2007 Recipients - Paediatric Academic Leadership Awards
Dr. Lionel Dibden
The Paediatric Chairs of Canada congratulate Dr. Lionel Dibden as PCC’s inaugural recipient of the 2007 Paediatric Academic Leadership - Clinician Practitioner Award.
This award recognizes Dr. Dibden as an exemplary model of a Community Based Paediatrician who has had a significant impact in bringing together the general paediatricians in his community and integrating them within the academic pediatric community. We would also like to recognize Dr. Dibden's achievements in the development of an outstanding program for adolescent medicine and child protection at the University of Alberta. As this year’s award recipient, PCC also recognizes Dr. Dibden as an outstanding teacher, who has had a significant impact on the standard of care in the province of Alberta, in creating an outstanding environment for the education of trainees.
Dr. Bosco Paes
The Paediatric Chairs of Canada congratulate Dr. Bosco Paes as PCC’s inaugural recipient of the 2007 Paediatric Academic Leadership - Clinician Educator Award.
This award recognizes Dr. Paes's many achievements and distinguished career in graduate training, highlighted by the innovative educational methods that have resulted in improving the quality of teaching related to newborns. PCC would also like to recognize Dr. Paes's exemplary leadership role resulting in the development of an educational program for nurse practitioners and advanced neonatal nursing at McMaster University. Dr. Paes's career has advanced neonatal care at McMaster Children’s Hospital, and has provided many residents and graduate students in a broad variety of disciplines with an outstanding educational experience.
Dr. Aubrey Tingle
The Paediatric Chairs of Canada congratulate Dr. Aubrey Tingle as PCC’s inaugural recipient of the 2007 Paediatric Academic Leadership - Clinician Researcher Award.
PCC is honored to recognize Dr. Aubrey Tingle for his longstanding leadership role and many innovative achievements in developing an environment that has fostered and facilitated many advancements in paediatric health. As a Researcher, Developer of a Children's Hospital Research Institute, as well as the Founder and President of The Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, this award recognizes Dr. Tingle's excellence in leadership and innovation in fostering multiple environments that have advanced child and youth health research in Vancouver, the Province of British Columbia, and across Canada.