The CAG Visiting Clinical Professorship award is offered annually to a member of CAG who is a proven educator and an outstanding clinician with an interest in clinical research.
The recipient of this award will visit a minimum of six centres across Canada and depending upon their area of expertise, present education talks, engage in small group case-based discussions, demonstrate new endoscopic techniques or assist in quality assurance endeavours in the region. The CAG will support air travel and the host centres will be responsible for associated visit costs. The CAG Visiting Clinical Professor is available as a benefit to CAG members in the community.
For information on scheduling a visit to your centre please contact the CAG National Office.
2023 Award Recipient
Dr. Frances Tse, McMaster University Medical Centre
Step One: Nomination - Deadline is August 31 11:59 PM ET
Please note that any submissions received after the deadline will be considered for the following year.
Nominators and Nominees must be CAG members in good standing for at least 3 years.
During your completion of the nomination form, you will be asked to upload the required documentation; you must have these .pdf documents prepared, finalized, and ready to upload when you begin the online form.
1. Letter of Support
2. CV of the Nominee
Upon successful submission, you will be directed to a webpage that confirms the successful submission and within a short period of time, you will receive an email from the CAG National Office confirming receipt of your submission. If this does not occur, please contact the CAG National Office immediately.
Step Two: Review
The CAG Education Affairs Committee will review the nominations and make recommendations to the executive, who will make the final decision regarding recipients.
Step Three: Approval
Only the award recipient will be notified via email. The award is presented at CDDW™.
|2022||Lawrence Hookey||Queen's University|
|2021||John Marshall||Université de Sherbrooke|
|2020||John Marshall||McMaster University|
|2019||Alan Barkun||McGill University|
|2018||Maitreyi Raman||University of Calgary|
|2017||Don MacIntosh,||Dalhousie University|
|2016||Remo Panaccione||University of Calgary|
|2015||Anne Griffiths||The Hospital for Sick Children|
|2014||Christopher Andrews||McMaster University|
|2013||Robert Enns||University of British Columbia|
|2012||David Armstrong||McMaster University|