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Welcome to the Department of Medicine at McGill University

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The Department of Medicine is a large, multifaceted academic and clinical organization built around the medical services of McGill's principal teaching hospitals: the McGill University Health Center, the Jewish General Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital. In addition to clinical and teaching services directly related to patient care, the Department includes a broad array of research programs and its effort extends to all McGill hospitals and to the McGill campus with its researchers based at the Research Institute of the MUHC, the Lady Davis Research Institute, the Genome Center, the McGill Life Sciences Complex and the Goodman Cancer Center.  The Department is part of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and is a major contributor to the undergraduate medical curriculum.  It is responsible for a large number of residency training programs, in core internal medicine as well as in a large number of sub-specialties of medicine and it also serves as the host for one of the largest graduate programs within the University, administered through the Division of Experimental Medicine.  Enjoy your visit to our website.

If you are interested in a career in medicine, please visit the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences' Admissions website.
 

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MUHC Medical Grand Rounds



Oct. 4, 2022
 

Words matter

 

Dr. David Eidelman, MDCM, FRCPC, FACP
Vice-Principal (Health Affairs) and Dean/Vice-Principal (Santé et affaires médicales) et doyen
Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences / Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé
McGill University/Université McGill

 

Full Schedule

 

 

JGH Medical Grand Rounds


Oct. 3, 2022

 

EIGHTH ANNUAL JGH DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE CLINICAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM

 

I.  MINIMAL RESIDUAL DISEASE IN MULTIPLE MYELOMA - INVESTIGATING NOVEL METHODS TO HELP BETTER PREDICT OUTCOMES

 

Rayan Kaedbey, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, McGill University
Division of Hematology, Jewish General Hospital

 

II. ANTICOAGULATION STEWARDSHIP: DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF A NOVEL APPROACH TO APPROPRIATE ANTICOAGULANT PRESCRIPTION

 

Maral Koolian, MD, MSc
Assistant Professor of Medicine, McGill University
Division of Internal Medicine, Jewish General Hospital
Ryan Kerzner, B. Pharm., MSc
Pharmacist, Jewish General Hospital

 

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Department of Medicine Career Paths

The Department of Medicine has defined career paths to help ensure equity between Faculty members and manage expectations at the time of recruitment, appointment, annual review and re-appointment.

The DOM career paths set ranges/ballasts upon which Faculty members and leaders can expect/gauge time allotment in the domains of clinical care, teaching, research and administration.

Our hope is that attributing meaningful protected time in the academic domains will lead to academic success that is recognized/acknowledged through McGill promotion and other forms of recognition.

McGill promotion standards are focused on demonstrating superior contributions in at least 2 of 3 domains (teaching (quality/quantity), research and service to the academic community (internal/external)). Promotion can be achieved through any of the career paths.

These career path definitions have been harmonized with affiliated hospital department rules/norms and cultures.

McGill DOM Funding Competition for Quality Improvement Studies

Open to physician contract academic staff (CAS) at the JGH, SMH, and the MUHC

Cross-site collaborations and projects assessing an intervention as opposed to descriptive/cohort studies will be prioritized.

Funding decisions will be based on a critical review of eligible proposals by the Quality Improvement/Patient Safety Scholarly Project Committee, which includes membership representation from across all hospital sites.

Timeline:

  • Announcement date: October 15, 2021
  • Application deadline: November 15, 2021
  • Announcement of results: TBA
  • Funding start date: TBA
  • Duration of funding: 12 months with option for one time 12-month renewal based on a satisfactory interim progress report

For full details of this funding competition and to download the McGill DOM Funding Competition for Quality Improvement Studies Application Form click here

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