Established in recognition of Dr. W. Dale Dauphinee’s contributions
to the Medical Council of Canada from 1970 to 2006
The W. Dale Dauphinee Fellowship is intended to support the vision of the Medical Council of Canada (MCC) by supporting medical educators to enhance their knowledge and skills in physician assessment. The fellowship will enable the recipient to visit and work with leaders in assessment to study or gain experience in the application of new knowledge or techniques or to further their pursuit of a project related to the assessment of physician knowledge, skills, behaviours, and attitudes relevant to the effective practice of medicine. Recipients are expected to outline a plan for how the skills and knowledge gained throughout this fellowship will benefit Canadian medical education on a national level. The next Fellowship will be offered for the 2018 grant cycle.
Questions about the 2018 W. Dale Dauphinee Fellowship should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|2015||Dr. Beth-Ann Cummings, McGill University|
|2014||Dr. Debra Pugh, University of Ottawa|
|2013||Dr. Susanna Martin, University of Saskatchewan|
|2012||Dr. Debra Pugh, University of Ottawa|
|2011||Dr. Michelle Gibson, Queen’s University|
|2011||Dr. Brent Kvern, University of Manitoba|
|2008||Dr. Claire Touchie, University of Ottawa|