Jessica Black MEd
Craig Campbell MD, FRCPC

Shiphra Ginsburg MDCM, MEd, PhD, FRCPC
Brian Hodges MD, PhD, FRCPC

Dr. Kate Hodgson DVM, MHSc, CCMEP

Elizabeth McLaney BA, MEd, BScOT

Navaz Mistry MEd
Jamie Meuser BA, MD, CCFP, RCFP

Amy Outschoorn MEd
Suzan Schneeweiss MD, MEd, FRCPC
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Dr. Schneeweiss is an Associate Professor of Paediatrics at the University of Toronto and Associate Dean for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the Faculty of Medicine. She is a faculty member and Director of Education for the Division of Paediatric Emergency Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Dr. Schneeweiss has dedicated her career to advancing CPD and worked as the Academic Director for University of Toronto CPD (2013-2015) and Director for Continuing Education for the Department of Paediatrics at SickKids (2004- 2013). She served as a CPD educator for the Royal College of Physician and Surgeons of Canada for 6 years where she worked to support the maintenance of certification program and lifelong learning, completing her term in 2016. She has been extensively involved in educational development and scholarship throughout her career and has acquired a broad range of experience in program development leading a variety of innovative local, national and international courses and conferences.

Ivan Silver MD, FRCPC
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Dr. Ivan Silver joined the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in December 2011 as its’ first Vice President of Education. Prior to this he was the inaugural director of the Centre for Faculty Development (2002-2009) and the Vice-Dean of CEPD (2005-2011) in the Faculty of Medicine. Dr. Silver is a full Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, and a practicing psychiatrist at CAMH where his focus is geriatric psychiatry.

Dr. Silver has built a national reputation as a clinical educator. Among his many awards and honours is the prestigious 3M Teaching Fellowship, a national award that recognizes outstanding contributions to university teaching across all faculties. He is a member of the Teaching Academy of the University of Toronto who have an advisory role to the Vice-Provost and the President of the University of Toronto regarding the quality of teaching. In 2014, he was recognized by both the Royal College Physicians and Surgeons and the Canadian Association of Medical Education for his long standing contributions to medical education and related scholarship nationally.

As the Vice-President of Education at CAMH, Dr. Silver is responsible for creating a learning environment that will draw students and trainees to our hospital. He is dedicated to inter-professional collaboration and related education, work-based learning including simulation and e-learning, enriching access to information for everyone at CAMH, linking education to clinical care, outcomes based education, enhancing education scholarship and innovation at CAMH, patient and family education, faculty development and linking health professional education to the principles of knowledge translation, quality and patient safety. He is continuing his education research and scholarship in the areas of feedback, professionalism, and continuing professional development.

Maria Tassone MSc, BScPT
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Maria Tassone is the inaugural Director of the Centre for IPE, a strategic partnership between the University of Toronto (UT), the University Health Network (UHN) and the Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network (TAHSN). She is also the Senior Director, Collaborative and Transformative Learning at UHN. Maria holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from McGill University, a Master of Science from the University of Western Ontario, and she is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Medicine, UT. Maria was the UHN project lead for the coaching arm of the Catalyzing and Sustaining Communities of Collaboration around Interprofessional Care, which was awarded the Ontario Hospital Association Ted Freedman Award for Education Innovation in 2009. Her graduate work and scholarly interests focus on continuing education, professional development and knowledge translation in the health professions. She is the former co-chair of the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative Education Committee, and is currently the UHN lead and Co-Director of the Collaborative Change Leadership program. Throughout her career, Maria has held a variety of clinical, education, research and leadership positions, both within physical therapy and across a multitude of professions. She is most passionate about the interface between research, education, and practice and leading change in complex systems.

Jane Tipping
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Jane Tipping is an adult education specialist with an expertise in continuing professional development. She has a background in faculty development, continuing professional education, instructional design, coaching and program evaluation. Currently Jane works as a freelance educational consultant, mostly in Canada. She recently moved to the Netherlands, ‘telecommutes” with Canada and is in the process of establishing new contacts within Europe.

Jane has worked with several Canadian national associations including the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, the College of Family Physicians of Canada, the Canadian Rheumatology Association, and the Canadian Anesthesiology Association. She has presented at many national and international educational meetings and is well known for her skills in educational design and facilitation.

David Wiljer BA, MA, PhD

Brian Wong MD, FRCPC