Canada’s connection to surgical care in Fiji and Guyana
Believing in education, the 2020 International Collaboration Award recipient, Dr. Brian Cameron, helped formalize surgical training in Fiji and Guyana with the help of Canadian physicians.
Dr. Olivier Mailloux’s military training proves invaluable for his work bringing change to rural practice
Dr. Olivier Mailloux has shaken up rural practice, improving longitudinal care, building up an academic culture, encouraging resident placements and reviving St. John Ambulance. Read more about this Early-Career Award recipient.
From blogs to board games, Dr. Teresa Chan takes knowledge-sharing to the next level
Dr. Teresa Chan is energized by finding new ways to communicate, mentor and share knowledge. Using a mix of traditional and unconventional means, this Early-Career Award recipient has proven her tactics to be effective.
A quest to learn from the best
After practising Gastroenterology for more than 13 years, Dr. Ralph Lee spent seven months in Japan to learn a new technique for removing difficult, often oversized polyps.
Canada-Tanzania partnership will enhance clinical skills and training
Find out how Royal College funding will help the University of Calgary’s Cumming School of Medicine address locally identified needs in physician training and practice in Tanzania.
Teaching sustainable craniofacial surgical skills in Ukraine
Craniofacial trauma is widespread in Ukraine. Dr. Tara-Lynn Teshima and volunteers from Sunnybrook will be using Royal College funding to help physicians apply new techniques.