Queen's University

Medical educators honoured

 
2009-03-25

Two Queen's professors are among the 36 recipients of the 2009 Canadian Association of Medical Educators (CAME) Certificate of Merit. Jessica Burjorjee (Anesthesiology) and Robert Reid (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) will be honoured at the 2009 CAME Annual General Meeting in May.

Two Queen's professors are among the 36 recipients of the 2009 Canadian Association of Medical Educators (CAME) Certificate of Merit. Jessica Burjorjee (Anesthesiology) and Robert Reid (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) will be honoured at the 2009 CAME Annual General Meeting in May.

The annual award is presented to medical educators across Canada who have made a valuable contribution to medical education at their institution. CAME confirms nominees selected by a local committee.

Created in 1987, CAME is a grass-roots organization of medical educators, which aims to promote excellence in medical education across Canada. The group supports faculty educational development and encourages research in medical education by facilitating networking, providing opportunities to present scholarly work, and offering access to professional development activities.

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