HUGH SCOTT MD, MA, FRCPC graduated in Medicine from Queen’s University in 1961. After Residency training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at the Royal Victoria Hospital he was the American Heart Association Fellow in Medical Education at Michigan State University from 1967-69. He joined the Department of Medicine at the Royal Victoria and McGill in 1969. He was the founding Director of the McGill Centre for Medical Education in 1975. In the intervening years he has held a variety of positions including Programme Director in Internal Medicine, Professor and Chair in Medicine at the University of Sherbrooke, Associate Dean Postgraduate Medical Education at McGill, Principal and Vice-Chancellor at Bishop’s University, Executive Director of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Executive Director of the McGill University Health Centre and President of the Scarborough Hospital. He is currently an Emeritus Professor of Medicine at McGill.
Current Research Interests: Factors influencing Health Care costs in Canada and implications for Medical Education.
E-mail: hugh [dot] scott [at] mcgill [dot] ca