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Dr. Barber, Dr. Hall Barber, and Dr. Birtwhistle have all been awarded funding from the SEAMO Innovation Fund.
Dr. David Barber and Sherri Elms have been rewarded funds from a CIHR grant.
Dr. Lawrence Leung has recently been named the Associate Editor of JAMS
Primary Care Research Day, February 28 2013.
CSPC is currently looking for an IT Research Projects Coordinator.
CSPC is offering one time research initiation grants to DFM faculty. The deadline is Feb 15 2013.
Dr. Leung's article being featured on MDLinx.com. Welcome to Rachael Morkem, the new CPCSSN Research Association. Happy Holidays
Dr. Scott Smith and Dr. Richard Birwhistle have had a new publication come out.
CSPC has a very busy fall approaching with several conference publications.
CSPC faculty has had 4 new publications come out recently.
Dr. Lawrence Leung has been as busy as always publishing, having 4 articles published this week and 2 poster accepted.
CSPC's 2011/2012 annual report
Congratulations to all CSPC and DFM staff and faculty who have published and presented this year.
Dr. Walter Rosser will receive the Diamond Jubilee Medal for significant achievement and remarkable service.
Three Queen's students have been awarded studentships for summer projects with CSPC
Two Queen's students have been approved for funding from the A. Stuart Robb Fund
Dr. Mike Green was featured in the first issue of Queen's new research magazine (e)Affect for his research with First Nations communities.
Dr. Ruth Wilson discusses her project examining the characteristics of high performing family health teams
The Worklife Balance Committee hosted a celebration for all administrative professionals
CPCCSN project update from Dr. David Barber
Winners from Primary Care Research Day and a slide show from the days events
Dr. Birtwhistle's announcement of the News Blog
Current news of CSPC
CSPC Newsletter for November 2011
Canadian Family Physician Journal
CSPC Newsletter for May 2011
Community On-site Supporting Living Program
CSPC Newsletter for December 2010
Congratulations to Dr. Susan Phillips, who is one of the Principal Investigators of a six year funded CIHR New Emerging Team Grant: 'Gender Differences in Mobility: what we can learn about improving mobility in old age.'
Dr. Richard Birtwhistle presented with the Researcher of the Year Award at the annual meeting of the Family Medicine Forum, Vancouver, October, 2010.
Congratulations to Dr. Michael Green and Dr. Lawrence Leung for their new publications
CSPC Newsletter October 2010 Issue
Congratulations members of the Centre for Studies in Primary Care and Department of Family Medicine who have been awarded funding from the SEAMO Educational Innovation and Research Fund.
The Centre for Studies in Primary Care has hosted an annual Primary Care Research Day since February 2003. On "Research Day," faculty and residents present their projects in either oral or poster format.