Queen’s University – Anatomical Pathology – Kingston
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Dr. Christopher Davidson

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Claudia Trost

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Michael Chen
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Pathology training at Queen’s is centralized with all the residents and faculty together at one site. As a result, residents have a personalized office space during training, and we get to know all the pathologists and laboratory staff very well. • Queen’s was the first pathology program in Canada to introduce CBME. As trailblazers, we are not only well-adapted to CBME, but also our triumphs and struggles can serve as lessons for other programs. • Queen’s accepts IMGs every year and they have contributed different perspectives and life experiences to the resident cohort. • Queen’s has a high faculty-to-resident ratio, plus there are no fellows, and it is rare for more than one resident to be scheduled on the same rotation. Thus we get excellent one-on-one teaching time with attending pathologists.

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