Dr. Louise Logan
The Resident Wellness Program is pleased to announce that Dr. Louise Logan has accepted the position of Wellness Lead Clinician for the NOSM Postgraduate Medical Education Unit effective July 1st , 2020. Dr. Logan has replaced Dr. DellaVedova the inaugural Lead Clinician whose term will end September 30th, 2020. The overlap will facilitate a smooth transition and the firstname.lastname@example.org email address for contacting the Wellness Lead Clinician will remain the same going forward. As Dr. DellaVedova concludes his outstanding term as the School’s first PGME Wellness Lead Clinician, we acknowledge and thank him for his many important contributions in the role over the last four years.
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Logan to the PGME portfolio in this leadership position.
Dr. Louise Logan is currently the Wellness Lead Clinician for the NOSM Postgraduate Medical Education Unit. The Wellness Lead Clinician is responsible for coordinating the Postgraduate Medical Education Wellness Program, as well as providing direct support to our residents. The Wellness Lead Clinician also represents the wellness interests of all residents to NOSM and its programs, including providing education, consultation and supports to faculty and administrators.
Most importantly for you, the Wellness Lead Clinician acts as a confidential resource to residents who are in need of support. If you have a wellness concern that may affect your training, or vice versa, please feel free to contact Dr. Logan as a resource and as a link to further assistance to link you to other resources.
The Wellness Lead Clinician is supported by our two PGME Coordinators, Ms. Jaimy Kiiskila and Ms. Cathy Duchesne and our Postgraduate Medical Education Manager, Dr. Kristy Côté, who manages the team and the office budget. The Resident Wellness Office is also strongly supported by our Wellness Advisory Group which is composed of residents, faculty, staff and administrators who meet regularly to steer the program and respond to residents’ needs.
Residency has the potential to be the most rewarding, formative and enjoyable time of your life. If you are struggling or scraping by, please don’t hesitate to reach out!
Dr. Louise Logan
NOSM PGE Wellness Lead Clinician