, 2020

Dr. Felix Ankel is professor of emergency medicine at the University of Minnesota and Associate Dean for Medical School Faculty at HealthPartners hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As his colleagues put it, Dr. Ankel is an incubator, provocateur, mensch, futurist and idea collider who enhances instructional innovation, humanistic education and workforce […]

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Rachel Glennie: 2020 Program Administrator Award for Excellence recipient

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October 19, 2020

Rachel Glennie is regarded as among the most valuable members of the University of Ottawa’s Internal Medicine program. She is a living and breathing demonstration of the CanMEDS ATA Roles of manager, administrative expert, scholar, collaborator, leader and consummate professional. A flawless manager In a program with 90-plus trainees, where […]

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Dr. Justin Hall: 2020 Kristin Sivertz Resident Leadership Award recipient

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October 19, 2020

Dr. Justin Hall was the chief resident of emergency medicine at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. With an MBA, Master of Public Health, Diploma in High Performance Coaching and many other academic achievements to his credit, Dr. Hall’s colleagues describe him as “the finest blend of intellectual and emotional intelligence.” Dr. […]

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Announcing the ICRE 2020: Top papers

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September 17, 2020

We are thrilled to announce the ICRE 2020 top papers in the following categories: Royal College/JGME Top Research Royal College/JGME Top Resident Research Royal College/JGME Top Quality Improvement (QI) What Works All top papers will be presented over the coming months during the ICRE kickoff and serialized content. Details on […]

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The lack of diversity in medicine is an emergency: The way forward

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September 23, 2019

On Saturday, September 28, Dr. Quinn Capers will deliver the ICRE 2019’s closing plenary lecture addressing the lack of diversity in medicine today, and thoughts about the way forward for educators and institutions. Dr. Capers is an interventional cardiologist, medical educator, and the Vice Dean for Faculty Affairs (formerly Associate […]

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