The Henry Albert Beatty Fellowship is a one year salary award for Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME) residents applying to the Clinician Investigator Program (CIP) in order to obtain a graduate degree while enrolled in a residency training program at Queen’s University. <br>Application for the Henry Albert Beatty Fellowship is a two-stage process. First, a letter to the Director of the CIP must be received at thetime of the actual CIP application to the PGME office requesting they be considered for the Henry Albert Beatty Fellowship. Second, evidence of acceptance into a graduate degree program from the School of Graduate Studies must be provided to the Director of the CIP once it is received. <br>Deadline to apply: November 30
The Cecil Reid Patience Fellowship is a one year salary award for Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME) residents applying to the Clinician Investigator Program (CIP) in order to obtain a graduate degree while enrolled in a residency training program at Queen’s University.
Application for the Cecil Reid Patience Fellowship is a two-stage process. First, a letter to the Director of the CIP must be received at thetime of the actual CIP application to the PGME office requesting they be considered for the Cecil Reid Patience Fellowship. Second, evidence of acceptance into a graduate degree program from the School of Graduate Studies must be provided to the Director of the CIP once it is received.
Deadline to apply: November 30
The Dr. Katherine M. Detre Award was established by a bequest from the estate of Dr. Detre who received her medical degree from Queen's in 1952 after arriving in Canada from Hungary. She went on to become a distinguished professor of Epidemiology and is remembered for her extraordinary warmth and spirit.
This award is given annually to an International Medical Graduate in a residency program at Queen's University to support further training. The award will be granted on the basis of financial need.
Process: Please complete the application form and return to Postgraduate Medical Education Office
Application Deadline: January 31
Award Value: Variable
|Bursary||Jan 31||IMG Residents||Variable|
The William E. O'Hara postgraduate bursary was established in 2002 by a bequest from the estate of William E. O'Hara, MD. 1946, and awarded on the basis of financial need to residents registered in a postgraduate medical education program in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University.
Process: Application for this bursary is made by sending a completed application form to the Postgraduate Medical Education Office.
Deadline: January 31
The PARO Trust Fund's Resident Teaching Award has been established as an annual award to honour one resident in each Ontario medical school. The recipient of the award will be a resident who provides outstanding clinical teaching experiences to junior housestaff and clinical clerks. Each university has developed a method best suited to their environment in order to solicit nominations and make a selection.
The PARO Trust Fund's Resident Teaching Award is presented at an annual celebration in Toronto. The award recipient and his/her guest are invited to attend and provided accommodation to stay in Toronto. The award of $1000.00 is received at the PARO Clinical Teaching Awards banquet which is traditionally held in May of each year.
|Award||Jan 29||Residents may nominate clinical staff||$1,000|
|Award||Jan 29||Residents may nominate individual||$1,000 donation|
|Award||Jan 29||Residents may nominate program||$1,000 donation|
Established by Michael and Betty Dicketts and awarded to residents registered in a postgraduate medical education program in the School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences. Awarded on the basis of the resident’s ITERS (evaluations) and to residents that embody the characteristics of the CanMEDS roles (Medical Expert, Professional, Communicator, Collaborator, Manager, Scholar, Health Advocate).
Selection will be made by the Postgraduate Medical Education Awards Committee in the School of Medicine, based on nominations from the Program Director and the Residency Program Committee.
Nominations must be made by submission of a letter of nomination to the Associate Dean of PGME. Supporting materials should include a evaluations and how the resident exemplifies the CanMEDS roles.
Nominations Due: Friday, February 22, 2019 at 16:30h to the PGME office 70 Barrie Street
Establishment of Award
The Ron Wigle Mentorship Award was established in the School of Medicine at Queen’s University to honour Dr. Ronald Wigle in recognition of his role as outstanding mentor and the professional values he epitomized throughout his career.
Purpose of Award
Dr. Wigle was committed to promoting the success of others to the ultimate benefit of the medical community at large. Throughout his exemplary career at Queen's University, numerous faculty, undergraduate and graduate students flourished through his wise guidance and encouraging leadership. This award, named in his honor, will help to perpetuate these important virtues by recognizing those who embody them.
This award will be presented consistent with the following guidelines:
|Award||April 2019 (TBD)||Faculty||$2,000|
The Dr. Sanjay Sharma Clinical Resident Award was established in May 2014.
The Dr. Sanjay Sharma Clinical Resident Award was established to provide an award to a postgraduate resident for "going above and beyond the call of duty" in providing outstanding patient care.
The Associate Dean, Postgraduate Medical Education will notify the Award Recipient and their Program Director in June of each year.
This prize of $1,000 will be awarded annually for the best resident research project conducted during a RCPSC/CFPC training program at each Canadian medical school. Funding to support this initiative is provided by the Canadian Society for Clinical Investigation and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Applications for the CSCI/CIHR Resident Research Prize should include the following:
1. A letter of nomination signed by the Program Director
2. A letter from the staff person involved in the research, confirming that the work was indeed completed by the resident
3. A ONE page abstract (maximum 500 words) describing the research undertaken
4. An up to date Curriculum Vitae
Applications must be submitted to the PGME Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) and NOT CSCI directly. Please submit your application in .pdf format with all pages compiled into one document.
|Program-Specific Awards Available to Residents
Contact each Program / Office / Unit for further information
|Anatomical Pathology||Research Day Award|
|Anesthesiology||Fred Wright Award
Research Day Award
|Office of Bioethics||Beatrice and Harold Cohen Prize in Medical Ethics|
Dr. Harold Latham Award in Family Medicine
|GIDRU||Ivan T. Beck Research Prize for Digestive Diseases|
|Neurology||Denis Naldrett White Memorial Award|
|Ophthalmology||Gail Bell Award in Ocular Pathology|
|Orthopedic Surgery||William Ersil Memorial Award|
|Pediatrics||Callum Dagnone Memorial Prize in Pediatrics
Department of Pediatrics Teaching Award
Contact the Office / Organization for more information
|Associated Medical Services (AMS)||AMS Grants and Awards|
|Canadian Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation (CACR)||CACR Awards|
|Canadian Association for Medical Education||CAME Certificate of Merit Award|
|College of Family Physicians of Canada||Family Medicine Resident Awards|
|Professional Association of Residents of Ontario (PARO)||PARO Awards|
|Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada||RCPSC Awards and Grants|
|Undergraduate Medical Education||Resident Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching|
If you have any questions regarding any of the awards, please contact the Postgraduate Medical Education Office at email@example.com.