Rebecca J. Hogue PhD (c)

Rebecca Hogue is pursuing a PhD in Education at the University of Ottawa. Her professional background is in instructional design and software quality assurance. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Distributed Learning (Distance Education), and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science. Her passion is for teaching learning professionals how to integrate technology into their teaching practice. Her research involves creating faculty development resources for integrating tablet computers into clinical medical education.

Jay Mercer MD, CCFP, FCFP

Dr. Mercer is the Medical Director of the Bruyere Family Medicine Centre and Medical Chief of the Bruyere Department of Family Medicine.  He works as a family physician and is also involved in clinical teaching and research. Previous clinical roles have included family practice in a fully automated urban office, and combined family and emergency medicine in rural Ontario.  He has worked as Medical Director of, the Canadian Medical Association’s Internet Portal. He played a leadership role in the  CMA’s online clinical resources initiative, its secure patient portal, as well as several other activities which integrate technology into patient care.

Madeleine Montpetit MSc, MD, CCFP, FCFP

Dr. Montpetit has been a clinician teacher at both the postgraduate and undergraduate level for over 20 years. In addition to her clinical, teaching, and administrative duties as Medical Director of a busy academic unit, she has a keen interest in Faculty Development, remedial work supporting learners in difficulty and the use of alternative teaching approaches in medical education.