Researchers and collaborators seek to improve the care of people living with dementia and their families

One of the projects, titled “COGNISANCE: Co-designing dementia diagnosis and post-diagnostic care,” will be led in Canada by Dr. Isabelle Vedel at McGill University.
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Dr. Marion Dove receives the McGill PGME Program Director Leadership Award


The award recognizes her outstanding commitment to enhancing residency education and her dedication to driving ongoing innovation to improve the program and the University. 
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Register now for the 2019 Summer Session! 

The Research and Graduate Programs Division of the Department of Family Medicine is proud to present its official summer session for May and June 2019. We offer training for patient-oriented, community-based research with innovative methodologies and participatory approaches.
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Two Faculty Members Receive CFPC 40th Anniversary SoT Awards

Two members of the Department of Family Medicine - Drs. Julie Massé and Teresa Rudkin – were both highlighted in a series of profiles on family medicine educators, published by the Quebec’s division of the CFPC, the Collège québécois des médecins de famille.
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PhD Program Accredited: Another Win for Family Medicine

True to its mission of excellence, this year the Department is celebrating yet another milestone in its success story: the official accreditation of its PhD program in Family Medicine and Primary Care.
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Peking and McGill: Learning from Each Other to Improve Primary Health Care

On November 20, 2018, leaders from McGill University traveled to Beijing to attend the first Joint Symposium on Primary Health Care, From Policy to Action: Strengthening Primary Health Care as the Foundation of our Health Systems
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Department of Family Medicine

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