Dr Ian Cameron received his medical degree from Dalhousie University after receiving a bachelor’s degree in history. He has been the long-standing president of the Dalhousie Society for the History of Medicine and the founding chairperson of the Medical Museum of Nova Scotia. His career spans seven years in private practice, thirty-three years in academic family medicine, and four years in rural medicine. Currently, Dr Cameron is a contributing editor for Canadian Family Physician.
Lifetime Achievement in Family Medicine Research Award
These awards honour individuals who are trailblazers and leaders in family medicine research, and who have made a significant career contribution to family medicine research during their active career years. These awards give public recognition to both their work and to the discipline of family medicine.