Stephen Miller, MD, CCFP(EM), FCFP, Med
Assistant Dean, Skilled Clinician & Interprofessional Education, UGME; Assistant Professor, Emergency Physician
Masters of Health Professions Education (Acadia University)
FCFP (College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada)
CFPC(EM) (College of Family Physicians of Canada)
Family Practice Residency (Dalhousie University)
Internal Medicine Residency (Dalhousie University)
MD (Dalhousie University)
BSc (Acadia University)
Selected Professional Appointments:
Assistant Dean Clinical Skills and Interprofessional Education, Dalhousie Undergraduate Medical Education
Interprofessional Education Lead for Faculty of Medicine
Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine with a Cross Appointment with the Department of Medical Education
Dr. Miller has developed and implemented simulation programs for medical students and post-graduate learners in EM. He is the Chief Examiner for the OSCE in the longitudinal skilled clinician program, and has been the Chief Examiner for the MCCQE Qualifying examinations in Halifax. He has been involved in medical education research involving feedback in learners. He has co-authored several publications in feedback research, medical education, and clinical medicine.
Preparing students for best practice collaborative stroke care: changing knowledge and attitudes. MacKenzie, D.E. and G. Creaser, K. Sponagle, G. Gubitz, P. MacDougall, D. Blacquiere, S.G. Miller, G. Sarty. Journal of Interprofessional Care. Accepted for publication in 2016
Clinician as Teacher (CAT): An Interactive One Day Workshop for Physician Clinical Educators. Altenkirk, G. and C. Leblanc, M. Matte, G. Brisseau, G. Kovacs, J. MacIntyre, C. Maxner, S.G. Miller, M. Rajda, V. Gazit, B. Vair, K. Gadd, B. Crooks, K. Mann, L. Hazelton, S. Field and P. Smith. Med Ed Portal Publications. Submitted for publication 2014.
Encouraging Residents to Seek Feedback. Delva, D. and J. Sargent, S.G. Miller, J. Holland, P. Brown, C. Leblanc, K. Lightfoot, and K. Mann. Medical Teacher 2013.e1-7.
Understanding and Improving Residents' Feedback-Seeking Activities: Faculty and Residents' Perceptions. Miller, S.G. and J. Holland, et all. Poster Presentation, International Conference on Residency Education, Ottawa, Canada. 2012.
Masters in Education, Cum Laude, Acadia University (2016)
Most Supportive Emergency Medicine Department Member (2014)
Emergency Medicine Teacher of Excellency Award (2013)