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Dr. Anthony Train MBChB CCFP
Dr. Anthony Train
Position(s)
Assistant Professor

Faculty Bio

Roles: Staff Physician, Assistant Professor at Queen’s Department of Family Medicine; QFHT Quality Improvement Committee Chair, Quality Improvement Leader
Key Responsibilities: Family practice. Care of the Adult domain for family medicine residency program. Oversight for implementation of quality improvement at QFHT; Supporting Quality Improvement training program for family medicine residents.
Education:

MBChB, Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

MSc, Master of Science in Healthcare Quality, Queen’s University, Kingston

Expertise:

Patient Safety, quality care delivery in primary care, overuse of medications, tests, treatments and procedures, healthcare resource stewardship.

Research Interests:

Patient Safety in Primary Healthcare  

Systematic review of primary care clinical topics and preventive care.

About Me:

Dr. Train completed his medical training in South Africa in 2009. In 2011 he relocated to Whitecourt, Alberta to practice rural family medicine. He became Alberta’s Choosing Wisely Canada leader for primary care and held various other leadership positions in primary care with Primary Care Networks and the Alberta College of Family Physicians. In 2015 Dr. Train moved to Calgary and continued to practice family medicine, emergency medicine as well as support Medical Assistance in Dying for the Calgary zone. He relocated to Kingston in 2018 to begin his academic family medicine career. He is currently a member at PEER (peerevidence.ca) and a fellow at the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health (https://canadiantaskforce.ca/)