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Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
Academic Promotion Teaching Dossier


May 1, 2013
Dr. Test Doogie Howser

M.D., F.R.C.S.C.

Assisstant Professor - Department of Family Medicine
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Primary Office
123 Any Street
London, Ontario, Canada
N5A 4L9
Telephone 519-685-8500

Fax 519-555-9887


doogie.howser@lhsc.on.ca

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A. Education and Specialized Training

Degrees and Diplomas
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Start year - End year Degree, Institution / Organization, Department, Level, Subject/Discipline, Thesis Title, Research Expertise, "Supervisor: " Supervisor, City, Province, Country

2008 MD, University of Western Ontario, Microbiology and Immunology, Doctor (Medical), Health Sciences, MICROBIOLOGY, VIROLOGY, AND PARASITOLOGY, London, Ontario, Canada

2007 BSc, University of Western Ontario, Health Sciences, Bachelor’s, Honours, Health Sciences, How to Maintain a Healthy Weight, NUTRITION, London, Ontario, Canada

Research Training
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Start year - End year Degree, Institution/Organization, Department, Subject, Supervisor, Degree / Position, City, Province, Country

2007 Research associate, Flinders University, South Australia, Medicine, Residency Training Research Elective, Supervisor: Dr. Strange, Melbourne, Australian Capital Territory, Australia


Specialized Training
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Start year - End year Title / Position, Institution / Organization, Department, Subject/Discipline, "Supervisor: " Supervisor, City, Province, Country

2010 Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Supervisor: Dr. Strange, London, Ontario, Canada

2006 Visiting Germany to evaluate control studies, Buergerspital, Bayern, Germany

2005 - 2006 Chief Resident, London Health Sciences Centre, London, Ontario, Canada


Qualifications, Certifications and Licenses
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Start Date - End Date Title, Institution/Organization, Type, License/Membership #, City, Province, Country

2009 - present Member, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, License, 87878, London, Ontario, Canada


B. Appointments and Position Held

Current Appointments

Western Appointments

Primary Appointment

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Start year - End year Rank, University Department, Division, Faculty, "The University of Western Ontario"

2011 - present Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, The University of Western Ontario


Others Appointment(s)


Start year - End year Title, Hospital, Hospital Department, Hospital Division, Comment

2011 - present Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Imaging, Radiology, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, The University of Western Ontario


Hospital Appointments

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Start year - End year Title, Hospital, Hospital Department, Hospital Division, Comment

Primary Appointment


2008 - present Surgeon, London Health Sciences Centre, Department of Surgery, Division of General Surgery

Current Positions Held

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Current Academic Position(s)


2007 - present Chief Researcher, Queen’s University of Belfast, School of Biology, Biology, Research of Biologics, Belfast, Cork, Ireland

Current Clinical Position(s)

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Start year - End year Title/Position, Institution/Organization, Faculty/School, Department, Portfolio, City, Province, Country

2008 - present Emergency Department, The Children’s Hospital, Emergency Medicine, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


Current Consulting Position(s)

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Start year - End year Title/Position, Institution/Organization, Faculty/School, Department, Portfolio, City, Province, Country

2000 - present Chief Researcher, Queen’s University of Belfast, School of Biology, Biology, Research of Biologics, Belfast, Cork, Ireland


Previous Appointments

Western Appointments

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Start year - End year Rank, University Department, Division, Faculty, "The University of Western Ontario"

Primary Appointment


2010 - 2011 Adjunct Professor, Department of Surgery, Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, The University of Western Ontario

Others Appointment(s)


2011 - 2012 Neurologist, St. Joseph’s Health Care London, Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences

Previous Positions Held

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Start year - End year Title/Position, Institution/Organization, Faculty/School, Department, Portfolio, City, Province, Country

Previous Academic Position(s)


2007 Chief Researcher, Queen’s University of Belfast, School of Biology, Biology, Research of Biologics, Belfast, Cork, Ireland

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Previous Clinical Position(s)


2008 Emergency Department, BC Children’s Hospital, Emergency Medicine, Emergency, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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Start year - End year Title/Position, Institution/Organization, Faculty/School, Department, Portfolio, City, Province, Country

Previous Consulting Position(s)


2000 - 2009 Chief Researcher, Queen’s University of Belfast, School of Biology, Biology, Research of Biologics, Belfast, Cork, Ireland

C. Teaching Philosophy
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Start year - End year Subheading, Description

2010 - present Teaching Philosophy, Energy, enthusiasm and creativity are essential when teaching students. This is what I bring to my classroom. My ultimate goal is to foster the acquisition of the knowledge, skills and positive attitudes required to work with our aging population. As negative stereotypes of the elderly are prevalent, I emphasize the behavioural and affective domains of learning. I hope to promote positive attitudes by addressing and challenging the negative stereotypes that students typically bring with them to the classroom.

As traditional didactic lectures have been ineffective in changing attitudes about geriatrics, my focus within undergraduate and postgraduate medicine has been to develop innovation to address this issue. I have redesigned the geriatric component of the life cycle week for 1st year medical students at U.W.O., replacing the didactic lecture with a series of interactive emotionally charged experiential activities that capture student interest. Through the variety of experiences provided, I hope to create learning situations that are diverse and appeal to the various learning styles of individual students.

I believe effective teachers not only present knowledge to students but also foster higher order learning. Through the presentation of experiential and participatory learning models, I provide students the opportunity to analyze, synthesize, evaluate and apply new knowledge. My research for which I received the Kaufman Prize (Canadian Geriatric Society), comparing traditional didactic lectures with interactive sessions has demonstrated that knowledge is improved by participatory learning.

As an educator, I believe in androgogical principles of education. It is my role to guide, mentor, foster interest, summarize, redirect, provide opportunities for active learning, and act as a resource to my students. It is the student’s responsibility to participate actively, identify their learning needs, draw on their experience and demonstrate a commitment to learning. We share the responsibility for ensuring that learning objectives are accomplished. As co-director and developer of the recently implemented Elder Care clinical clerkship, a collaborative endeavor spanning two divisions within two departments within the faculty of medicine, I have ensured that these principles provide the foundation for this educational experience.

Given that today’s medical students will eventually spend 50% of their future practice time in contact with patients over the age of 65, it is essential that all physicians in training have core knowledge and understanding with respect to pertinent geriatric issues. Over the past 5 years, the number residents choosing to specialize in geriatric medicine has fallen from an average of 12 per year to an all-time low of 3 in English speaking Canada. I believe that fostering interest in such a specialty early on is of paramount importance. Creating opportunities for students to challenge their beliefs and to recognize normal versus pathological aging in a way that promotes higher order learning may well also trigger interest and begin to address our country’s geriatric human resource issues.


D. Teaching Awards

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Start year - End year Award Name, Description of Award, Institution/Organization, Faculty, Department, Division, City, Province, Country

Awards Received


2009 Teacher of the Year, Student nominated best teacher award, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Family Medicine, London, Ontario, Canada

E. Teaching Responsibilities

Postgraduate Medical Education
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Start year/mon/day –

End year/mon/day Location, Course/Activity, Student Names, Comments, "Number of Students: " Number of Students, "Teaching Effectiveness:" Teaching Effectiveness Score, "Total Hours:" Total Hours


Admin

Program Director - PME / Internal Medicine


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 Program director, Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 1

Reviewer - Royal College External Program


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 1

Courses

Examiner - OSCE PGY1


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 Examiner for Exam, Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 1

Selected Comments: Examiner - OSCE PGY1

Other Details


Instructor - Academic Half Day Seminars





Instructor - Academic Half Day Seminars Evaluations

Overall

Percent

City Wide Avg.

Comments

2010/07/01 - 2011/06/30

5.9/44

13.41

15.91



Interviewer - CaRMS


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 CaRMS interviewer, Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 1

Clinical
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2012 Jul 1 - 2013 Jun 30 Outpatient in Private Office, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Family Medicine, Times: 3

Undergraduate Medical Education
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Start year/mon/day –

End year/mon/day Location, Course/Activity, Student Names, Comments, "Number of Students: " Number of Students, "Teaching Effectiveness:" Teaching Effectiveness Score, "Total Hours:" Total Hours


Admin

Director - Clerkship


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 10

Courses

Instructor - Clinical Skills


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 1

Presenter - UME Seminar


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 10

Clinical
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2005 Jul 1 - 2006 Jun 30 Clinical Teacher - Medical Students, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Pathology

Continuing Medical Education

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Start year/mon/day –

End year/mon/day Location, Course/Activity, Student Names, Comments, "Number of Students: " Number of Students, "Teaching Effectiveness:" Teaching Effectiveness Score, "Total Hours:" Total Hours


Admin

Coordinator - Site Specific Rounds


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 How to Take an X-Ray, Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 5

Courses

Instructor - Fellow’s Teaching


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 How to Take an X-Ray, Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 10

Undergraduate Education

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Start year/mon/day –

End year/mon/day Location, Course/Activity, Student Names, Comments, "Number of Students: " Number of Students, "Teaching Effectiveness:" Teaching Effectiveness Score, "Total Hours:" Total Hours


Courses

Instructor - Path 3245b - Diseases of Organ Systems


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 3

Graduate Education
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End year/mon/day Location, Course/Activity, Student Names, Comments, "Number of Students: " Number of Students, "Teaching Effectiveness:" Teaching Effectiveness Score, "Total Hours:" Total Hours


Courses

Lecturer


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 Administer anesthesia, Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 1

Clinical
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2005 Jul 1 - 2006 Jun 30 Clinical Teacher - Medical Students, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Pathology, Hours: 1, Times: 2

Other
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Courses

Observer


2012 Jan 1 - 2013 Jun 30 Grand Rounds Observation, Number of Students: 13, Total Hours: 1

F. Innovations in Teaching

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Start year - End year Role, Description/Activity, Level, Project/Course Name, Institution / Organization, Faculty, Department, Division, "Hours: " Hours, Number of Students, Impact if Relevant, Comments, City, Province, Country

2008 - 2009 Quality Improvement Rotation Supervisor, Improvements to the curriculum, Graduate, Lead Developer: End-of-Life Care Distance Education Program for Family Physicians, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Family Medicine, Hours: 15, Number of Students: 14, London, Ontario, Canada

2005 - 2006 Medical and Educational Director, Course development and delivery, Postgraduate, Conjoint Palliative Medicine Residency Program, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Family Medicine, Hours: 1, Number of Students: 22, London, Ontario, Canada

G. Visiting Professorships and Invited Presentations

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Date Role, Host, Presenters, Title, Rest of Citation, "Hours:" Hours, "Attendees: " Number of Attendees, "Teaching Effectiveness Score: " Teaching Effectiveness Score, City, Province, Country,

Visiting Professorships


2010 Mar 18 Visiting Professor, Grand Rounds NYU, New York, New York, United States

Invited Lectures

External


2012 Sep 21 Invited Lecturer, Member T, Mothball Q. Member T, Mothball Q. “Multiple Strategies for Successful Weight Control”. 2012 Conference for Weight Control, London Ontario. London, Ontario, Canada

2011 May 15 Invited Lecturer, Member T, Howser D, Mothball Q. Member T, Howser D, Mothball Q. “Triggered Eating: Why it Happens”. 2011 Grand Rounds, LHSC London Ontario. London, Ontario, Canada

2010 Apr 13 Invited Lecturer, Member T, Howser D, Mothball Q. Member T, Howser D, Mothball Q. “How to Manage Weight Control”. 2010 Weightwatchers London Ontario. London, Ontario, Canada

H. Leadership

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Start year/mon - End year/mon Contribution Area, Leadership Title, Leadership Evidence

Leadership Evidence


2009 - present Administration, Administrator, Has demonstrated that administration has been performed well.



Committee Memberships
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Committee Name

Start year - End year Role


Local

Western University Residents’ Research Day


2010 - present Chair, Organizing Committee

Winter Cardiac Team


2006 - present Member, Winter Team Meeting Organizing Committee

I. Supervision and Mentorship

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Program Type

Start year - End year Student Name, Research Project Title, Program of Study, Institution / Organization, "Encounters Per Year: " No of Encounters /Year, Faculty, Department, Division, Formal (if selected), "Collaborators:" Collaborators, Awards Attained, Role


Graduate Student Research Supervision


2011 - 2012 Ocelot R, Primary Supervisor, Encounters per Year: 6, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry Division

2010 - 2011 Gabbles V, Primary Supervisor, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry Division


Postdoctoral Fellowship


2010 - 2011 Flag W, Primary Supervisor, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry Division

Chronic Mental Health Patients


2010 - 2011 Martin M, Primary Supervisor, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry Division

Psychotherapy


2010 - 2011 Locust B, Primary Supervisor, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry Division

Resident Supervision


2012 - 2013 Mandingo Q, Thesis Examiner, Encounters per Year: 1, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry Division

Mentorship

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Start year - End year Faculty/Student Name, Mentee Position, "Location: " Mentoring Location, Faculty, Department, Division

2012 - 2013 Fellow, University of Western Ontario, Fellow, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Family Medicine, Fellowship guidance and career advice

2011 - present Clerkship, University of Western Ontario, Undergraduate, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry Division, Clerkship director providing guidance to incoming students.

2010 - 2011 Resident, University of Western Ontario, Resident (Post Graduate Training), Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatry Division, Provide guidance and advice for incoming residency students


J. Research on Teaching

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Clinical Trials

Industry

Past Grant(s)

Non-Peer Reviewed


Start Year

End Year

Principal Investigator

Co-Investigators

Short Title

Funding Source

Total Amount

2009/07

2010/06

Member, Test

Dr. Strange

Measuring weight in lab mice

Western Grains Research Foundation

$8,000


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