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Dr. Susan Phillips Receives CFPC Lifetime Achievement in FM Research Award

Dr. Susan Phillips, Director of Research for the department and the Centre for Studies in Primary Care, has received a College of Family Physicians of Canada Lifetime Achievement in Family Medicine Research Award. 

This award honours trailblazers and leaders who have made a significant contribution to family medicine research during their active careers. It publicly recognizes their work and the discipline of family medicine. 

OASIS Program to Expand with $1M in Provincial Funding

A program designed to support aging well at home, co-led by Dr. Catherine Donnelly, occupational therapist at Queen’s Family Health Team’s Belleville site, has received more than $1M in provincial funding to expand.  

Department Announces Dr. Sarah Funnell as Indigenous Health Director

Queen’s Family Medicine is pleased to announce Dr. Sarah Funnell as Indigenous Health Director.   

Working with Indigenous health leads at each of the program’s four sites, Dr. Funnell will advance the department’s program-wide core curriculum in Indigenous health. She will also provide consultation regarding recruitment, admission, and support of Indigenous residents.  

Dr. Kieran Moore to Lead $4M Lyme Disease Network

Dr. Kieran Moore and his research team have been awarded $4M to battle Lyme disease across Canada.  

Funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Pan-Canadian Research Network on Lyme Disease will bring together scientists, clinicians, and patients to advance the science of Lyme disease prevention and control, diagnosis, and treatment.  

LGBTQ+ Health Focus of Global Health Publication

The Fall/Winter 2018 issue of Horizons, the department’s twice-annual global health publication, focuses on LGBTQ+ health. (Posted September 2018)

Dr. Michael Green Leads $2M Study of Primary Health Care in Ontario

Dr. Michael Green is Nominated Principal Investigator for a $2 million grant that will enable him to continue to study the state of primary health-care services in Ontario.  

The INSPIRE-PHC-2 (Innovations Strengthening Primary Healthcare through Research-Phase 2) research program has been awarded through the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care’s Health System Research Fund (HSRF).  

The project is a continuation of an earlier three-year HSRF program award that was led by Western University.  

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