Members of the Division:
Mary Anne Jamieson, MD, FRCSC; Associate Professor,
Interim Division Chair
Fellowship trained in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology (University of Louisville, Kentucky)
Co-Director CARE Fellowship
Ashley Waddington, MD FRCSC; Assistant Professor, Masters of Public Administration
FRCSC- Dalhousie University 2011; CARE Fellow (2011-2013); MPA (Queen’s University 2014)
Co-Director CARE Fellowship [Primary Contact for Fellowship Inquiries]
Maria Velez, MD, PhD; Assistant Professor
PhD Public Health & Epidemiology (Université de Montréal)
Fellowship trained in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility (Université de Montréal)
Bryden Magee, MD; Adjunct II Professor
Fellowship trained in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility (University of Ottawa)
Sophie Bussiere-Cote, MD
CARE Fellowship 2018-2019
The Division of REI provides consultations for the assessment and management of a broad range of reproductive health concerns including infertility and recurrent pregnancy loss, menopause and premature ovarian failure, polycystic ovary syndrome and hirsutism, hyperprolactinemia, amenorrhea and abnormal uterine bleeding, fibroids and endometriosis, and premenstrual syndrome (PMDD). Assisted reproductive technologies at this point include ovulation induction/ intrauterine insemination, donor in semination, and satellite IVF (in collaboration with the Ottawa Fertility Centre).
Our Pediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology (PAG) staff provide a full range of reproductive health services for children and adolescents including evaluation and management of: vulvovaginal disorders, pubertal disorders (precocious or delayed puberty), structural abnormalities (or masses) of the ovaries/uterus & vagina, pubertal, reproductive and menstrual challenges for teens with disabilities, PCOS, amenorrhea and other menstrual problems (including those seen in teens with inherited bleeding disorders). The PAG clinic provides education and practical strategies to assist teens in making healthy sexual choices including contraception and sexually transmitted infection (diagnosis and treatment, but more importantly, prevention). For teens who are pregnant, with the support of KGH, this team also runs a Multidisciplinary adolescent obstetrics clinic offering “one-stop shopping” to optimize maternal, fetal and newborn health for these young moms.
A special needs contraception clinic offers advice and management of unusual and challenging contraceptive issues at all ages as well as enhanced access to contraceptive procedures such as IUD insertion and tubal occlusion.
The Division provides surgical expertise in areas related to reproduction including management of tubal and ovarian disease, fibroids and congenital or acquired structural abnormalities of the uterus. The utilization of both open and endoscopic procedures ensures the least invasive surgical approach for optimal outcomes.
The Division is responsible for education of trainees at several levels including medical students, residents, and fellows. Learning opportunities are provided in clinics and ORs as well as through scheduled lectures and seminars in the Queen’s medical school. Weekly seminars on subspecialty related topics are provided for clinical learners at all levels.
We presently offer the only formal Fellowship training program in Canada for contraception and family planning. This Contraception Advice Research and Education (C.A.R.E.) Fellowship affords additional expertise to graduate Ob/Gyns seeking an academic career with a focus on Family planning.
Scholarly work by the Division has involved a number of REI, PAG, and education- related areas. Members of the Division supervise medical student and resident research as well as MSc and PhD candidates.
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