Research Associate, ATLAS Laboratory
Dr Jeff Wiseman is a specialist in Internal Medicine and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the McGill Faculty of Medicine who practices at the McGill University Health Sciences Centre, Glenn Site. He is a Core Member of the McGill Centre for Medical Education, Associate Member of the McGill Faculty of Education ATLAS (Advanced Technologies for Learning in Authentic Settings) Laboratory, McGill Faculty of Medicine Director of Faculty Development for the New Curriculum Initiative, Royal College International Academy Workshop Leader and Educator and Medical Advisor for the Quebec division of the BMO Financial Group. His current research interests include technology-rich learning environments, simulations, serious games, clinical reasoning and the effects of emotions on learning and clinical reasoning, conflict resolution and critical theory. He is currently creating a serious medical smartphone-based game called the "Deteriorating Patient App" with the aim of helping medical students learn how to stabilize acutely ill patients when on call.
In the past he has been Chief Examiner for the French Internal Medicine Royal College Certification Examination, Investigator with the McGill Educational Initiative on Interprofessional Collaboration, Director of a general internal medicine Clinical Teaching Unit at the Royal Victoria Hospital, McGill Internal Medicine Clerkship Director and Director of the RVH and Westmount Square Executive Health Clinics.
Jeff Wiseman is a lifelong habitual athlete who enjoys varying combinations of running, cycling, weight training and swimming. He rarely passes up opportunities to learn something new. He is a former musician (member of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra chorus) and audiophile who loves diverse kinds of well-recorded and live music. Jeff enjoys traveling widely and learning about different cultures.
E-mail: jeffrey.wiseman [at] mcgill.ca
Tel: (514) 934-1934 ext. 36144