This prestigious distinction recognizes an individual or group who demonstrate sustained excellence in Canadian health care and/or health‑care research. Its recipients are the people who ensure our health‑care professionals meet the high standards that Canadians enjoy and expect.
The Outstanding Achievement Award in the Evaluation of Clinical Competence is unique in that its nominees and recipients come from a broad range of health disciplines, such as dentistry, physical therapy and medical practice.
|2012||Dr. Kevin Eva|
|2010||Dr. Daniel Klass|
|2009||Dr. André Jacques|
|2008||Dr. Glenn Regehr|
|2007||Drs. Richard &
|2006||Dr Carlos Brailovsky|
|2005||Dr Gordon Page|
|2004||Physician Achievement Review Instrument Development and Assessment Team|
|2003||Dr. Arthur Rothman|
|2001||Dr. Geoff Norman|
Dr. Kevin Eva is Senior Scientist in the Centre for Health Education Scholarship, and Professor and Director of Educational Research and Scholarship in the Department of Medicine at the University of British Columbia. He completed his PhD in Cognitive Psychology at McMaster University in 2001 and became Editor-in-Chief for the journal Medical Education in 2008. He maintains a number of international appointments including at the University of Maastricht (Netherlands) and the University of Bern (Switzerland) and has consulted broadly around the globe including advisory roles for the National Board of Medical Examiners (US) and the Medical Council of Canada (MCC). He currently chairs the MCC’s Medical Education Assessment Advisory Committee (MEAAC) and is a member of the MCC’s Blueprint project Steering Group.
He is founding Co-director of the Maastricht-Canadian Masters of Health Professional Education program.
His current research interests are broadly defined within the context of research into educational practices within the health professions. They include research into:
Recent awards for this work include the MILES Award for Mentoring, Innovation, and Leadership in Education Scholarship from the Asia-Pacific Medical Education Conference and the John Ruedy Award for Innovation in Medical Education from the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada.