Speaker: Dr. Iliana Lega, MD, FRCPC; Scientist, Women’s College Research Institute; Staff Endocrinologist, Women’s College Hospital; Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto
Host: Dr. Lorraine Lipscombe
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Neurology International Residents Videoconference and Exchange (NIRVE) is a resident-led initiative founded by the Division of Neurology at the University of Toronto in 2009, to promote education through international collaboration.
The rounds take place at St. Michael’s Hospital, typically on the first Thursday of the month from September to June at 8AM, Eastern time zone.
The Department of Medicine’s Research Awards recognize members of the Department of Medicine who have made contributions to the advancement of knowledge in medicine and demonstrated excellence as a scientist and researcher.
The Department of Medicine’s overriding mission is to ensure the delivery of excellent clinical care in its associated hospitals, and the preparation of future physician leaders that will help carry this mission forward throughout Canada and the World. Within the Department, certain faculty members serve as exemplars of this mission, providing leadership in patient care that elevates and enlarges the profession.
There are three DoM Teaching and Education Awards:
- Teacher of the Year Award
- William Goldie Prize and Travel Award in Education
- William Goldie Prize and Travel Award in Teaching
The Department of Medicine’s top priority is to ensure patients and their families, and their experiences, drive our work. The fundamental principles of "person-centeredness" are open communication, mutual respect, and emotional connection between physicians and their patients.
The purpose of this award is to recognize faculty who have shown sustained excellence in mentoring other members of the Department including helping them to develop their professional careers while balancing the competing challenges of their personal lives.
Mentorship is a process whereby an experienced, highly regarded, empathetic person (the mentor) guides another (usually younger or more junior) individual (the mentee) in the development and re-examination of their own ideas, learning, and personal and professional development.
Speaker: Dr. Philip Schauer
Professor of Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine
Chief of Minimally Invasive General Surgery and Director of the Cleveland Clinic Bariatric and Metabolic Institute (BMI)
President of the American Society for Bariatric Surgery
Host: Banting & Best Diabetes Centre
Facilitator: Dr. M. Binnie
Dr. Victoria Mintsopoulos/ Dr. Warren Lee
Dr. Sajad Moshkelgosha/ Dr. Stephen Juvet
Division of Neurology: JC Richardson/AE Lang Day
There are two DoM Quality & Innovation awards:
- The William Goldie Prize and Travel Award in Quality Improvement & Innovation is awarded to a junior faculty member of the Department who is within ten years of initial appointment to the Department and who has made significant contributions that one would characterize as falling under the rubric of Quality Improvement & Innovation. Please note that the 10-year window of eligibility can be extended in cases where the nominee was off work due to parental or illness leave.
Facilitator: Dr. C. Ryan
Speaker: Dr. Sushimida Pamidi
Facilitator: Dr. M. Binnie
Speaker: Dr. Bill Geerts
Division of Neurology: City-Wide Neurology Grand Rounds
Speakers: Drs Renato Munoz and Alfonso Fasano