We are welcoming submissions for a variety of awards and prizes. All applications and nominations are due by September 13, 2019. Apply for an opportunity Detweiler Travelling Fellowship Gain valuable experience at medical centres in Canada or abroad. Open to final-year residents or Fellows up to five years post-certification. Senior Detweilers are open to Fellows […]
Celebrating the professional achievements of Royal College Fellows and Resident Affiliates! Awards Several Fellows are recipients of 2019 CMA Awards: Mamta Gautam, MD, FRCPC, is the recipient of the May Cohen Award for Women Mentors. Ak’ingabe Guyon, MD, FRCPC, is the recipient of the CMA Medal of Service (read Dr. Guyon’s story in the 2018 […]
Much of Dr. Wilson’s impact and influence in medical education stems from his numerous roles with the Royal College, for which he is being honoured as the 2019 recipient of the James H. Graham Award of Merit.
A researcher, innovator and prolific contributor to scholarly journals, Rachel Ellaway, PhD, is this year’s winner of the Duncan Graham Award for Outstanding Contribution to Medical Education.
Dr. Finlay is lauded for her ability to communicate the theoretical underpinnings of these professional competencies and translating them into specific roles.
Dear colleagues, World Humanitarian Day falls on August 19. What better time to announce this year’s recipient of the Royal College Teasdale-Corti Humanitarian Award? Without fail, I am impressed by the selflessness, unwavering commitment and heart for service that recipients of this award share. I hope you will take a few moments to learn more […]
Dear colleagues, I’d like to invite you to watch a short video. Better than any words I can share, this three-minute video explains why Catherine L. Cook, MD, MSc, CCFP, FCFP, has been named the recipient of our Dr. Thomas Dignan Indigenous Health Award for 2018. Dr. Cook, a proud Métis woman, began as a […]
Get to know this year’s recipients, chosen from a competitive field of extraordinary nominations. Their stories remind us that, working together, each of our unique skillsets can be used to influence real and lasting improvements at the systems’ and patient-care levels.
Dear colleagues, When Jason Pennington attended the University of Toronto from 1996 to 2000, he was for a time the only identified Indigenous student in the entire medical school. What’s more, in his four years of study, there was only one lecture on Indigenous health in the curriculum. It’s no secret that Indigenous health […]
Dear colleagues, Please join me in congratulating our newest award winners: An intensivist who worked at the forefront of the Ebola crisis in West Africa, where he introduced new care procedures to great success and later co-authored landmark publications. (Royal College Teasdale-Corti Humanitarian Award) A surgeon and quality improvement advocate, with a unique specialization in […]