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  • Dr. Fraser Black recognized for teaching excellence

    Sep 25, 2017 | Posted by: Rhys Mahannah

    fbDr. Fraser Black, the IMP’s Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, is the recipient of the 2017 Dr. Bruce Crawford Award of Excellence.

    This annual award is voted on by third-year IMP students. It recognizes the teacher, preceptor, or tutor who’s made an impact on their first two years of medical training.

    “What a wonderful surprise,” said Dr. Black. “I’m deeply moved, especially as this award comes from the students themselves.”

    “I thought about the incredible teachers and mentors that have received the award before me – including, of course, Bruce Crawford himself – and feel honoured to be amongst that recipient group.”

    Dr. Black will be formally recognized at the IMP & DMS Teaching Awards Recognition Reception in December.