Director, CHES (Center for Health Education Scholarship) Canada.
Ian Scott is the Director of the Centre for Health Education and Scholarship, British Columbia, Canada.
He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Practice and the Director of the Clinical Decision Making (CDM) course in the Undergraduate MD Program at UBC.
His research interests are in medical student career choice, practice patterns of newly graduated family physicians, and recall-enhanced learning.
Ian has an MD and a master’s in health research Methodology from McMaster University and is certified by both the College of Family Physicians of Canada in Family Medicine and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Public Health and Preventive Medicine.
He has been awarded: Teaching Excellence Award, the UBC Medical Undergraduate Society (2021), the Postgraduate Teaching Award (UBC), the Department of Family Practice Greater Vancouver (2013-2014), the British Columbia College of Family Physicians Research Award, BC College of Family Physicians (2012), Ian McWinney Family Medicine Teacher of the Year Award, College of Family Physicians of Canada (2011) and Award of Excellence, College of Family Physicians of Canada (2010)
He has written extensively on various domains of medical education.
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