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The Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada is very pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Geneviève Moineau as Vice President Education and Secretary to CACMS and CACME. Dr. Moineau brings a wealth of expertise and experience to these important roles and will be a valuable member of our senior leadership team.
Dr. Moineau currently serves as Associate Dean, Undergraduate Medical Education at the University of Ottawa, a position she has held for the past six years. . She has previously held the positions of Pediatric Clerkship Director, and Paediatric Emergency Medicine Program Director at the University of Ottawa.
As a graduate of the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine Program, she has had extensive training in leadership. She has had an opportunity to demonstrate her skills as the change agent for the recent Curricular Reform a the University of Ottawa, as Chair of the Program Committee for the 2010 Canadian Conference in Medical Education, as Vice Chair and Secretary to the AFMC Standing Committee on Undergraduate Medical Education and as Faculty for the 2010 Canadian Leadership in Medical Education Course.
Her experience in accreditation includes acting as the Chair of the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine, Institutional Self Study Task Force and as a surveyor and secretary for CACMS/LCME survey visits.
On three occasions she has been the Honorary Class President at the Faculty of Medicine. This award is offered by graduating medical students to the faculty member who most contributed to their educational experience.
Dr Moineau will continue to practice Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, and hold the rank of Associate Professor Department of Paediatrics, University of Ottawa.
Fluently bilingual, Dr. Moineau will serve all medical schools with ease. She will be joining the AFMC fulltime as of June 1, 2011.
Please join me in warmly welcoming Dr Moineau to her new position.
Dr. Nick Busing
President and CEO
The Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada