Recognition

We would like to recognise our colleagues who have received the following grants and awards over the past year.  

June 2022

Nova Scotia Health Research Fund $88,763.90
Making space for physician grief: A longitudinal discourse analysis
Prinicipal Investigator: Sarah Burm
Co-Investigators: Angela Cooper, Aruna Dhara, Sarah Fraser, Lara Hazelton, Anna MacLeod, and Stephen Miller, all Dalhousie University

May 2022

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Knowledge Synthesis Grant: Emerging Asocial Society $29,961
Unravelling grief: A scoping review of physicians' and nurses' experiences of grief during COVID-19

Prinicipal Investigator: Sarah Burm
Co-Investigators: Erin Kennedy, Western University; Frances Kilbertus, Northern Ontario School of Medicine; Anna MacLeod, Dalhousie University; Jackie Phinney, Dalhousie University; Susan Robinson, Canadore College

April 2022

Early Career Medical Educators (ECME) Champion Award
(CAME-Canadian Association for Medical Education)
Dr Sarah Burm

November 2021

2021 Family Physician of the Year, Dalhousie Medical Alumni Association (DMAA)
Dr Mike Fleming

 

June 2021

Wayne Putnam Award, Dalhousie CPDME
Dr. Michael Allen
 

May 2021

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Insight Grant $150,440
The virtual village: How do videoconferencing technologies influence experiences of postpartum education during a pandemic?

Prinicipal Investigator: Megan Aston, Dalhousie University
Co-investigators: Britney Benoit, St. Francis Xavier University; Annette J. Elliott Rose, Other/Unknown; Josephine B. Etowa, University of Ottawa; Damilola Iduye, Dalhousie University; Susan M. Jack, McMaster University; Phillip Joy, Mount Saint Vincent University; Anna M. MacLeod, Dalhousie University; Lenora L. Marcellus, University of Victoria; Rachel Ollivier, Dalhousie University; Sheri L. Price, Dalhousie University; Sarah Meaghan Sim, Dalhousie University; Gail Tomblin Murphy, NS Health

April 2021

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Partnership Engage Grant $24,992
Prescribing Art: An Innovative Collaboration to Positively Impact Individuals Diagnosed with Depression

Prinicipal Investigator: Wendy Stewart
Partner: Saint John Arts Centre

March 2021

2021 AFMC Award for Outstanding Contribution to Faculty Development in Canada
Lara Hazelton

January 2021

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Knowledge Synthesis Grant $26,988
Educating future physicians in the time of COVID: A scoping review of online medical education

Prinicipal Investigator: Anna MacLeod
Co-investigators: Bradley Wuetherick, Dalhousie University; Paula Cameron, Dalhousie University; Robin Parker, Dalhousie University; Ryan Clow, Dalhousie University

January 2021

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of CanadaPartnership Engage Grants COVID-19 Special Initiative $25,000
COVID 19: Identifying and addressing intersecting barriers of gender, sex and race to academic productivity in Canadian Faculties of Medicine during the COVID-19 pandemic
Applicant: Sophie Soklaridis, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Co-applicants: Anna MacLeod, Dalhousie University; Ayelet Kuper, University of Toronto; Brett Schrewe, University of British Columbia; Christine Chambers, Dalhousie University; Constance LeBlanc, Dalhousie University; Fiona Clement, University of Calgary; Heather Ross, University Health Network; Jayna Holroyd-Leduc, University of Calgary; Kinnon MacKinnon, York University; Maria Rajah, McGill University; Patricia Houston, University of Toronto; Valerie Taylor, University of Calgary; Vicky Stergiopoulos, University of Toronto
Partner: Canadian Medical Association, Ottawa ON

January 2021

2021 Canadian Association of Medical Education (CAME) Certificate of Merit Award
Lara Hazelton

October 2020

Royal College Accredited CPD Provider Innovation Award 2020
Choosing Wisely with Academic Detailing Service Conference: 5 Years Later
Constance LeBlanc

August 2020

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Insight Development Grant $62,220
Who deserves admission to medical school? A case study exploring the complex realities of medical school selection
Prinicipal Investigator: Sarah Burm
Co-investigators: Anna MacLeod, Rachael Pack
Collaborators: Andrea Rideout, Gaynor Watson-Creed