Family Medicine Forum 2012
Queen's Department of Family Medicine
Awards and Presentations
Dr. Chris Frank, who works with Queen’s Family Medicine residents in geriatrics, earned a CFPC Award of Excellence “for his outstanding work in creating and implementing innovative programs, teaching excellence and commitment to mentoring.”
Dr. Karen Schultz received a CFPC Award of Excellence, recognizing her “dedication in motivating and mentoring residents at Queen’s University to strive for excellence” and for her “commitment to high-quality clinical practice.”
Dr. Walter Rosser earned the CFPC W. Victor Johnston Award, which recognizes a renowned Canadian or international family medicine leader for continuous and enduring contributions to the specialty of family medicine in Canada or abroad. This award honours the memory of the late Dr. W. Victor Johnston, the CFPC’s first Executive Director (1954-1964). Dr. Rosser also received the CFPC’s Life Member Award for 2012.
Dr. Hanga Agoston (2011) earned the CFPC Family Medicine Resident Award for Scholarship, which recognizes the outstanding scholarly achievement of one resident from each faculty of family medicine across Canada.
PGY3 Resident Dr. Hannah Shoichet (Emergency Medicine) received the CFPC Resident Leadership award, which recognizes the leadership abilities of outstanding senior family medicine residents from each of the 17 Canadian family medicine residency programs.
Dr. Melissa Welsh (2011) earned the CFPC Bob Robertson Award for the highest mark by a family medicine resident in the CCFP exam.
Dr. Jesse Wheeler (2011) earned the CFPC Research Award for Family Medicine Residents for his work titled, "Risk of Obesity at 4-6 Years among Overweight or Obese 18 Month Olds: a Community Based Cohort Study.”
Amanda Abate (2013) earned the Nycomed/Takeda Family Medicine Scholarship. Takeda created the Family Medicine Scholarship in partnership with the Ontario College of Family Physicians as a result of a Takeda-sponsored forum, “The Family Physician Check-Up,” hosted by the OCFP in September 2003, to address the critical issue of family doctor supply in Canada.
Sarah LeBlanc (2013) received the Canadian College of Family Physicians Student Scholarship. This award recognizes outstanding medical students in their second-last year of undergraduate study who have demonstrated an interest or commitment to a career in family medicine. One medical student from each of the 17 Canadian medical schools receives this scholarship.
Melanie Rodrigues (2012) earned the Canadian College of Family Physicians Student Leadership award. This award recognizes the leadership abilities of outstanding medical students in their last year of undergraduate study. One medical student from each of the 17 Canadian medical schools receives a Leadership Award.
Are New Models of Care Fair to All Patients? A Dialogue
Trouton, K; Wilson, R
The Art of the Possible: Using CPCSSN Data for Primary Care Research
Keshavjee, K; Martin, K
Assessment-oriented Process Evaluation of QIIP Learning Collaboratives
Han, H; Kotecha, J; Webster-Bogaert, S; Paquette-Warren, J; Green, M; Harris, S; Birtwhistle, R
Autism Spectrum Disorder: Screening, Diagnosis and Management of Psychiatric and Physical Co-morbidities
Joyce, D; Limbos, M; Grier, E
Barriers to Prescribing Medical Marijuana amongst Family Physicians in Ontario
El-Korazati, A; Leung, L
Building Capacity through the Integration of Primary Health Care Systems – “Where” Matters
Climate Change and Health: Should We Care? Can We Make a Difference?
Abelsohn, A; Vakil, C
Developing a Survey to Measure Interpersonal Continuity of Care from the Physician’s Perspective
The Development of the Canadian Primary Health Care Research & Innovation Network
Hogg, W; Kaczorowski, J; Dolovich, L; Birtwhistle, R; Godwin, M; Wong, S; Prentice, M
EMR-enabled Clinical Experiences for the Preceptor and Medical Student: Why Adoption Matters
Peirce, C; Bhyat, R; Barber, D; Janzen, TP
End-of-Life Discussions in an Academic Family Health Team in Kingston, Ontario
French, R; Zhang, W; Parks, K; Ashton, S; Dumas, M; Haider, A; Leung, L
Evaluating the Effectiveness of the “Nightmares” Acute Care Simulation-based Teaching Course
Gilic, F; Blagojevic, A; Epi, M; Stefan, A; Sempowski, I
First Five Years in Family Practice
Kerr, J; Maclean, S
Head Lice: A Contemporary Review of an Age-old Pest – What to Advise our Patients
Hall Barber, K
Impact of QIIP Learning Collaborative Program on Primary Health Care Teams: A Qualitative Study
Han, H; Kotecha, J; Belle Brown, J; Paquette-Warren, J; Yealland, J; Green, M; Harris, S; Russell, G; Webster-Bogaert, S
Innovation Through Interaction: A CPCSSN Sentinel Feedback and Engagement Workshop
Barber, D; Lussier, M; Nagpurkar, A; Williamson, T; Kotecha, J; Keshavjee, K; Lambert-Lanning; A
Interpreting the CTFPHC Breast Cancer Screening Guideline
Birtwhistle, R; Bell, N
Leadership: Team Effectiveness Using the LEADS Framework for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
DuVall, A; Kerr, J
Leadership: Use the LEADS Framework to Create High Morale and Productivity in the Workforce
DuVall, A; Kerr, J
Leveraging CPCSSN Data to Guide EMR Data Discipline: How to Improve your EMR
Barber, D; Biro, S; Kotecha, J; Kinsella, L
Medication Safety: Making a Case for Medication Reconciliation in Primary Care
Hall Barber, K; Elms, S
Optimizing Case Identification in Electronic Medical Records Database
Aghoram, R; Jackson, D; Molnar, F; Postuma, RB; Jette, N; Birtwhistle, R; Williamson, T; Lambert-Lanning, A; Grava-Gubins, I
Preventative Medicine for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Grier, L; Casson, I; Kristjanson, M; Joyce, D; Gemmill, M
Privacy and Ethics: An Integrated Approach in Pan-Canadian Public Health Surveillance and Research
Leggett, JA; Manca, D; Kotecha, J; Lambert-Lanning, A
Resident Directed Half Day to Facilitate the Manager/Professional Roles and Resident Well-Being
Sempowski, I; Griffiths, J; Hodgetts, G
A Survey of Attitudes about the Queen’s Family Health Team Anticoagulation Management Program
Chow, A; Martin, D; Lake, R; Parent, K; Elms, S; Hall Barber, K
Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy Secondary to Cancer-Related Pain Crisis
Taming your EMR Data: Strategies to Get Your Group Practice to Be Consistent and Uniform in Data entry and Utilization
Barber, D; Hall Barber, K
Teaching Medical Students and Family Medicine Residents to Care for Patients with Developmental Disabilities
Casson, I; Gemmill, M; Grier, L; Lepp, A; Wolfrom, B; Hennen, B; Sullivan, W
Teaching QI: From a Clinical Audit to an Experiential Program in Quality Improvement
Hall Barber, K; Martin, D
Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicines amongst Patients in Kingston, Ontario
Ang, J; Leung, L
A Pilot Study of the Feasibility of the Knee Osteoarthritis Surgery Triage (KOST) Tool for the Stratification of Osteoarthritis Knee Pain in Primary Care
Worley, B; Birtwhistle, R
Dr. Elizabeth Grier, as Chair of the Developmental Disabilities Program Committee of the CFPC, organized the Developmental Disabilities Networking Meeting.
Dr. Jonathan Kerr addressed "Transitioning from Residency to Practice" at the Family Medicine Education Forum.