Dr. Topps is well known for her ability to advance medical education through strategic, effective and inclusive collaboration and cooperation.
The Royal College has introduced a new tablet-based system for examiners to grade exams. By fall 2022, this technology is expected to be in use by all specialties.
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.
Long-time Royal College volunteer Connie Switzer, MD, FRCPC, is clinical professor in the Division of Gastroenterology at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry.
Jordan Tarshis, MD, FRCPC, is an anesthesiologist with a strong academic bent and a particular interest in simulation training.
In 2011, the Royal College established the Areas of Focused Competence (AFC) diploma. Scores of volunteers have been key to the implementation of this new category.