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:
Chatline is a student-run online extension of McGill Students’ Nightline. It is a confidential, anonymous, and non-judgmental instant messaging service. Chatters will be connected to one of our volunteers through an anonymous platform. Our volunteers are trained in empathetic active listening, and can also provide information, referrals, and non-professional guidance during a crisis.
The Undergraduate Medical Education Office is inviting applications for the position of Professionalism Advisor (PA). The specific responsibilities of the PA are to receive, review, and act upon reports of alleged exemplary and/or suboptimal professional behaviours by students registered in the MDCM program (or related joint programs), as described in the UGME Policy on Student Professionalism Behaviours and the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Code
Once again, we are approaching the annual NAPCRG (North American Primary Care Research Group) conference where we have traditionally had a very strong turn out by our McGill Department of Family Medicine!
Again this year, we are pleased to include a modified schedule that highlights all of our student and Faculty presentations.
McGill Research at a glance 2020
November 12, 2020
Publié le 1 novembre 2020, La Presse
Des remerciements de Claude Castonguay Au cours des 30 dernières années, j’ai rédigé de nombreuses chroniques sur une variété de sujets. Les gens m’ont témoigné en grand nombre leur appui de différentes façons. Ils ont exprimé leur désir de me voir continuer de commenter les évènements.
The Department of Family Medicine (Halifax Site), Dalhousie University and NSHA, invites applications for a full-time academic family physician. Candidates will be appointed as Dalhousie Faculty and active staff with the Central Zone Department of Family Practice, Nova Scotia Health and potentially the IWK. This position involves provision of ambulatory, team-based, and comprehensive academic family medicine care including clinical supervision of medical learners.
Seeking participation in a service provider education study - learning how to recognize & respond to family violence
McGill Professor Dr. Delphine Collin-Vézina, as a member of the RISE (Researching the Impact of Service provider Education) research team, is inviting you to participate in a national, Public Health Agency of Canada-funded study aiming to improve care in situations of family violence.
The third edition of the Indigenous Welcoming Ceremony, held on October 27, honoured seven Indigenous academic staff from a wide range of disciplines, including history, political science, linguistics, anthropology and medicine. The two-hour-plus virtual ceremony welcomed six new academic hires, as well as a relatively recent hire who was not able to attend previous ceremonies.
The six new McGillians are:
Dr. Andréanne Lefort completed her medical studies at McGill University and joined McGill's Department of Family Medicine in 2011 when she began her residency in Family Medicine at the GMF-U de la Vallée-de-l'Or. "During my rural family medicine clerkship with McGill University, I had the chance to discover Val-d'Or, a wonderful setting for training," Dr. Lefort shares. Charmed by Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Dr. Lefort settled there as a family doctor.
On September 22, 2020, members of McGill University’s Department of Family Medicine were invited to a virtual kitchen table conversation, hosted by Richard Budgell, Associate Professor of Inuit and Northern Health Promotion and Alex McComber, Assistant Professor and responsible for the Indigenous Health Promotion Program in the Department of Family Medicine, about the design and purpose of an Indigenous space in the Department.
JOIN US on December 2, 2020 as a workshop presenter and/or career panelist at our 16th Annual Discovery Day in Health Sciences event - for the first time VIRTUALLY. This is a partnership of the McGill Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, The Neuro and the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame (CMHF).
Faculty-wide call for applications for the Richard and Sylvia Cruess Faculty Scholar in Health Sciences Education
Sent on behalf of Dr. Donald Boudreau, Interim Director, Institute of Health Sciences Education
We are pleased to announce a Faculty-wide call for applications for the Richard and Sylvia Cruess Faculty Scholar in Health Sciences Education, as outlined below. Applications are due January 31, 2021 for funds to be awarded as of September 1, 2021.
THE RICHARD & SYLVIA CRUESS FACULTY SCHOLAR IN HEALTH SCIENCES EDUCATION
By Yasmine Elmir