Ric Almond

Dr Almond graduated from medicine at the University of Western Ontario and performed his residency in Family Medicine at the University of Calgary. He had a comprehensive family practice in Thunder Bay Ontario for 38 years which included emergency medicine for 15 years, intrapartum obstetrics for 20 years and hospital care for all 38. He taught students, residents and allied health professionals for 37 years for multiple universities. The Northern Ontario School of Medicine was founded in 2005 and Dr Almond was the first program director of the family medicine residency program and continued in that position for 10 years. He sat on the College of Family Physicians of Canada's accreditation committee from 2007 until 2016 when he became the College's Director of Accreditation. He has remained in that position since then and has overseen the College's participation in CanRAC (Canadian Residency Accreditation Consortium) to develop and implement conjoint accreditation standards for all residency programs and postgraduate offices in Canada. He was also responsible for overseeing the newest Red Book which outlines the discipline specific standards for family medicine in Canada.

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 2019年11月28日-11月30日 (11月28日入住