Anciens lauréats des prix de la CIFR

Anciens lauréats du Prix du directeur de programme de l’année

2022 : Pramod Puligandla, MD, MSc; Michael Froeschl, MD, MSc, FRCPC
2021 : Azim S. Gangji MD, MSc, FRCPC; Jonathan Gaudet, MD, MSc, FRCPC
2020 : Marcy Mintz, MD, FRCPC, MHPE; Anupma Wadhwa, MD, MEd, FRCPC
2019 : Adelle Roberta Atkinson, MD, FRCPC
2018 : Bradley Petrisor, MSc, MD, FRCSC; Hilary Writer, MD, FRCPC
2017 : Donna Steele, MD, MA, FRCSC
2016 : Moyez B. Ladhani, MD, FRCPC
2015 : Mark Frank Levine, MBBCh, FRCPC; Fraser Douglas Rubens, MD, MSc, FACS, FRCSC
2014 : Robert Anderson, MD, FRCPC; Brian Chung, MD, FRCPC
2013 : Ian Preyra, MD, FRCPC; Guy Brisseau, MD, MEd, FRCSC
2012 : John Manoukian, MD, FRCSC; Karen Finlay, MD, FRCPC
2011 : Thomas Maniatis, MD, CM, MSc (Bioéthique), FACP, FRCPC; Joel Fox, MD, FRCPC
2010 : Heather McDonald-Blumer, MD, FRCPC; Parveen Wasi, MD, FRCPC
2009 : Ravi Sidhu, MD, FRCSC; Terry Sosnowski, MD, FRCPC


Anciens lauréats du Prix Kristin Sivertz du leadership des résidents

2022 : Shane Arsenault, MD, MPH; David D’Arienzo, MD
2021 : Nada Gawad, MD, MAEd, FRCSC; Malika Ladha, MD, FRCPC
2020 : Justin Hall, MD, MSc, MPH, MBA; Richelle Schindler, MD, MSc
2019 : Seyara Shwetz, MD; Colm McCarthy, MD, MDCM, maîtrise en éducation des sciences de la santé
2018 : Jena Hall, MD, MEd; Kimberly Williams, MD, MSc
2017 : Mark E. Lipson, MD, FRCSC; Victoria E. Cook, MD, FRCPC
2016 : Marie Claire Bourque, MD, FRCPC; Natasha Snelgrove, MD, FRCPC
2015 : Chelsea Maedler-Kron, MD; Hassan Mir, MD
2014 : Brent Thoma, MD, MA; Lacey Pitre, MD
2013 : Julie Kromm, MD; Arun Jagdeo, MD
2012 : Farhan Asrar, MD; Sathish Rajasekaran, MD
2011 : Zain Kassam, MD; Mélissa Langevin, MD, FRCPC
2010 : Jonathan Spicer, MD; Christian Kraeker, MD, FRCPC
2009 : Fiona Kouyoumdjian, MD; Andrei Metelitsa, MD, FRCPC


Anciens lauréats du Prix de l’éducateur de l’année dans un programme de résidence offert à l’étranger

2022: Holly Caretta-Weyer, MD, MHPE
2021: Daniel J. Schumacher, MD, PhD, MEd
2020: Felix Ankel, MD, FACEP
2019: Melchor Sánchez Mendiola, MD, MHPE, PhD
2018: Maria Trinidad Hoyl, MD
2017: Eric Warm, MD; Michelle Lin, MD
2016: Jamiu Busari, MD, PhD, MHPE
2015: Neela Al Lamki, MD, FRCPC, FACR, FRCPI, FRCP(Glasg)
2014: Abdulaziz Boker, MBBS


Anciens lauréats du Prix du leadership des résidents de l’étranger

2022: Ayeetin Azah, MD, MBA, capitaine de corvette
2021: Arjan Hura, MD
2020: Allison M.B. Webb, MD, MAT
2019: Simon Fleming, MBBS, MRCS, MSc, MAcadMEd, MASE(RACS), MFSTEd, FRSA, AFHEA
2018: Debraj Mukherjee, MD, MPH; Charle Viljoen, MBChB, MMed, FCP(SA)
2017: Manit Arora, MD
2016: Jordan D. Bohnen, MD, MBA
2015: Deepa Shah, MD
2014: Xaviour Walker, MD


Anciens lauréats du Prix de l’administrateur de programme en matière d’innovation et d’excellence

2022: Deborah Hall
2021: Jan Taylor
2020: Rachel Glennie
2019: Elisabeth Almeida
2018: Micheline MacDonald
2017: Sara Cover
2016: Candice Stroud
2015: Ginette Snook, CMEA
2014: Meegan Dowe

Anciens lauréats du Prix du meilleur exposé de la CIFR

2022: Differential attainment at the Intercollegiate Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS) examination: A high-stakes postgraduate surgical examination. M. Ricky Ellis, Université d’Aberdeen, Écosse

2021The most crushing thing: Understanding Assessment Burden for Residents in CBME. Mary Ott, PhD, Université Western, London (Ont.)
2020Discordance Between Competency-Based Assessment Using a Global Versus Reductionist Approach for Medical Students. Dre Holly Caretta-Weyer, Stanford University School of Medicine, California
2019The effects of gender on multiple mini-interview station scores for Selection into Australian Orthopaedic Surgery. Ian Incoll, MD, Australian Orthopaedic Association, Sydney
2018A grounded theory study of assessment anchors in postgraduate medical education: Forthcoming opportunities and ongoing tensions. Nancy Dudek, MD, University of Ottawa, Ottawa
2017Early detection of residents at risk of failure using a keyword specific algorithmGaby Tremblay, Université Laval
2016Feedback credibility in a formative postgraduate OSCE: Effects of examiner type Lynfa Stroud, MD, University of Toronto, Toronto
2015Entrustment in practice, a competency based curriculum assessed. Karsten van Loon, Sint Lucas Andreas Hospital, Amsterdam
2014Factors that influence residents’ perceived credibility of examiners during a formative OSCE. Lynfa Stroud, MD, Université de Toronto, Toronto
2013The impact of varying levels of implementation fidelity on resident perceptions of an assessment innovation. Shelley Ross, Université de l’Alberta, Calgary
2012Weighing the Influences: Advice Seeking During Residency Training. Katherine McKinney Lexington VA Medical Center
2011Remediation of residents in difficulty: A retrospective 10 – year review of the experience of a postgraduate board of examiners. Ingrid Zbieranowski, MD, Université de Toronto, Toronto
2010Evaluation of a structured wellness curriculum for emergency residents. Kathryn Dong, MD, Université de l’Alberta, Edmonton
2009Towards a profile-based method for evaluating residents: Faculty ranking and clustering of text-based profiles. Jodi McIlroy, MD, Université de la Colombie-Britannique, Vancouver
2008Analysis of Difficult Chest Tube Insertion Procedure – Revealing Limitations in Prototype Bench Model Training. Karen Joughin, MD, University of Queensland, Brisbane


Anciens lauréats du Prix du Meilleur exposé d’un résident sur l’amélioration de la qualité

2020Weighed and found wanting: An assessment of inpatient electronic sign-out list quality. Dr Peter Farag, Université de Toronto, Toronto
2019Providing evidence-based care, day and night: A quality improvement initiative to improve intensive care unit patient sleep quality. Stuart Douglas, MD, Queen’s University, Kingston
2018Resident practice-sharing in an academic family medicine teaching unit: Exploring effects on patient care and the resident educational experience. Stephenson Strobel, MD, Department of Policy Analysis and Management
2017Reducing repetitive ‘routine’ blood testing among hospitalized patients. Laura Walker, MD, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto


Anciens lauréats du Prix du meilleur exposé rédigé par un résident

2022: Resident and attending physician perspectives on direct and indirect observation.  Dre Kathleen O’Connell, Université d’Ottawa, Ottawa, ON

2021“Reduced to my race once again”: Perceptions about underrepresented minority students admitted to medical school in North America. Dre Hailey Barootes, Université Western, London (Ont.)
2020Divergent Experiences: An analysis of Gender Differences in Feedback during EPAs Internal Medicine. Dre Maxime Billick, Université de Toronto, Toronto
2019Assessing impact of research training on performance in general surgery residency.  Alexandre Mikhail, MD, Université de Toronto, Toronto
2018Does the operative experience of UK general surgery trainees reflect the entrustment model of competency assessment?  Elizabeth Elsey, MD, University of Nottingham, Nottingham
2017Evaluation of a resident lead teaching program for the MRCPCH clinical examination Wales UK. Dr Smiti Bihari, Morriston Hospital, Swansea
2016Resident evaluations of faculty: Resident versus faculty perspectives. Roochi Arora, MD, McMaster University, Hamilton
2015Thinking on the front line: Understanding resident decision making in clinical practice. Emilie H. Stevens, MD, Université de la Colombie-Britannique, Colombie-Britannique
2014The effects of resident duty hour reform on evolving concepts of professionalism: A qualitative study. Ning-Zi Sun, MD, Université McGill, Montréal
2013To Stay Or Not To Stay: A Grounded Theory Study Of The Post-Call Behaviours And Rationalizations Of Postgraduate Medical Trainees. Taryn S. Taylor, Université Western, London


Anciens lauréats du Prix du meilleur exposé des pratiques efficaces de la CIFR

2022: Scaling and spreading Quality Improvement education in the face of scarcity: Doing more with less.  Dr Alan Gob, Université Western,  London, ON

2021Creating and Sustaining the Pivot to Virtual Primary Care: Implementation and Evaluation of the Virtual Care Competency Training Roadmap (ViCCTR) in a large postgraduate residency program. Dre Batya Grundland, Université de Toronto, Toronto (Ont.)
2020Gauging reflective practices in pediatric residency candidates through an MMI station. Dr Spencer van Mil, Université McMaster, Hamilton
2019Providing evidence-based care, day and night: A quality improvement initiative to improve intensive care unit patient sleep quality.  Stuart Douglas, MD, Université Queen’s, Kingston
2018From resident-as-teacher to resident-as-role model: Enhancing resident teaching skills curricula.  Robert Sternszus, MD, Université McGill, Montréal
2017An innovative vehicle for delivering the ‘social pediatric’ curriculum. Dr Tara Baron, École de médecine du Nord de l’Ontario
2016Emergency Medicine with Follow-Up: A Situated Learning Model for Teaching Inpatient Medicine to Emergency Medicine Residents. Chris Merritt, MD, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
2015An integrated approach to teaching and assessing the health advocate and collaborator roles. Eleanor MacDougall, MD, Université du Manitoba, Manitoba
2014CanMEDS in context: Engaging residents in transition to residency program. Joan Binnendyk, Université Western, London
2013Improving resident feedback skills and medicine clerk communication (IMPRESS-ME): Results from a prospective educational cohort trial. Lindsay Melvin, Université McMaster, Hamilton
2012The development and assessment of a novel CanMEDS Manager curriculum to improve resident test-ordering efficiency. Andrew Burke, Université McMaster, Hamilton
2011Observation of feedback by senior residents: Realtime versus remote observation of feedback encounters. Ian Mazzetti, MD, Université McMaster, Hamilton
2010Teaching residents to evaluate and treat (TREaT) curriculum: Piloting a resident-as-teacher program. Zain Kassam, MD, Université McMaster, Hamilton


Anciens lauréats du Prix de la meilleure affiche de la CIFR

2022: Setting the stage for coaching: Examining clinical teachers’ coaching behaviours through a systems-based behaviour change lens.  Dre Jessica Trier, Université Queen’s, Kingston, ON

2021126 – Beyond the duty of call: Examining psychiatry residents’ experiences of on-call education. Dre Niloofar Izadi, Université de Toronto, Toronto (Ont.)
2019Surgical warm up – fact or fiction?  James Tomlinson, MD, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Sheffield
2018La septoplastie vidéo-assistée, le futur de l’enseignement de la chirurgie septale, innovation et processus d’apprentissage au bloc opératoire.  Hélène Maillé, MD, Université de Montréal, Montréal
2017A qualitative study exploring perceptions of trainees and attending physicians. Dr Stephen Gauthier, Université Queen’s
2016Use of the surgical teaching rubric improves technical skills’ acquisition and retention. Marina Y. Ibrahim, MD, McGill University, Montréal
2015Comparison of simulation-based resuscitation OSCE performance with ITER portfolio assessments of emergency medicine residents: A Canadian multi-center study. Andrew K. Hall, MD, Université Queen’s, Kingston
2014Development of a workshop to introduce internal medicine residents to handover. Curtiss Boyington, MD, Université de l’Alberta, Edmonton
2013The role of mental practice in interprofessional healthcare education: A simulation perspective. Sana A. Ahmed, Hôpital St. Michael’s, Toronto
2012Development and Validation of an Assessment Tool for Basic Radiological Image Interpretation. Monica Lypson, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
2011Interdisciplinary Site-Specific Didactic Meetings: Addressing Competency-Based Education and Program-Based Clinical Services. Marcio Gomes, Université d’Ottawa, Ottawa
2010“Making the leap”: Postgraduate trainees identify helpful instructional strategies during the first six months of training. Dawn Martin, MD, Université de Toronto, Toronto
2009Staff and resident responses to simulated cases of impaired anaesthesiologists. Sonia Dee Sampson, MD, Université Memorial, St. John’s
2008From 0-100: Creating a Research Agenda in Postgraduate Medical Education. Susan Glover Takahashi, Université de Toronto, Toronto