Reporting directly to the Enhanced Skills Program Director, the Maternal and Child Health Enhanced Skills Program Director is responsible for overseeing the Maternal and Child Health Fellowship for the Department of Family Medicine. Time commitment is estimated at ½ day/week (0.10 FTE) averaged over the course of the year.
The responsibilities of the program director, assisted by the residency program committee include:
Reporting directly to the Postgraduate Program Director, the Enhanced Skills Program Director is responsible for overseeing the process of recruitment, admission, evaluation and accreditation of all Enhanced Skills Programs (ESPs). Time commitment is estimated at 1 day/week (0.20 FTE), averaged over the year but is variable.Description of Responsibilities
Position Title: Casual Research Assistant Hiring Unit: Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine of McGill University Supervisor: Dr. Alayne Mary Adams Work Location: 5858, chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, Suite 300, Montréal, QC H3S 1Z1 Hours/Week & Schedule: Flexible hours depending upon work Hourly Wage: $18.00 per hour Planned Start Date & End Date: November 25, 2019 – February 29, 2020, with possibility of extension
Position Title: Casual Research Assistant Hiring Unit: Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine of McGill University Supervisor: Dr. Tibor Schuster Work Location: 5858, chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, Suite 300, Montréal, QC H3S 1Z1 Hours/Week & Schedule: 20 to 35 hours per week, flexible hours depending upon work Hourly Wage: Starting at $25.00 per hour, depending on experience
Dear friends and colleagues,
As I prepare to pass the bâton to the new Chair, Dr. Marion Dove, the time has come for me to write my last message as Chair of our Department of Family Medicine.
The Department of Family Medicine has been working to deliver excellence in teaching and learning not only for student and residents, but also to academic staff through continuing medical education and faculty development.
The McGill PBRN is pleased to have had the opportunity to visit the Vallée-de-l'Or U-FMG during the month of October. Many thanks to Dr. Julie Massé, Dr. Myriam St-Pierre and Lise Dénommée for their great hospitality. The purpose of the visit is part of the visits made by our PBRN to the U-FMGs to get to know them better, but also to make our network known and present the services it could provide to encourage research in the field.
The Department of Family Medicine, on behalf of the Research on Organization of Healthcare Services for Alzheimer's (ROSA) team, to present the first issue of its newsletter. To learn more, click here.
Reporting directly to the Chair of the Department of Family Medicine, the QI Project Director supports the vision and mission of the QI program, as adopted by the Department of Family Medicine in October 2018.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Marion Dove to the position of Chair of the Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, effective November 1, 2019. Dr. Dove takes over from Dr. Howard Bergman, who fulfilled this role with distinction since 2012. Dr. Bergman was recently appointed Assistant Dean, International Affairs. We would like to take this opportunity to once again thank Dr.
It is with much gratitude that we salute Dr. Audrey Juras for her leadership as Director of the Faculty Development Program for the McGill University Department of Family Medicine; a position she has held for nearly four years from which she has now stepped down.
The Department of Family Medicine is thrilled to welcome Dr. Catherine Jarvis as the new Director of Faculty Development.
Dr. Jarvis holds an MD from the University of Alberta and completed her residency training in Family Medicine at McGill University, followed by fellowship training in Maternal-Child Health and Palliative Care. She has been a member of the Department’s Faculty Development Committee and was promoted to the rank of Assistant Professor in 2018.
The McGill Practice-based Research Network (PBRN) was pleased to support research projects during the 2018-2019 academic year. Indeed, as part of the calls for projects of Réseau-1 Québec (R-1 QC), the PBRN supported the submission of :
Job Description The Family Medicine Distributed Medical Education Program Director oversees the Distributed Medical Education Program for the Department of Family Medicine and is the main resource person to rural training sites. S/he reports directly to the Chair of the Department of Family Medicine. The expected time commitment is an average of 1.5 days per week (0.3 FTE).General Responsibilities
The need and the demand to include Indigenous perspectives in academic settings has notably increased at universities across North America.