Azra Premji completed medical school and residency at the University of Toronto. She has worked previously as a Respiratory Therapist and completed her Master of Science (Neuroscience). She was the Co-Chief editor of the Toronto Notes (2015) textbook. She teaches Advanced Care Life Support. She has experience in hospital medicine and palliative care. She has extensive research experience and has presented nationally and has several publications. In addition, she has significant teaching experience and is currently the Undergraduate Program Director for Family Medicine at the University of Toronto- Credit Valley Hospital Site.
Anastasia Prokubovskaya completed medical school at Queen’s University and went on to do her residency training at the University of Toronto. She is a Canadian Immigration Panel Physician working closely with the Refugee Population. In addition, she is a Family Doctor working on the outskirts of the city and works closely with patients who are incarcerated and homeless. In addition, she provides palliative care to patients in their homes.
Jennifer Campbell completed medical school and residency at the University of Toronto. She received her Master of Public Health from the University of British Columbia prior to medical school and previously worked as an epidemiologist. She is now a family physician in Toronto with primary focuses in mental health, addictions and communicable diseases.
Allison completed her medical school at the University of Toronto and then proceeded to complete both her Family Medicine and Family Medicine/Emergency Medicine residencies at McMaster University. She now practices full time Emergency Medicine in busy community hospitals in Kitchener, ON as well as doing some locum coverage for local family physicians. She is very interested in teaching and is involved in training learners in both emergency medicine and family medicine settings.
Richard Osborne completed medical school at McMaster University before moving to Toronto to complete his residency in Family Medicine. He completed a fellowship in Academic Hospital Medicine and currently practices as an Acute Care Hospitalist in Toronto and in Mississauga. He maintains an affiliation with an academic Family Health Team in Toronto, where he continues to supervise and teach family medicine residents. He is passionate about teaching and has focused much of his clinical work on creating novel educational experiences for family medicine residents and hospital medicine fellows in the acute care wards.
Ammar Bookwala is a comprehensive care family medicine physician practicing in Mississauga. He did his undergraduate degree at the University of Waterloo and medical school at the University of Ottawa followed by residency at the University of Toronto Mississauga Hospital Campus. He has an interest in comprehensive family practice, care of the elderly and palliative care at home. He is also on staff at Credit Valley Hospital as a hospitalist for the mental health unit.