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Spotlight on Hoan Linh Banh

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Spotlight on Dr. Rob Warren

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It Takes a Village: How Sather Clinic staff support Canadian athletes preparing for the Olympics

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Research Development Rounds

Researchers all have their usual collaborators or team members, but sometimes it really helps to get outside perspective and input. Research Development Rounds can offer a new perspective and give insight into how grant application and journal processes.

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The Accidental Researcher

A summer research project with the Department of Family Medicine helps pharmacy student Dimitri Galatis find his passion for research.

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Spotlight on Hoan Linh Banh

Hoan Linh Banh recently shared her thoughts on the role of pharmacists in health care, the value of developing relationships, and working with learners.

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Spotlight on Dr. Rob Warren

On June 1, 2021, Rob Warren began his new position in the department as assistant program director, rural.

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It Takes a Village: How Sather Clinic staff support Canadian athletes preparing for the Olympics

Part 2: Sport and exercise medicine physician Marni Wesner is prepared for a very different Olympic experience

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It Takes a Village: How Sather Clinic staff support Canadian athletes preparing for the Olympics

Part 1: Sport ad exercise medicine physician Terry De Freitas reflects on providing medical care for Canadian athletes and preparing for the Olympics

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Spotlight on Dr. Guy Blais

Dr. Guy Robert Blais is a U of A medical school alumnus, DoFM residency graduate, writer, book author, and former classmate of Research Program Director Dr. Donna Manca. He has been contributing to medical education for family physicians for many years.

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BedMed High Blood Pressure Study Reaches Milestone, Expands to Help More Canadians

Involvement from community physicians and patients helps build momentum for Canada’s largest primary care Randomized Control Trial

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Congratulations to Dr. Andrew Cave

Congratulations to Dr. Andrew Cave, recipient of the 2020 Reg L. Perkins Award, and one of Canada’s family physicians of the year by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC).

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Department of Family Medicine Welcomes Yellowknife to the Team

DoFM residency program has a hand in setting up Canada's first circumpolar family medicine residency learning site.

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PEER Provides Summer Students with a Unique Learning Opportunity

Three medical students learn from a nationally-recognized evidence-based medicine research team.

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Researching the Response to COVID-19

Forward thinking researchers examine pandemic activity to prepare for future responses.

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CHANGE Expands its Reach to Support More Albertans

Successful program focused on improving health through positive lifestyle changes now offers family-based programming.

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A Critical Thinking Q & A

A Critical Thinking: A Q & A with Drs David Ross and Michelle Morros

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Shelley Ross Q & A

Shelley Ross, PhD, named president of the Canadian Association for Medical Education.

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We're in uncharted waters: Doctors adjust as virtual appointments become the new norm

Family doctors, specialists find ways to assess patients remotely during pandemic

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You Are Not Alone

Research assistant aims to investigate how peer support interventions can help young people living with chronic pain.

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Healthcare providers work together to to bring family caregivers needs to light

Family medicine faculty member is leading efforts to provide support to an overlooked group of care providers

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Q and A with Dr Jessica Kirkwood

Dr. Jessica Kirkwood joined the Department of Family Medicine team as Assistant Professor on September 1, 2019.

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