Flatlander Faith

Apologetics from an Anabaptist perspective

Learning and Teaching

The Stethoscope and Pen


One of the hats I wear is as a Clinical Professor of Medicine with the Department of Family Practice at the University of Saskatchewan. In this role I host final year medical students at my office for a two week rotation of teaching family medicine. Over the course of a year, I will usually have between five and eight students. It`s something I enjoy and it gives back to my profession.

I benefit as well. One of the things all doctors do and are required to do is carry out continued medical education. Our governing bodies recognize that when you teach you also learn, and accordingly, I receive learning credits for the time spent teaching these medical students.

The Saskatoon branch of His Imprint recently held their annual spring writer`s conference. A couple months ago one of the organizing committee contacted me in a bit of a desperate panic. The…

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One response to “Learning and Teaching

  1. Dr. Kevin J. Dautremont April 28, 2014 at 14:21

    Thanks for re-posting this, Bob. I appreciate your encouragement and support. It was great seeing you and Christine at the His Imprint conference. God bless. – Kevin

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