Associate Dean, Lifelong Learning.
Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, University of Alberta.
Oct 2015 - June 2017.
I was the inaugural Associate Dean of Lifelong Learning and Physician Learning Program at the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, University of Alberta. 
As the inaugural Dean of Lifelong Learning, I successfully realised my revolutionary vision of lifelong learning for health care professionals – not only starting the world's first office of lifelong learning for health care professionals, but also expanding the scope of the office significantly and with great success. 
I successfully established many new partnerships, enabling the success of numerous innovative programs and initiatives designed by me.
Tasked with transforming the Physician Learning Program at the University of Alberta, I was instrumental in envisioning, conceptualising and realising the difficult task of creating innovative new models to align learning with quality improvement initiatives. 
Assistant Dean, Clinical Faculty.
Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, University of Alberta.
Feb 2014 - Oct 2015.
I was the Assistant Dean Clinical Faculty, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta, before being appointed as the inaugural Dean of Lifelong Learning. 
In this position my role was to advocate for the clinical faculty at the University of Alberta. This included promoting collegial engagement and collaboration with the community-based clinical faculty, recognizing their immense contribution to the medical and dental education at the University of Alberta.
Notable Achievements as an Academic.
> realizing my transformational, new vision for lifelong learning of healthcare professions, establishing a brand new continuing professional development entity at the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, University of Alberta, and launching a number of revolutionary new initiatives.
> designing a number of new initiatives and tools towards alignment of learning for quality. 
> designing innovational new frameworks for competency and quality-based personalized learning, assessments and leadership development of health care professions.
> using cutting edge technology and workflow automation to design platforms enabling complete automation of processes and delivery of several of my initiatives, including personalized learning & assessment framework, collaborative learning, projects management, etc. 
> starting a Health Innovation Design Studio (HIS) under Lifelong Learning at the University of Alberta, introducing the concept of design thinking in healthcare for systems and service improvement and innovation.
> establishing a collaboration with the Patients, Experience, Evidence, Research (PEER) team (formerly the Evidence-based Medicine team) to form an Integrated Knowledge Translation Network, with a focus on the learning, quality improvement and knowledge transfer needs of our primary and community care practitioners. 
> establishing first of its kind joint accreditation system for continuing medical education programs in collaboration with Continuing Professional Development (CPD), University of Toronto, delivered entirely using a technology enabled platform exclusively designed by me. 

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