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Dr. Miriam Boillat and Dr. Marion Dove speaking at the Faculty Development Series for New Faculty held in May, 2015.

The offices of the Faculty Development Office are located in Lady Meredith House, a historical building built in 1897 and acquired by McGill in 1975.

The Faculty Development Office hosts a number of Medical Education Rounds per year where experts come to share their expertise in various aspects of medical education.

Faculty members can share experiences with colleagues and learn about various topics at faculty development workshops. Registration information.

The Faculty Development Office offers four workshops per semester on topics related to teaching, leadership, grant writing, IT and more, all of which aim to support faculty members in their roles within the Faculty of Medicine.


Faculty Development workshops are facilitated by faculty members who have expertise in medical education. They represent a wide spectrum of health sciences professions, including nursing, physical & occupational therapy, & more.

Dr. Richard Cruess, former Dean to the Faculty of Medicine, presents at a workshop on 'Role Modelling: Making the Implicit Explicit'.

The Faculty Development Office ensures that all its activities and programs allow for interprofessional dialogue.

Dr. Miriam Boillat, Associate Dean of the Faculty Development Office, speaking at the Orientation Workshop for New Faculty held in October, 2014.

At a workshop on Role Modelling, a small group discusses tangible ways of increasing the impact of role modelling in their practice.

The 2009-10 honourees: Drs. Jeffrey Wiseman. Nancy May, Kenneth Doyle, Lucy Gilbert, Roland Grad, Yvonne Steinert (Faculty Development Office) and Renzo Cecere. Drs. Hema Patel and Celia Rodd are absent from this photo.

Dr. Adam Finkelstein and Ms. Effi Kaoukis represented Teaching and Learning Services at the previous Orientation Workshop for New Faculty.

2015-2016 Faculty Honour List honourees. From left to right starting with Dean Eidleman: Dr. C. Rodriguez, Ms. E. Doucette, Dr. C. Wolfson, Ms. S. Rouleau, Dr. L. Nguyen, Dr. P. Puligandla, Dr. S. Bergman and ending with Dr. Boillat.

2016-2017 Faculty Honour List Honourees. From the left of Miriam Boillat: Richard Preuss, Beth-Ann Cummings, Nicolas Cermakian, Stephen Liben, Lia Sanzone. Missing: Elaine Davis, Liane Feldman, Melina Vassiliou.

Faculty Development Office


Orientation Workshop for "New" Faculty
Thomson House, 3650 McTavish Street
October 25, 2016 from 08h30-13h00
PDF icon Flyer - Orientation Workshop for New Faculty

Roles in Interprofessional Teams (IPEA 500)*
McIntyre Medical Building
3655 promenade Sir William Osler, Room 210
October 19, 2016 and November 2, 2016 from 13h30-14h30
*The target audience for this workshop is faculty who have signed up to be facilitators for the IPEA 500 student session.*
More information please click the following link.

Outaouais - L’évaluation formative et sommative: Rétroaction constructive, évaluation juste!
UMF de Gatineau, 500, boul. de l’Hôpital, Salle Dr Gilles Brousseau (local 201)
Vendredi le 4 novembre, 2016 de 08h00 a 12h00

Safety is Everybody's Business: Building Quality from the Ground Up
Glen Teaching Site, Amphitheatre, S1 Block E
November 7, 2016 from 13h30- 17h00
*This workshop is preceded by an Education Grand Rounds with Chris Power, CEO of the Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) from12h00-13h00. PDF icon Flyer - Chris Power (CPSI)
Flyer - Patient Safety.PDF

Role Modelling: Making the Implicit Explicit
Steinberg Centre for Simulation & Interactive Learning
3575 Parc, Suite 5640
November 21, 2016 from 13h00-16h30
PDF icon Flyer - Role Modelling

Assessment Strategies in Biomedical Courses: Going Beyond Multiple-Choice Questions
CyberMed Classroom 210/11, McIntyre Medical Sciences Building
December 1, 2016 from 08h30-12h00
PDF icon Flyer - Assessment Strategies in Biomedical Courses

Competency Based Education in the Health Professions: The Future is Now!
Meakins Amphitheatre, 5th Floor (521), McIntyre Medical Sciences Building
December 1st, 2016 from 16h00-17h30
Flyer - Medical Education Rounds.pdf

Patient-Centered Care in Action: An Interprofessional Appraoch (IPEA 502)*
Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning, 3575 ave. du Parc, Suite 5640
January 10, 2016 from 17h00-20h00
*The target audience for this workshop is faculty who have signed up to be facilitators for the IPEA 502 student session.
More information please click the following link.