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I am writing to share the news that our colleague Pascale Mongrain, Executive Director at the Faculty of Medicine, will be leaving McGill University in order to pursue a new and exciting career challenge. Pascale’s last day with us will be April 18, 2019. Please join me in wishing Pascale every success in her new role, one that she will no doubt approach with her characteristic rigour and commitment to success that she demonstrated throughout her time here.
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The McGill Faculty of Medicine Clinical Innovation Competition was inspired by McGill alumnus Dr. Raymond Hakim with the goal of supporting members of our Faculty of Medicine community in conceiving and developing ideas with the potential to have a direct impact on Canadian or global health care.

Five finalists will pitch their initiatives as they compete for the prestigious Hakim Family Innovation Prize and the Marika Zelenka Roy Innovation Prize before a panel of esteemed judges. The winners of the MI4 Innovation Prize and the Steinberg Centre Simnovation Prize will also be announced during the ceremony.
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It is with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Dr. Laurie Musgrave to the position of Longitudinal Family Medicine Experience (LFME) Course Director for the Department of Family Medicine of McGill University, effective since March 1, 2019.
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We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Sylvain Baillet to the position of Associate Dean, Research, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University. Dr. Baillet takes over from Dr. Shari Baum, who was recently appointed Vice-Dean, Life Sciences. As Associate Dean, Research, Dr. Baillet will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of research administration in the Faculty of Medicine, including developing and applying research policies.
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I write to encourage you to complete McGill’s employment equity survey. Data from this census will be essential to providing the University with a detailed portrait of who we are as a workforce, and will inform its policies, procedures and planning as these relate to staff at McGill. Please take less than a minute to “count yourself in” by completing the survey.
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The Faculty Council’s December 5, 2018 meeting minutes are now available online, together with the presentation and video. Among the topics covered during the Dec. 5 meeting were the McGill Cancer Consortium (MC2), presented by Dr. Morag Park, Director of the Goodman Cancer Research Centre. Also covered were McGill’s and the Faculty’s Bicentennial planning and the Ingram School of Nursing’s Centennial planning. Provost Christopher Manfredi addressed Council members near the end of the meeting.
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The PGME Accreditation Committee is seeking 6 representative members, as described below. This committee is mandated to oversee the ongoing process of accreditation, as part of PGME’s approach to continuous quality improvement. The committee will meet at least 4 times per year. Additional meetings may be called in response to specific needs. The term of office for non ex-officio members is 3 years, renewable. Please note that the deadline for submissions is March 22, 2019.
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Are you new to publishing research in academic journals? This workshop offered by The Lancet, one of the premier medical journals, will explain how to structure your article, understand the peer review process, how to get your research noticed, and other important publishing tips and tricks.
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Are you an academic peer reviewer? Are you interested in being one? Peer review is a central component of the academic publishing process. In this workshop offered by The Lancet, one of the premier medical journals, you will learn how to construct an effective review, navigate some of the pitfalls of being a reviewer, what editors look for in reviewer comments and critiques, and emerging trends in the peer review process.
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It is once again time to submit nominations for the Maude Abbott and Haile T. Debas prizes. The Maude Abbott Prize was established in 2010 by the Faculty of Medicine in order to recognise outstanding female faculty members who excel in Education, Research or Administration with a focus at the early career stage. The Haile T. Debas Prize, also created in 2010, recognises a faculty member of any gender or ethnicity who helps to promote diversity. Please note that the deadline for submission of nominations is Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 4:00 p.m.
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