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Dr. Robert Woollard
Vancouver, British Columbia

Dr. Robert Woollard graduated from a small rural school, in a class of 12 students at a time when educating youth was a high priority for both his parents and society. A successful billiards shot determined that he would pursue medicine instead of honours history. Family medicine offered him two advantages: an opportunity to raise […]

Rodney A. Crutcher
Victoria, BC

After completing medical school in 1977 at the University of Calgary, a family medicine residency, and rural and international locum work, Dr. Rodney Crutcher began a family practice in Calgary in 1981, which became a teaching practice that he continued until June 2013. He was appointed as a clinical lecturer at the University of Calgary […]

Marie Giroux

Dr. Marie Giroux
Sherbrooke, Québec

Dr. Marie Giroux has practised family medicine at UMF Estrie/GMF des Deux-Rives (Sherbrooke) for 25 years. She is a full professor at the University of Sherbrooke, and was the Director of the Department of Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine for almost 10 years. She recently left this role and will soon serve as Vice Dean […]

Dr. Rick Glazier
Toronto, ON

Dr. Rick Glazier is a family physician, senior scientist, and program lead of primary care and population health at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences. He is a staff family physician at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto and a scientist in its Centre for Urban Health Solutions. One of Dr. Glazier’s many positions at the […]

Dr Calvin L. Gutkin

Dr. Calvin Gutkin
Mississauga, ON

The W. Victor Johnston Award recognizes a renowned Canadian or international family medicine leader for continuous and enduring contributions to the specialty of family medicine in Canada or abroad. Dr. Cal Gutkin received his MD at the University of Manitoba. He earned Certification in Family Medicine (CCFP) in 1974 and his Certificate of Special Competence […]

Dr Réjean Hébert

Dr. Réjean Hébert
Sherbrooke, QC

Dr. Réjean Hébert graduated from the University of Sherbrooke in 1979, received his Diploma in Gerontology from the University of Grenoble in 1981, and completed his family medicine residency at Sherbrooke in 1982. He also received a Specialized Studies Diploma in Geriatrics and completed his master’s degree in Epidemiology at Cambridge University. Dr. Hébert has […]

Dr. Michel Donoff
Edmonton, AB

Dr. Michel Donoff is the 2013 recipient of the W. Victor Johnston Award. This award recognizes a renowned Canadian or international family medicine leader for continuous and enduring contributions to the specialty of family medicine in Canada or abroad. Dr. Michel Donoff received his medical degree from the University of Alberta in Edmonton in 1977. […]