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Francophone Reference Group

April 12 - 18, 2014 is National Volunteer Week in Canada. The outstanding success of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) is the result of the collaboration of individuals, communities, and organizations across the School's wider campus of Northern Ontario. Members of NOSM's Board of Directors, Francophone Reference Group, Aboriginal Reference Group, Local NOSM Groups, communities, and individuals across the North volunteer their time to ensure the School—built in the North, for the North, and by the North—is extraordinary.

NOSM Congratulates Awards of Education and Scholarship Recipients

Northern Constellations 2015 - Award Recipient

Faculty and learners with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) were presented with Awards of Education and Scholarship on Friday, March 27, 2015 at the Northern Constellations Conference hosted by the School. Recipients of the peer-nominated awards are: Dr. Harshad Telang (Academic Leader), Dr. Jack Haggarty (Clinical Scholar), Dr. Lee Toner (Clinical Teacher), Dr. Alexandria Peel (Learner Advocate/Leader), Dr. Aaron Rothstein (Learner Peer Teaching), Mr. John Coccimiglio (Learner Scholar Activity) and, Dr. Frank Nigro (Learner Nominated Teacher). Dr. David Mutrie was the inaugural recipient of the Physician Clinical Teachers' Association Leadership Award. Congratulations to all award nominees and recipients!

Fourth Annual Northern Constellations Brings NOSM Faculty Together

Northern Constellations 2015 - Participants

Nearly 250 health-care professionals from across the North participated in the Northern Ontario School of Medicine's (NOSM) fourth annual Northern Constellations Faculty Development Conference on March 27 - 28, 2015. A wide variety of innovative and interactive workshops provided forums for NOSM faculty to share experiences and challenges along with opportunities to improve specific skills in teaching, leadership, and research. Three special guests provided plenary sessions. Dr. Karl Stobbe spoke to generalism as a philosophy of broad based comprehensive care where the generalist practitioner is prepared and willing to reach across existing gaps in the health care delivery system to respond to patient and community needs. Discussing the importance of “slowing down,” Dr. Carol-anne Moulton touched on importance of physicians taking time for self-reflection in practice. Civility in caring for oneself, colleagues, and the medical community was the topic of Dr. Michael Kaufmann's presentation.



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