2019 Meridth Mark’s Award
The Meridith Marks Award for Excellence in Education Recipient – Dr. Audrey Yap
The Meridith Marks Award for Excellence in Education was developed by the Canadian Physiatrists Research and Development Foundation (CPRDF) and Canadian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (CAPM&R) to recognize excellence in education among physiatrists.
The Award is named in honour of Dr. Meridith Marks to acknowledge her significant contributions to medical education in Canada.
The recipient of this award will be a CAPM&R member in good standing who has contributed to education within the CAPM&R, as well as to medical education at a local and national level.
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Audrey Yap is the 2019 award recipient. Join us in Gatineau and offer Audrey your congratulations and support.
Audrey Yap, MScCH (HPTE), M.D. FRCPC
Audrey is the PM&R Education Lead at
Bridgepoint Hospital, Toronto, ON. She is one of the academic half-day coordinators for their Physiatry residency program and has made substantial changes to this program. Some of these changes have included case rounds, peer to peer clinical skills practice, and interactive teaching sessions. These changes have been well received by the residents.
She also has been working on her academic interests in the area of accessibility. She created a new seminar on this which she has presented to interprofessional students at Bridgepoint which has been highly rated.
- 2018 – Dr. Nancy Dudek
- 2017 – Dr. Jennifer Yao
- 2016 – Dr. Gaetan Tardif
- 2015 – Dr. Lalith Satkunam
- 2014 – Dr. Denyse Richardson
- 2013 – Dr. Suzan Dojeiji
Annual Meeting Abstract, Awards and Contest Submissions
Friday May 31
|Medical Student Research||0815-0830||FIRST PLACE Podium Presentation||Andrew Jamroz||PREDNISONE FOR ACUTE COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME: A RETROSPECTIVE CASE SERIES|
|Resident Research||0830-0845||FIRST PLACE Podium Presentation||Beatrice Deschenes St-Pierre||MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS INJECTION AS A THERAPY IN A RAT MODEL OF COLLAGENASE-INDUCED TENDINOPATHY|
|Resident Research||0845-0900||SECOND PLACE Podium Presentation||Lindsey Woodrow||PREDICTING MORBIDITY IN LOWER EXTREMITY AMPUTEES BASED ON DISCHARGE 2-MINUTE WALK TEST PERFORMANCE: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY|
|Resident Research||0915-0930||THIRD PLACE (TIED) Podium Presentation||Travis Davidson||DO WE HAVE AGREEMENT? EXAMINING THE USE OF THE SIX-MINUTE WALK TEST TO MONITOR CARDIO-RESPIRATORY FITNESS RESPONSE TO CARDIAC REHABILITATION IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE|
|Resident Research||0930-0945||THIRD PLACE (TIED) Podium Presentation||Alexander Wasserman||FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH COMMUNITY VERSUS PERSONAL CARE HOME DISCHARGES AFTER INPATIENT STROKE REHABILITATION: THE NEED FOR A PRE-ADMISSION PREDICTIVE MODEL.|
|Original Research||0945-1000||FIRST PLACE Podium Presentation||Christine Yang||RISK OF FALLING ON AN INPATIENT STROKE REHABILITATION UNIT: IS THE STROKE ASSESSMENT OF FALL RISK TOOL THE RIGHT ONE TO USE?|
|Original Research||1000-1015||SECOND PLACE Podium Presentation||Thomas Miller||REHABILITATION AND THE ANTERIOR INTEROSSEOUS NERVE TRANSFER FOR SEVERE ULNAR NEUROPATHY ELBOW|
|Original Research||1105-1120||THIRD PLACE Podium Presentation||Lawrence Robinson||THE IMPACT OF INTRODUCING A PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION CONSULTATION SERVICE TO AN ACADEMIC BURN CENTER|
|Reviews||1120-1135||FIRST PLACE Podium Presentation||Carolyn Sawicki||SECONDARY STROKE PREVENTION: ARE CANADIAN PATIENTS MEETING BLOOD PRESSURE TARGETS?|
|Quality Improvement||1135-1150||FIRST PLACE Podium Presentation||Evan Kwong||TIME IS FUNCTION: IMPROVING ACCESS TO INPATIENT STROKE REHABILITATION AT HOLY FAMILY HOSPITAL|
|Case reports||1150-1205||FIRST PLACE Podium Presentation||Jennifer McDonal||TO BAKER AND BEYO|