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Dr Rick Glazier
Toronto, ON

Dr Rick Glazier is a family physician, senior scientist, and program lead of primary care and population health at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences. He is a staff family physician at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto and a scientist in its Centre for Urban Health Solutions. One of Dr Glazier’s many positions at the […]

Dr James Dickinson
Calgary, AB

After graduating from the University of Queensland in Australia, Dr James Dickinson completed 2 years of a rotating residency that included rural work and time as a locum surgical registrar. He then completed his family medicine residency at McMaster University, followed by a fellowship in clinical epidemiology under Walter Spitzer at McGill University. While working […]

Dr Rodney Crutcher
Victoria, BC

Dr Rodney Crutcher started working in family practice in Calgary in 1981, and continued in this broadly based teaching practice until June 2013. He was appointed as a clinical lecturer at the University of Calgary in 1981, and retired as a professor emeritus in 2014. While medical work is now a small part of his […]

Dr Andrew Cave
Edmonton, AB

Dr Andrew James Cave has been a faculty member in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Alberta since 1992. As a full-time professor he focuses on residency training, respiratory care, team work in primary care, and narratives in medical education. Dr Cave also works at the Kaye Edmonton Clinic, where he engages […]

Dr Neil Bell
Edmonton, AB

Dr Neil Bell completed his bachelor of science degree in biochemistry with first-class honours and his medical degree at the University of Alberta. In 1995 he completed the Program in Clinical Effectiveness and in 1996 earned a master’s degree in epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health. He currently works at the Misericordia Family […]

Dr Joanna Bates
Vancouver, BC

As a professor in the Department of Family Practice at the University of British Columbia (UBC), and a full-time researcher in UBC’s Centre for Health Education Scholarship, Dr Joanna Bates brings a generalist orientation to educational practice, research, and undergraduate medical education. Although she is no longer in practice, patients and their health is always […]

Dr Rod Andrew

Dr Rodney Andrew
Vancouver, BC

A true leader in his community, Dr Rodney Andrew is recognized for his insightful influence in advancing family medicine for the benefit of his patients and colleagues in British Columbia. Dr Andrew received his medical degree from the University of London, in England, in 1962. He received Certification in Family Medicine from the College of […]

Dr Paul Humphries

Dr Paul Humphries
Spruce Grove, AB

Dr Paul Humphries is honoured by his peers for his unwavering passion for patient care, dedication to his community, and commitment to medical education. Dr Humphries received his medical degree in 1977 from McMaster University and his Certification in Family Medicine from the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) in 1979. He became a […]

Dr Antoinette Le Roux

Dr Antoinette Le Roux
Regina, SK

Admired by her colleagues and patients for her compassion and dedication, Dr Antoinette Le Roux is recognized for her outstanding commitment to her patients. Dr Le Roux began practising comprehensive family medicine in South Africa after graduating from the University of Pretoria in 1989. She and her family immigrated to Canada in 2001 and she […]