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Using Innovation to Address Health Inequities

Guest blog by Adam Devon and Darsan Sadacharam, Queen's medical students in the class of 2020.

Successes in the Office of Professional Development and Educational Scholarship

The Office of Professional Development and Educational Scholarship has always been a true strength of the Faculty of Health Sciences, and it has recently added two tremendous honours to its impressive list of achievements. First, they received a glowing accreditation report from the Committee on Accreditation of Continuing Medical Education (CACME), and then they earned a Royal College Accredited CPD Provider Innovation Award – their second in three years!

Queen's Family Medicine to Introduce Cultural Safety Training into Curriculum

Guest blog by Dr. Hugh Langley,  Assistant Professor in the Queen's Department of Oncology and Primary Care and Aboriginal Lead, Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario 

Baby Saul

Not long after I returned from my administrative leave (sabbatical), I was taken away from campus again for what must be the best possible reason: to meet my first grandchild, Saul Arthur Schwartz.

Unmatched Canadian Medical Graduates

Guest blog by Andrew Dawson, a 4th-year medical student at Queen’s and the current Chair of the Ontario Medical Students Association.

Energized and Recharged

It’s great to be back at Queen’s after spending six months away. This was my first academic leave (sabbatical) in over thirty years of academic life. I found the experience energizing and intellectually enriching. The visits to the various centers to which I travelled were stimulating and informative. There is a lot of information that I will be bringing back to Queen’s, and I also hope and believe that I have imparted some of my experience to the institutions that welcomed me as a visitor.

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