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Each year, ES Residents are asked to nominate preceptors for awards of recognition. Read about the different awards below and the awardees for each enhanced skills program area. Congratulations!

Outstanding Teaching Award

The Outstanding Teaching Award recognizes special efforts and motivation of a faculty to go above and beyond by tailoring their teaching to meet the unique needs of each learner. 

This award also honours faculty that have significant and positive impact on engaging Residents to take an active role in their own learning. 

Awardees for ES Programs:

  • Addiction Medicine: Dr. Anees Bahji
  • Care of the Elderly: Dr. Erika Dempsey 
  • Maternal Newborn: Dr. Allison Chapman
  • Sport and Exercise Medicine: Dr. Christopher Lipp, Dr. Nicholas Mohtadi, Dr. Andrew Malawski, Dr. Steven Thomson 

Honourable Mentions:

  • Addiction Medicine: Dr. Alvis Yu
  • Maternal Newborn: Dr. Allison Chapman

 

Equity in Learning Excellence Award

The Equity in Learning Excellence Award recognizes the outstanding and significant contribution of a faculty who value and leverage each Resident’s learning capability by providing relevant academic support that result in successful learning outcomes. 

This award celebrates faculty who serves as a critical resource for any resident pursuing more advanced learning opportunities or otherwise requiring more support to address learning barriers. 

Awardees for ES Programs:

  • Addiction Medicine: Dr. Susan Bornemisza
  • Care of the Elderly: Dr. Adrienne Cohen 
  • Maternal Newborn: Dr. Dorothy Igras-Kulach
  • Local and Global Care: Dr. Jill Teschke
  • Sport and Exercise Medicine: Dr. Ryan Shields

 

Excellence in Mentoring Award

The Excellence in Mentoring Award recognizes exceptional mentoring in Palliative Care that goes beyond standard clinical precepting which result in a significant impact in resident’s learning of high-quality patient care.  

This award upholds efforts in engaging learners beyond teaching to include aiding the resident’s personal and professional development. 

Awardees for ES Programs:

  • Addiction Medicine: Dr. Elma Raissi
  • Palliative Care: Dr. Amir Surmawala
    Dr. Maria Celis
  • Maternal Newborn: Dr. Amy Gausvik
  • Global and Local Care: Dr. Rachel Talavlikar
  • Sport and Exercise Medicine: Dr. Marcus Robinson

Honourable Mentions:

  • Addiction Medicine: Dr. Lydia Vezina
  • Maternal Newborn: Dr. Nicole LaBrie

Program-Specific Awards

Exceptional Service in Palliative Care Academic Teaching Award

The Award for Exceptional Service in Palliative Care Academic Teaching honours and recognizes a faculty member’s substantial academic contribution through the breadth, depth and number of sessions conducted throughout the academic year.

This award recognizes the faculty who has demonstrated and continues to strive for the betterment of palliative care academic sessions in the delivery of diverse academic topics.

2022 award recipients: Dr. Nicola Macpherson, Dr. Charlie Chen, Angela Ferguson

 

Excellence in Palliative Care Education and Assessment Award

The Excellence in Palliative Care Education and Assessment Award recognizes exemplary dedication and commitment of a faculty to early adoption of innovative assessment practices, and providing immediate and timely feedback for resident learning.

This award honours the faculty who has demonstrated valuable effort and advocacy of timely feedback for community rotations, and who encourages residents’ continuous learning through assessment practices.

2022 award recipients: Dr. Simon Colgan (Hospital Rotations), Dr. Justin Black (Community Rotations)