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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 John Feightner
Calgary, AB

Dr John Feightner received his MD from the University of Western Ontario in 1971 and MSc in clinical epidemiology from McMaster University in 1984. Currently, he is a member and Chair of the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. His interests include educational research—evaluation of clinical performance of learners and online learning of clinical […]

Dr Fred Tudiver

Dr Fred Tudiver received his MD from Memorial University in 1973 and completed a family medicine residency at the University of Western Ontario in 1976. He was awarded CCFP certification in 1976 from the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC). In 1979, he completed the graduate program in family medicine (Master of Clinical Science) […]

Dr Raymond Gilbert
Toronto, ON

Dr Gilbert graduated from University of Toronto’s medical school and practised family medicine for a number of years in Toronto. Soon after, he was appointed to the Department of Family Medicine at the new McMaster medical school as he wanted to be involved in using new approaches to teach family medicine. Dr Gilbert spent 25 […]

Dr Richard V. Birtwhistle
Kingston, ON

Dr Richard Birtwhistle is a family physician and clinical epidemiologist. He is a professor in the Departments of Family Medicine and Community Health and Epidemiology and Director of the Centre for Studies in Primary Care in the Department of Family Medicine at Queen’s University. He also served as the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education […]

Dr William E. Hogg

Dr William Hogg completed a MSc in experimental medicine (Department of Physiology) while completing his MD CM at McGill University. In 1975 he received his CCFP following a residency in family medicine at the University of Western Ontario. In 1993, Dr Hogg completed the Masters of Clinical Science Graduate Studies Program at UWO. Dr Hogg’s […]