Faculty Development

Faculty Development supports faculty members in their roles as t
researchers/scholars and administrators/leaders. 


Site Leads    

Kingston/Thousand Islands: TBA soon

Belleville/Quinte: Jessica Ladouceur - jessica.ladouceur@dfm.queensu.ca

Peterborough/Kawartha: Natalie Whiting 

Oshawa/Lakeridge: Sina Sajed - sina.sajed@dfm.queensu.ca

Teachers’ Competencies              

  1. Orient residents: prepare yourself, your office and your resident for the rotation
  2. Teach in clinical settings: understand adult learning; use techniques effective in clinical settings
  3. Observe and provide feedback
  4. Assess residents: use Queen’s Department of Family Medicine’s competency based assessments
  5. Support the resident in difficulty
  6. Use Queen's policies


Other Resources

  1. Practical Prof/Practical Doc – Alberta’s Rural Health Professionals Action Plan
  2. CFPC Fundamental Teaching Activity Framework and other Teachers’ Resources
  3. Queen's Faculty of Health Sciences' Continuing Professional Development and Faculty Development 
  4. Problem Based Small Group Learning modules – Education (available from Faculty Development Site Leads – see above)



  • Dr. Ingrid Harle has been named Director, Faculty Development for Queen's Health Sciences
  • For those attending FMF this fall, the FMF 2018 Faculty Development Interest Group meeting will take place on Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.  Those planning to attend must confirm by November 1st.  

Upcoming Events: 

Faculty Development Session - "Feedback"

Monday, November 12, 2018
12:15-1:15 p.m.
Haynes Hall Seminar Room, 115 Clarence Street (Main Floor)
Presented by: Dr. Brent Wolfrom

Please RSVP to: vicky.garrah@dfm.queensu.ca