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Learners

The Centre for Family Medicine is proud to provide a supportive environment for the education of next generation health care professionals.

Mission

Learning by an inter-professional team, which is enhanced and strengthened by education, research, and practice innovation, for the public, patients, learners, and practitioners, within a sustainable, supportive environment. To provide leadership in effective primary health care delivery

Group of Learners

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Excellence in Health Care Delivery to Patients
  • Evidence-informed best practice, patient-centred care for 20,000 patients
  • Outreach programs to vulnerable populations such as refugees, homeless people, people with mobility-access issues, rural Mennonites, and patients with dementia
Building a Learning CommunityResident Daniel Kahn
  • Site for the Kitchener-Waterloo McMaster Family Medicine Residency program
  • Primary care teaching for inter-professional learners in medicine, pharmacy, optometry, social work, nursing (RN, RPN and NP), clinical nutrition and other professions
Excellence in Research, Education, and Innovation
  • Development of inter-professional programs in point-of-care anti-coagulation monitoring, dementia assessment and care, and mobility-access issues
  • Innovation in linking family medicine to pharmacy, social work,optometry, and other professions
Responsible Community Citizenship
  • Leadership in building the new University of Waterloo Integrated Health Building (IHB)
  • Leadership in local eco-system health and global health initiatives
Leadership in System-Wide Primary Health Care Policy Change
  • Mentorship for Family Health Teams and other teams from across Canada
  • Leadership in provincial inter-professional care groups

 

For prospective family medicine residents, please click here