Karen Schultz, BSc, MD, CCFP

Karen Schultz
  • Associate Professor

Faculty Bio

Roles: Program Director
Key Responsibilities: As program director: Overseeing program development, implementation, running, and evaluation at all Queen's Family Medicine Training Sites. Being a resource for all sites, preceptors and residents. As a clinical preceptor: being the MRP for my clinical practice and a primary preceptor for the residents working with the 2West A team.
Education: BSc (honours): Dalhousie University MD: Queen's University CCFP: Queen's University FCFP
Expertise: Family Medicine and Medical Education
Research Interests: Medical Education
Awards and Accomplishments:  As Program Director: PARO Program of the Year Award in 2012 and 2016, 2015 CAME Certificate of Merit, 2013: Office of Faculty Development Professional Enhancement Recognition Program, Level 3. 2012: Ontario College of Family Physicians Award of Excellence 2010: Best Poster award CAME 2008, 1993: Faculty of Health Sciences Education Award 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2001 Clinical Instructors Award 2001, 1998, 1997: IMG Excellence in Clinical Teaching Recognition 1997: Family Medicine Resident's Appreciation Award.
About me: Initially from the West coast (West Vancouver and Tsawwassen to be precise), I did my undergrad training on the East Coast (Halifax), medical school training and residency at Queen's and, after a few moves, have settled back in Kingston. I have been active in sports all my life, love to do things with my family, like to travel, really enjoy Family Medicine and working with our FM residents.