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Anciens lauréats des prix de la CIFR

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Anciens lauréats du Prix du directeur de programme de l'année


2019 : Adelle Roberta Atkinson, MD, FRCPC

2018 : Bradley Petrisor, MSc, MD, FRCSC; Hilary Writer, MD, FRCPC

2017 : Donna Steele, MD, MA, FRCSC

2016 : Moyez B. Ladhani, MD, FRCPC

2015 : Mark Frank Levine, MBBCh, FRCPC; Fraser Douglas Rubens, MD, MSc, FACS, FRCSC

2014 : Robert Anderson, MD, FRCPC; Brian Chung, MD, FRCPC

2013 : Ian Preyra, MD, FRCPC; Guy Brisseau, MD, MEd, FRCSC

2012 : John Manoukian, MD, FRCSC; Karen Finlay, MD, FRCPC

2011 : Thomas Maniatis, MD, CM, MSc (Bioéthique), FACP, FRCPC; Joel Fox, MD, FRCPC

2010 : Heather McDonald-Blumer, MD, FRCPC; Parveen Wasi, MD, FRCPC

2009 : Ravi Sidhu, MD, FRCSC; Terry Sosnowski, MD, FRCPC


Anciens lauréats du Prix Kristin Sivertz du leadership des résidents


2019 : Seyara Shwetz, MD; Colm McCarthy, MD, MDCM, maîtrise en éducation des sciences de la santé

2018 : Jena Hall, MD, MEd; Kimberly Williams, MD, MSc

2017 : Mark E. Lipson, MD, FRCSC; Victoria E. Cook, MD, FRCPC

2016 : Marie Claire Bourque, MD, FRCPC; Natasha Snelgrove, MD, FRCPC

2015 : Chelsea Maedler-Kron, MD; Hassan Mir, MD

2014 : Brent Thoma, MD, MA; Lacey Pitre, MD

2013 : Julie Kromm, MD; Arun Jagdeo, MD

2012 : Farhan Asrar, MD; Sathish Rajasekaran, MD

2011 : Zain Kassam, MD; Mélissa Langevin, MD, FRCPC

2010 : Jonathan Spicer, MD; Christian Kraeker, MD, FRCPC

2009 : Fiona Kouyoumdjian, MD; Andrei Metelitsa, MD, FRCPC


Anciens lauréats du Prix de l’éducateur de l’année dans un programme de résidence offert à l’étranger


2019 : Melchor Sánchez Mendiola, MD, MHPE, PhD

2018 : Maria Trinidad Hoyl, MD

2017 : Eric Warm, MD; Michelle Lin, MD

2016 : Jamiu O. Busari, MD

2015 : Neela Al Lamki, MD, FRCPC, FACR, FRCPI, FRCP(Glasg)

2014 : Abdulaziz Boker, MBBS


Anciens lauréats du Prix du leadership des résidents de l’étranger


2019 : Simon Fleming, MBBS, MRCS, MSc, MAcadMEd, MASE(RACS), MFSTEd, FRSA, AFHEA

2018 : Debraj Mukherjee, MD, MPH; Charle Viljoen, MBChB, MMed, FCP(SA)

2017 : Manit Arora, MD

2016 : Jordan D. Bohnen, MD

2015 : Deepa Shah, MD

2014 : Xaviour Walker, MD


Anciens lauréats du Prix de l’administrateur de programme en matière d'innovation et d'excellence


2019 : Elisabeth Almeida

2018 : Micheline MacDonald

2017 : Sara Cover

2016 : Candice Stroud

2015 : Ginette Snook, CMEA

2014 : Meegan Dowe


Anciens lauréats du Prix du meilleur exposé de la CIFR


2019 : The effects of gender on multiple mini-interview station scores for Selection into Australian Orthopaedic Surgery. Ian Incoll, MD, Australian Orthopaedic Association, Sydney

2018 : A grounded theory study of assessment anchors in postgraduate medical education: Forthcoming opportunities and ongoing tensions. Nancy Dudek, MD, University of Ottawa, Ottawa

2017 : Early detection of residents at risk of failure using a keyword specific algorithmGaby Tremblay, Université Laval

2016 : Feedback credibility in a formative postgraduate OSCE: Effects of examiner type Lynfa Stroud, MD, University of Toronto, Toronto

2015 : Entrustment in practice, a competency based curriculum assessed. Karsten van Loon, Sint Lucas Andreas Hospital, Amsterdam

2014 : Factors that influence residents’ perceived credibility of examiners during a formative OSCE. Lynfa Stroud, MD, Université de Toronto, Toronto

2013 : The impact of varying levels of implementation fidelity on resident perceptions of an assessment innovation. Shelley Ross, Université de l’Alberta, Calgary

2012 : Weighing the Influences: Advice Seeking During Residency Training. Katherine McKinney Lexington VA Medical Center

2011 : Remediation of residents in difficulty: A retrospective 10 – year review of the experience of a postgraduate board of examiners. Ingrid Zbieranowski, MD, Université de Toronto, Toronto

2010 : Evaluation of a structured wellness curriculum for emergency residents. Kathryn Dong, MD, Université de l’Alberta, Edmonton

2009 : Towards a profile-based method for evaluating residents: Faculty ranking and clustering of text-based profiles. Jodi McIlroy, MD, Université de la Colombie-Britannique, Vancouver

2008 : Analysis of Difficult Chest Tube Insertion Procedure – Revealing Limitations in Prototype Bench Model Training. Karen Joughin, MD, University of Queensland, Brisbane


Anciens lauréats du Prix du Meilleur exposé d’un résident sur l’amélioration de la qualité


2019 : Providing evidence-based care, day and night: A quality improvement initiative to improve intensive care unit patient sleep quality. Stuart Douglas, MD, Queen's University, Kingston

2018 : Resident practice-sharing in an academic family medicine teaching unit: Exploring effects on patient care and the resident educational experience. Stephenson Strobel, MD, Department of Policy Analysis and Management

2017 : Reducing repetitive ‘routine’ blood testing among hospitalized patients. Laura Walker, MD, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto


Anciens lauréats du Prix du meilleur exposé rédigé par un résident


2019 : Assessing impact of research training on performance in general surgery residency.  Alexandre Mikhail, MD, Université de Toronto, Toronto

2018 : Does the operative experience of UK general surgery trainees reflect the entrustment model of competency assessment?  Elizabeth Elsey, MD, University of Nottingham, Nottingham

2017 : Evaluation of a resident lead teaching program for the MRCPCH clinical examination Wales UK. Dr Smiti Bihari, Morriston Hospital, Swansea

2016 : Resident evaluations of faculty: Resident versus faculty perspectives. Roochi Arora, MD, McMaster University, Hamilton

2015 : Thinking on the front line: Understanding resident decision making in clinical practice. Emilie H. Stevens, MD, Université de la Colombie-Britannique, Colombie-Britannique

2014 : The effects of resident duty hour reform on evolving concepts of professionalism: A qualitative study. Ning-Zi Sun, MD, Université McGill, Montréal

2013 : To Stay Or Not To Stay: A Grounded Theory Study Of The Post-Call Behaviours And Rationalizations Of Postgraduate Medical Trainees. Taryn S. Taylor, Université Western, London


Anciens lauréats du Prix du meilleur exposé des pratiques efficaces de la CIFR


2019 : Providing evidence-based care, day and night: A quality improvement initiative to improve intensive care unit patient sleep quality.  Stuart Douglas, MD, Université Queen’s, Kingston

2018 : From resident-as-teacher to resident-as-role model: Enhancing resident teaching skills curricula.  Robert Sternszus, MD, Université McGill, Montréal

2017 : An innovative vehicle for delivering the ‘social pediatric’ curriculum. Dr Tara Baron, École de médecine du Nord de l’Ontario

2016 : Emergency Medicine with Follow-Up: A Situated Learning Model for Teaching Inpatient Medicine to Emergency Medicine Residents. Chris Merritt, MD, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

2015 : An integrated approach to teaching and assessing the health advocate and collaborator roles. Eleanor MacDougall, MD, Université du Manitoba, Manitoba

2014 : CanMEDS in context: Engaging residents in transition to residency program. Joan Binnendyk, Université Western, London

2013 : Improving resident feedback skills and medicine clerk communication (IMPRESS-ME): Results from a prospective educational cohort trial. Lindsay Melvin, Université McMaster, Hamilton

2012 : The development and assessment of a novel CanMEDS Manager curriculum to improve resident test-ordering efficiency. Andrew Burke, Université McMaster, Hamilton

2011 : Observation of feedback by senior residents: Realtime versus remote observation of feedback encounters. Ian Mazzetti, MD, Université McMaster, Hamilton

2010 : Teaching residents to evaluate and treat (TREaT) curriculum: Piloting a resident-as-teacher program. Zain Kassam, MD, Université McMaster, Hamilton


Anciens lauréats du Prix de la meilleure affiche de la CIFR


2019 : Surgical warm up - fact or fiction?  James Tomlinson, MD, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Sheffield

2018 : La septoplastie vidéo-assistée, le futur de l’enseignement de la chirurgie septale, innovation et processus d’apprentissage au bloc opératoire.  Hélène Maillé, MD, Université de Montréal, Montréal

2017 : A qualitative study exploring perceptions of trainees and attending physicians. Dr Stephen Gauthier, Université Queen’s

2016 : Use of the surgical teaching rubric improves technical skills' acquisition and retention. Marina Y. Ibrahim, MD, McGill University, Montréal

2015 : Comparison of simulation-based resuscitation OSCE performance with ITER portfolio assessments of emergency medicine residents: A Canadian multi-center study. Andrew K. Hall, MD, Université Queen's, Kingston

2014 : Development of a workshop to introduce internal medicine residents to handover. Curtiss Boyington, MD, Université de l’Alberta, Edmonton

2013 : The role of mental practice in interprofessional healthcare education: A simulation perspective. Sana A. Ahmed, Hôpital St. Michael’s, Toronto

2012 : Development and Validation of an Assessment Tool for Basic Radiological Image Interpretation. Monica Lypson, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor

2011 : Interdisciplinary Site-Specific Didactic Meetings: Addressing Competency-Based Education and Program-Based Clinical Services. Marcio Gomes, Université d’Ottawa, Ottawa

2010 : “Making the leap”: Postgraduate trainees identify helpful instructional strategies during the first six months of training. Dawn Martin, MD, Université de Toronto, Toronto

2009 : Staff and resident responses to simulated cases of impaired anaesthesiologists. Sonia Dee Sampson, MD, Université Memorial, St. John’s

2008 : From 0-100: Creating a Research Agenda in Postgraduate Medical Education. Susan Glover Takahashi, Université de Toronto, Toronto