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Fellows and Scholars in Educational Scholarship

Reznick Scholars in Health Professions Education

Throughout his 10 years as dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Richard Reznick always encouraged faculty members, students, and staff to “ask questions, seek answers, advance care, and inspire change.” His mantra – “be restless” – fostered a spirit of inquiry and action to ensure tomorrow’s health care is better than today’s. The Reznick Scholars in Health Professions Education program honours both Dr. Reznick’s leadership and his longstanding commitment to educational scholarship.

Open to all Queen’s Health Sciences faculty members, the Reznick Scholar program recipients are awarded $20,000 over two years to develop an educational project. Over time, the faculty hopes that the recipients of the scholarship will make up a cohort of scholars committed to health professions education at Queen’s. 

Dr. Willey Chung and Dr. Megan Edgelow

2023 Reznick Scholars:

Dr. Wiley Chung, School of Medicine and Dr. Megan Edgelow, School of Rehabilitation Therapy

2020 Reznick Scholars

  • Dr. Danielle Blouin, School of Medicine, Project: The Scholarship of Accreditation
  • Dr. Kim Sears, School of Nursing, Project:  International Certificate in Health Quality
  • Dr. Kathleen Norman, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Project: Refining the Definition of Rehabilitation Science

2021 Reznick Scholar, and her project:

  • Marian Lucktkar-Flude, School of Nursing,
    Project: Use of eLearning and virtual simulation games to address racism and microagresssions

Fellowship in Educational Scholarship Program

The purpose of the Fellows in Educational Scholarship Program (FESP) is to build individual expertise in educational scholarship, and to create an identified cadre of faculty, graduate students, and residents who will advance the educational programs in the Faculty of Health Sciences through participation in educational scholarship. Individuals participating in the program will focus on either a scholarly investigation of an educational issue or the development of an innovative educational program/curriculum. It is expected that participation in FESP will contribute to educational excellence and innovation in the Queen’s Faculty of Health Sciences and to building knowledge in the field of health sciences education. 

Fellows in Educational Scholarship Program

 Fellows and their scholarship project



Research Topic

Dr. Suzanne Bridge

School of Medicine

Longitudinal Wellness Tracking of Trainees in a Critical Care Medicine Program

Dr. Salinda Horgan

School of Rehabilitation Therapy

A Scoping Review of Virtual Professional Practice Communities for Health Science Professionals

Dr. Filip Gilic

School of Medicine

Longitudinal Program Evaluation of the Airway Mastery Course for Emergency Medicine Residents

Dr. Christine Law

School of Medicine

The Artistry of Medicine: Improving Medical Student Clinical Skills Through Virtual Art Observation and Techniques

Dr. Benjamin Kwan

School of Medicine

A Pilot Study on Semantic Similarity between Resident Preliminary Reports and Final Reports in Head Computed Tomography

Dr. Golden Gao

School of Medicine

Developing a resident-led strategic plan: A process for enhancing management competencies and continuous program improvement