The Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM) at the University of Ottawa is seeking an  innovative  Medical Education Researcher, to  join our world-class research team. This  Medical Education Researcher will work closely with the Vice-Chair, Research and Scholarship as well as our team of DEM education researchers to conduct and disseminate high-impact education scholarship.  This role  is integral in achieving the departmental vision of world-class emergency medicine through our mission to provide outstanding compassionate emergency care through practice-changing research and innovative medication education.  Stipend amount is up to $60,000 per year based on academic rank and scholarship output.  More information about targets for publications, grants, and salary awards can be provided upon request. 

EDI Statement: The Ottawa Hospital Emergency Physicians Associates recognizes that bias and discrimination are barriers to the equitable treatment of individuals and groups in our society. Fostering an environment of equity, diversity, and inclusion in our people, perspectives, policies, and programs will help to achieve our mission. We are committed to the recruitment, retention, and advancement of faculty, learner and administrative members who respect and reflect the diverse experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds of Canada’s population. We are dedicated to creating an inclusive environment where our team feels empowered to bring their whole self to work every day.

Required qualification: CPSO independent practitioner (or eligible); member of the CMPA; qualified in emergency medicine as either FRCP (Emergency Medicine) or CCFP (EM); a passion for medical education research with formal training at the Masters level or above; and a faculty appointment with the University of Ottawa or another Canadian university, preferably at the rank of Associate or Full Professor.  The Medical Education Researcher must be qualified, and is expected, to work clinically within the Emergency Departments of The Ottawa Hospital; hiring for clinical work will be integrated with the onboarding process for the successful candidate.

To apply: Please submit the following items to by 5pm on September 12, 2022:

  • A one-page letter describing your interest in the role and qualification for this  position, including experience in administrative roles. Please also outline your specific area of interest or expertise within medical education scholarship.
  • Your current CV.