Family Medicine Education Forum: Supporting Clinical Teachers in a Time of Change

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The Family Medicine Education Forum is hosted by the Section of Teachers of Family Medicine. This interactive morning is an opportunity for family medicine educators from a variety of practice settings to discuss how best to support their role as clinical teachers. The morning plenary panel speakers will aim to identify, explore, and respond to the needs of family medicine teachers. Examples of best practices to support teachers will be presented from the perspectives of both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching roles. Solutions for providing faculty development for teachers will be offered.

This session is an opportunity for participants will discuss successes and challenges, share lessons learned, and formulate potential solutions.

Dr Paul Dhillon, will deliver the 2013 Murray Stalker Lecture over lunch at 12:30.

The morning plenary session will be followed by workshops and free-standing paper sessions focused on a wide range of key family medicine education topics.

If you’re a family medicine educator, you don’t want to miss the FMEF.

Dr Paul Dhillon to deliver Murray Stalker Lecture at FMEF

The Murray Stalker Award, named in honour of the late Dr Murray Stalker, first CFPC President (1954 to 1955), is awarded to an outstanding family medicine resident recognized as a potential future leader in family medicine. The CFPC and the Research and Education Foundation are pleased to convey the award to Dr Paul Dhillon, who will also deliver a lecture over lunch on Wednesday, November 6th during FMEF.

This is your opportunity to hear from one of the future leaders in family medicine. Don’t miss it!