Medical School

Each year we are asked to provide teachers, tutors and supervisors to help aid the teaching of medical students.

Some of the topics include:

  • Clinical Skills (MSK – Musculoskeletal)
  • Clinical Reasoning skills
  • Critical Thinking
  • Humanities
  • Professional Competencies
  • Communication and Clinical skills
  • Laboratory and Diagnostic investigations
  • Pathology
  • Anatomy
  • Pathophysiology
  • Histology
  • Pharmacology & Therapeutics
  • Interprofessional Care
  • Communicate effectively with patients (simulated and volunteer) with a diversity of ages, genders, cultures, abilities and diagnoses.
  • Perform a complete patient-centred medical history
  • Demonstrate an organized approach to a general physical examination within the psychosocial and cultural context of each patient. This basic examination may include examination of the cardiorespiratory system, abdomen, mental state (including memory), neurological system, and musculoskeletal system.
  • Present the history and physical examination in an organized, concise fashion
  • Document the history and physical examination in an organized legible fashion
  • Demonstrate recognition of their emotional reactions to situations they have encountered in clinical settings. (Note: This objective may be achieved in collaboration with the Self-Care/Self-Reflection teaching that takes place in Professional Competencies).
  • Demonstrate professional attitudes and behaviours appropriate for clinical practice.
Dr. Alexander Dr. Amirault Dr. Biddulph Dr. Coady Dr. Coles Dr. Dunbar Dr. Glazebrook Dr. Gross Dr. Johnston Dr. Leighton Dr. Oxner
Dr. Reardon Dr. Richardson Dr. Trenholm Dr. Wong Dr. Howard Dr. Orlik Dr. Logan Dr. El-Hawary Dr. O'Brien Dr. Legay Dr. Venugopal