In conversation with Jean-Pierre Farmer, our new Associate Vice-Principal & Vice-Dean (Health Affairs) 

In January, Jean-Pierre Farmer, MDCM, took up the reins as Associate Vice-Principal & Vice-Dean (Health Affairs), taking over from Samuel Benaroya, MDCM. Dr. Farmer,...
March 9, 2023

Twenty-four teachers celebrated at 2023 Transition to Clinical Practice Awards ceremony

Faculty members, students and staff gathered in-person to celebrate the 24 laureates of this year’s Transition to Clinical Practice Awards on February 8,...
March 2, 2023

Manipal-McGill Rehabilitation Collaboration Symposium No. 3

Another successful virtual symposium bringing together rehabilitation science researchers and students from India and Canada On November 30th, 2022, the third Manipal-McGill Rehabilitation...
March 9, 2023

McGill medical student writing COVID-19 book

The impact of COVID-19 has been undeniable in Canada and across the world. With an estimated 670 million infection cases worldwide, and some...
March 1, 2023

Meet Atia Amin, a McGill PhD candidate who is setting the bar high

Atia Amin, a PhD candidate in the Langlais Lab at the Department of Human Genetics and trainee at the Victor Phillip Dahdaleh Institute...
February 23, 2023

Introducing The TeleRehab SPOT

New online knowledge hub of virtual care practices for rehab clinicians launched by McGill’s School of Physical & Occupational Therapy   Launched in February...
February 23, 2023

Integrating technology into surgical training

Surgical scholar Dr. Junko Tokuno pursues her passion to make high-quality surgical education more accessible by integrating new technologies into surgical training  When...
February 23, 2023

Visiting professor in simulation and patient safety shares insights on clinical decision-making in a high-stress environment

Robert O’Brien, EdD, MEd, is interested in the professional identity of clinicians and the impact this has on a culture of safety. As...
February 23, 2023

Coping with the Next Chapter: Unique Student Project Helps Cancer Survivors Cope with Distress

Research shows that 40% of people living with cancer experience distress. Given that cancer patients have compromised immune systems, this distress has been...
February 23, 2023

BIPOC change champions: In conversation with physiology PhD candidate Amirah-Iman Hicks

This Q&A series is part of Black History Month and Beyond, an initiative of the BHM Organizing Committee co-led by Black students and...
February 23, 2023

Announcing the winners of the third annual Learner and Faculty Teaching Innovation Awards

We are thrilled to reveal the winners of the third annual Learner and Faculty Awards for Teaching Innovation.   The awards, created by the...
February 6, 2023

Celebrating our educators this Teacher Appreciation Week

A message from the Office of the Vice-Dean, Education Dear members of our Faculty community, As we celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week (February 5...
February 6, 2023

Black History Month 2023: Events organized by FMHS students and faculty 

The BHM Organizing committee co-led by Black students and faculty with the EDI-Anti-Racism Committee of the School of Population and Global Health; the...
February 3, 2023

Developing Clinical Reasoning through Inquiry Based Learning

“I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.”   - Albert Einstein  Providing a safe...
February 2, 2023