Nadine St. Pierre Award

Drs Anne-Sophy Lainesse, Maxime Chabot, Steve Truong and Vincent Langevin 2015 Toronto

Supported by the Research and Education Foundation of the College of Family Physicians of Canada.

This award is named in honour of the late Dr Nadine St-Pierre, who was instrumental in the development of the French language version of the Certification Examination in Family Medicine. The award recognizes the best scholarly work of an outstanding Francophone family medicine resident (R1, R2, and R3) for work done in French.

All French nominations from each family medicine residency program for the Family Medicine Resident Awards for Scholarship will be eligible for the Nadine St-Pierre Award. In addition, nominations can be submitted directly for the Nadine St-Pierre Award by June 20, 2016.

Selection Process

The Awards Committee of the Quebec College of Family Physicians (QCFP) will select the recipient of this award from among the Francophone recipients of the Family Medicine Resident Awards for Scholarship and from the nominations directly submitted for the Nadine St-Pierre Award. Their recommendation will be sent to the national Honours and Awards Committee, who will inform the recipient and the program directors in August.

 

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