Paris-Ann Ingledew, MD, FRCPC, MHPE
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, The University of British Columbia (UBC)
Radiation Oncologist, Vancouver Cancer Centre
Undergraduate Division Director, Radiation Oncology & Developmental Radiotherapeutics, UBC
Dates of Visit: October 15, 2018 – January 29, 2019
Purpose of Visit
During her visit to CHES, Paris-Ann plans to complete scholarship related to the evaluation of online resources for cancer patients and begin to develop resources for faculty development to help physicians navigate the internet with patients. She hopes to meet with colleagues in the CHES community to look for potential collaborations with respect to physician competencies related to patient education and formulate expanded research directions.
Dr. Paris-Ann Ingledew is a Clinical Associate Professor in the UBC Department of Surgery and a Radiation Oncologist at the Vancouver Cancer Centre. She is the Undergraduate Division Director for Radiation Oncology & Developmental Radiotherapeutics at UBC working to help with oncology education throughout the UBC medical program. She completed her MD (2002) and residency (2007) at
the University of British Columbia. She was a UBC Center for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) Fellow and she completed her Masters in Health Professions Education at the University of Illinois Chicago in 2013. She regularly supervises medical students and residents in both clinical and research contexts. She has contributed to setting national standards for training medical students in oncology and is the lead for a website used nationally and internationally in medical schools www.learnoncology.ca. With respect to resident education, she is the Vice-Chair of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Radiation Oncology Specialty Committee and is actively involved in the Competence by Design for radiation oncology. Her current research interests are focused on the physician competencies related to patient education and projects related to oncology education in the undergraduate medical setting.