SEAMO Endowed Education and Scholarship Fund

Congratulations to the 2019 SEAMO Endowed Education and Scholarship Fund, award winners! These 11 unique projects aim to transform healthcare delivery in Ontario in several domains.

  • Dr. Genevieve Digby, Department of Medicine - Evaluation of a Formal Patient Safety Curriculum and Informal Experiential Learning on Internal Medicine Residents’ Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes Related to Quality Improvement and Patient Safety: Informing a Curriculum and Competency-based Assessment
  • Dr. Stephen Gauthier, Department of Medicine – Investigating the Factors that Impact Quantity of Workplace-based Assessments and Performance in Residency Training
  • Dr. Kelly Howse, Department of Family Medicine – Analysis of Factors Predicting Applicants’ Matching Success in the Canadian Residency Match
  • Dr. Maria Hussain, Department of Psychiatry - Operationalizing Subspecialty Training in the Competency by Design Model: A Case Study of Lived Experiences
  • Dr. Paula James, Department of Medicine - Learning in Translational Medicine Graduate Program: A Developmental Evaluation Approach
  • Dr. Amer Johri, Department of Medicine - Integrating Cardiac and Lung POCUS into the Medical School Curriculum: Didactic Methods compared to E-Learning
  • Dr. Sarosh Khalid-Khan, Department of Psychiatry - Evaluating the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Sub-specialty Program Richard primary – most research assoc time and transcription
  • Dr. Peter MacPherson, Department of Paediatrics - Evaluating Medical Students’ Experiences with a Pediatrics eBook
  • Dr. Glenio Mizubuti, Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine - Focused Cardiac Ultrasound Training as Continuing Medical Education (CME) for Staff Physicians
  • Dr. Darrin Payne, Department of Surgery - Informing Ongoing CBME Program Improvement in the Department of Surgery with a Coordinated Program Evaluation Approach
  • Dr. Jessica Trier, Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - Operationalizing Competence Committees: Lessons learned from early implementers of CBME in the Canadian Context

The SEAMO Endowed Scholarship and Education Fund supports projects intended to add value to the continuum of medical education offered through Queen’s School of Medicine e.g. undergraduate medical education, postgraduate training programs or continuing professional development. This year we will invest more than $150,000 to support our SEAMO-funded physicians in these important projects.

Selection is based on the clarity of the proposal, its relevance to the purpose of the SEAMO Endowed Scholarship and Education Fund and the extent to which the project contributes to building knowledge in the field of educational scholarship.

Want to learn more about the SEAMO Endowed Scholarship and Education Fund? Check out our partner’s website for additional information, and to download the proposal form.