ROLE PURPOSE: Reporting to the Director, Clinical Care, the Head of Nursing is responsible for providing leadership to the nursing team, that includes Registered Nurses (RN), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) and Patient Care Attendants (PCA) and collaborating with management across the Residence to provide best in class and consistent end of life care and support to our patients and their families that is aligned with our mission and palliative care philosophy.
The Department of Family Medicine at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University, is seeking applications for the Dr. Ian McWhinney Chair in Family Medicine. Candidates must hold an MD or equivalent and practice as a family physician. Candidates must also hold certification or be eligible for certification from the College of Family Physicians of Canada and be eligible for licensure in the Province of Ontario.
Dr. David Ortiz-Paredes, general physician and member of the Family Medicine Education Research Group, obtained his Master’s degree from McGill University’s Department of Family Medicine in 2019. Dr. Ortiz-Paredes was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia, where he completed his medical education at Universidad Javeriana. His experience as a primary care physician in a small town in Colombia sparked his yearning for further knowledge in the doctor-patient relationship, role modelling, communication skills, medical professional identity and continuing professional development.
Please find below some of our upcoming events/session for Winter 2021.
Deadline to submit nominations for Faculty Honour List 2021-2022
February 1st, 2021 at 5pm
Your Teaching Journey @ McGill
Module 2: The Teacher-Learner Relationship
Online component available from February 26, 2021
Choice of March 24, 2021(11h-13h) March 26, 2021 (13h-15h in French) or on March 29, 2021 (11h-13h)
We are reaching out to you in hope that you can help us with the CFPC’s Outcomes of Training Project which involves conducting national focus groups with early career family physicians. We are conducting a study to examine preparedness and the factors that influence practice choices of early career family physicians in their first five years. Understanding these factors is critical for the CFPC as we begin to better advocate to governments using evidence to support our family physicians.
Mark you calendar and join us for our inaugural virtual conference series in mental health.
Are you passionate about Global Health? Do you want to learn more about humanitarian health, policy in health systems and how to advocate for health equity, amongst other topics? Are you looking for a way to effectively engage in global health efforts in an interprofessional manner in this new COVID-19 era? The Interprofessional Global Health Course (IPGHC) is perfect for you!
This COVID-19 Vaccine webinar will inform Canadian health care providers about the COVID-19 vaccines to increase their knowledge and confidence in the vaccines. Each module will include a 10-15 minutes moderated/ live question and answer session
When: December 14, 2020 from 1 to 3 pm.
This live interactive virtual forum will take place on Wednesday, December 9 between 1:00 and 2:30pm ET.
Panelists: Dr Priscilla Phiri, AIP Instructor, AOGM (Malawi), Dr Elias Kweyamba, EmONC trainor, AGOTA (Tanzania), Dr. Laura MacLaren, member of McGill's Department of Family Medicine and AIP Instructor, SOGC (Canada)
Moderator: Dr. Dario Garcia (SOGC President)
L’association Méthodes mixtes francophonie annonce la toute première édition d’un colloque virtuel qui se tiendra les 6 et 7 mai 2021 de 9h00 à 11h00 (heure normale de l'Est (HNE) -0500 UTC). Le colloque portera sur les « Théories et pratiques en méthodes mixtes ».
Vous pouvez retrouvez la Dre Isabelle Vedel and le Dr Pierre Pluye sur le comité des directeurs!
The Department of Family Medicine is thrilled to welcome Francesca Valenti as the new Research and Graduate Program Manager. Francesca has a Bachelor’s degree in International Development from McGill University and is currently pursuing a certificate in Project Management at HEC Montreal.
By: Yasmine Elmir
By: Yasmine Elmir
Personalized breast cancer screening: Your opinion matters!
Advances in genomics now make it possible to develop a screening plan for breast cancer tailored to each woman's risk level. Help us know how this personalized approach could fit into clinical practice. We invite you to answer this short questionnaire, which will take between 12 and 15 minutes.
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ReCharge is a series of 7 workshops facilitated by a clinical nurse that responds to the needs of English-speaking caregivers throughout the Montérégie region by providing a variety of technical and practical health care topics to take care for their loved ones, as well as mindfulness activities that serve for the caregivers to recharge their own energy.
The health care technical part of the workshops covers: