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Dr. Ken Stakiw named 2007
CPL Teacher of the Year

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Dr. Ken Stakiw has been involved with the LMCC Part II Preparation Course since its inception.

He was on the planning committee and not only contributed to the development the course but has taught at all of them as well.

Dr. Stakiw has also taught at other conferences offered through CPL and is always enthusiastic about taking part. His evaluations are always excellent. He offers very patient-centered teaching. He is practical and easy to approach.

Dr. Stakiw is considered a valuable asset to the Division of Continuing Professional Learning and his work is deeply appreciated.



Dr. Dhanapal Natarajan named 2006
CPL Teacher of the Year

Dr.Dhanapal Natarajan

Dr. Dhanapal Natarajan has been a long time supporter of CPL in Regina. He has always been willing to sit on committees, to teach and to encourage innovative programing. He was among the first faculty members to try new and interesting formats of teaching, and to be willing to assist internationally trained physicians to learn about Canadian Medicine through Observerships and Extended Refresher Courses.

Dr. Natarajan has also demonstrated a commitment to public education in the area of psychiatry by organizing public forums on issues such as depression and drug abuse, which run immediately before psychiatric conferences.

Dr. Natarajan has also demonstrated support for inter-professional education and for continuity of medical education from year one to independent practice.

His work has been greatly appreciated by the Division of Continuing Professional Learning, and I am delighted to have Dr Gil White make the presentation to him as CPL's 2006 Teacher of the Year.



RxFiles named 2005 CPL
Teacher of the Year

The third annual presentation of this award from the Division of Continuing Professional Learning in conjunction with the College of Medicine was made to Loren Regier and his colleagues from the RxFiles. The presentation took place at the College of Medicine Faculty Council meeting that was held on September 16, 2006.

The RxFiles Team have been very supportive to Continuing Professional Learning for many years. The nomination was supported by the fact that they are very enthusiastic and knowledgeable and well respected by physicians in the province, which contributes positively to continuing learning and interprofessional learning. There is regular participation from the RxFiles on planning committees for major conferences.



Dr. Marie-Jocelyne Martel named 2004 CPL
Teacher of the Year

The second annual presentation of this award from the Division of Continuing Professional Learning in conjunction with the College of Medicine was made to Dr. Marie-Jocelyne Martel from the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon on Wednesday, May 11, 2005. The presentation took place at the General Academic Assembly for the College of Medicine.

Dr. Martel has been very supportive to Continuing Professional Learning for many years. Her nomination was supported by the fact that she contributes positively to continuing learning and interprofessional learning. She is highly rated at conferences by both physicians and nurses. She presents knowledge in an organized and articulate way, engages the learner through case-based learning approaches, is interactive with learners, encourages critical thinking and is approachable.



Dr. Anne K. Dzus Named CPL
Teacher of the Year

 

The first presentation of this award from the Division of Continuing Professional Learning in conjunction with the College of Medicine was made to Dr. Anne K. Dzus from the Department of Orthopedics, Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon on Wednesday, June 10, 2004. The presentation took place at a College of Medicine Department Heads meeting.

Dr. Dzus has been very supportive to Continuing Professional Learning (formerly Continuing Medical Education) for many years. Her nomination was supported by the fact that she has always been willing to teach, has been very highly rated and effective as a teacher in both small group and large group sessions, and has very positive, innovative and interactive teaching techniques. She has had excellent reports from her students.