Job Posting: Assistant or Associate Professor in Indigenous Perspectives of Health and Primary Care (CRC Tier 2)
Tenure-Track Faculty Position (open to rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor) Optional: Canada Research Chair Tier 2 in Indigenous Perspectives of health and primary health care. Faculty: Faculty of Medicine Department/School: Department of Family Medicine The Canada Research Chair is also open to internal candidates who already hold a tenure-track or tenured faculty position at McGill University.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Dr. Laurie Musgrave to the position of Longitudinal Family Medicine Experience (LFME) Course Director for the Department of Family Medicine of McGill University, effective since March 1, 2019.
Press Release: Canadian researchers and international collaborators seek to improve the care of people living with dementia and their families
March 14, 2019 – Ottawa, Ontario – Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Public Health Agency of Canada
Receiving a diagnosis of dementia can be a disorienting experience for the person diagnosed and their families. A diagnosis often leaves the person and their families searching for information and guidance on health and social services that are available to assist them in their daily lives.
The Master's (MSc) Graduate Program Director (GPD) will be the principal academic contact between the program and graduate studies and has primary responsibility for all academic matters concerning students in the MSc program including specialized options, as described below.
The PhD and PDF Graduate Program Director (GPD), will be the principal academic contact between the program and graduate studies and has primary responsibility for all academic matters concerning students in the PhD program or trainees registered as a Postdoctoral Fellows, as described below.
Dear friends and colleagues,
Mark your calendars: On Wednesday, March 13, 2019, McGill will be holding its fourth annual day of giving.
McGill24 is a 24-hour virtual celebration, bringing together faculty, staff and students, as well as alumni and parents, from around the world.
It is an opportunity to share what makes you #McGillProud and to give to your favourite McGill cause.
Dear friends and colleagues, You have undoubtedly heard me repeat on many occasions that the Department is made up of two wonderful worlds: the world of clinical teaching, based mainly in our family medicine units and focused on the teaching and learning experience of students and residents; and the world of research and training in the Graduate Studies division, which now houses more than 100 Master’s and PhD students and post-doctoral fellows.
Feature Story: Herzl Family Practice Centre, Jewish General Hospital - From Resident Research Project to Making Significant Changes
Each year, the McGill University Department of Family Medicine welcomes the largest number of residents from across all of the programs within by the Faculty of Medicine. Offering a structure that includes both clinical and academic components, residents are encouraged to outline current challenges in their practice and to pursue further research on selected topics.
Job Posting: Scientific Director of the St. Mary’s Hospital Center Research Centre, Montreal West Island IUHSSCScientific Director of the St. Mary’s Hospital Center Research Centre as part of the Montreal West Island IUHSSC
Job Posting: Administrative Coordinator, Research on Organization of Healthcare Services for Alzheimers (ROSA)
POSITION INFORMATION Proposed Title: Administrative Coordinator Hours per week: (Full-time) 28-35 hrs per week, depending on applicant availabilities Salary Scale: $21.85 - $24.59JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
This past year, the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) celebrated 40 years since the creation of the Section of Teachers (SOT), a branch of the organization that focuses on the advancement of the academic discipline of Family Medicine.
Welcome to Dr. Lynn McLauchlin, new Associate Director for Assessment and Evaluation, Family Medicine Residency Program
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Lynn McLauchlin as the new Associate Director for Assessment and Evaluation for McGill University’s Family Medicine Residency Program, who has been in this position since November 1, 2018.
More than forty years ago, the McGill Department of Family Medicine started out as a small teaching program with units based in Montreal-area hospitals. From its humble yet significant beginnings, the Department has since grown to become a leading voice and champion of primary care in Quebec, in Canada and around the world.
The Faculty of Medicine of McGill University invites applications for the position ofCHAIR OF THE MCGILL UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE