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Chair's Column

Ensuring Our Patients' Perspectives and Experiences Drive Our Work

Right before the holidays the Department of Medicine leaders met to discuss how we can most effectively ensure that we're embracing DoM's guiding principles.

In the course of the evening, there was much discussion of the principle, "Ensure patients’ preferences and priorities drive our work." Was the department simply doing lip-service to this aspiration? After all, doesn’t every healthcare organization espouse a commitment to patient-centered care?  Read more.

The Rounds Table is a free weekly podcast hosted online by Healthy Debate. Its purpose is to provide an informative and engaging discussion of new research from the leading medical journals in 30 minutes or less. The show is directed and hosted by Dr. Kieran Quinn, a fellow in general internal medicine at the University of Toronto. Physician co-hosts across Canada with diverse clinical practices offer unique perspectives on how to translate knowledge from the latest research into practice.
 
After two years online, The Rounds Table is now downloaded over 6000 times per month in over 100 countries across the globe! It was one of the top submissions in medical education at the 2015 Society of General Internal Medicine conference. One of only a handful of medical podcasts based in Canada, The Rounds Table helps physicians keep up with the latest clinical evidence in an enjoyable and easily accessible medium.
 
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Announcements & Events


Nominate a mentor for the R. Hyland Award for Excellence in Mentorship before January 31, 2017

City-Wide Medical Grand Rounds: Isaac I. Bogoch, January 18, 2017

First Annual Summit for Women in Academic Medicine

A Life Fulfilled: Dr. Joseph Thomas Marotta, MD, FRCP C

Appointments & Awards


Appointments & Awards: December 2016 & January 2017

New Faculty, New Faces


Welcome to the Department's new recruits

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