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The University of British Columbia, Faculty of Medicine is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Sharon Salloum as Associate Dean, MD Undergraduate Program, Student Affairs for a five-year term commencing August 1, 2007 and extending to June 30, 2012.

Dr. Salloum graduated from McGill University in English Literature and studied Speech Pathology at the University of Toronto, where she also earned a Master of Education in Special Education. She received her MD from McMaster University in 1982.

After her Family Practice residency at the University of Toronto, Dr. Salloum spent a year as a family physician in the Sioux Lookout Zone in northwestern Ontario, providing medical care in remote First Nations communities. She returned to full care family practice in Maple, Ontario for the next 12 years. During this time, she was a Lecturer in the University of Toronto’s Department of Otolaryngology, working with residents and consultants to provide hearing and ear care to First Nations communities. In 1997, Dr. Salloum moved to Vancouver and currently practices part-time in Ladner. She began teaching Clinical Skills at UBC in 1998. She was Course Director for Clinical Skills Year 1 from 2000 to 2006, and has worked since 2004 with her colleagues in the Island Medical Program and Northern Medical Program to ensure comparable Clinical Skills Programs in all three sites. In 2005, she was appointed Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Family Practice. She is also a Fellow of the College of Family Physicians.

Dr. Salloum has training and a special interest in communication skills in medicine, and she has worked to develop a communication skills continuum within the UBC curriculum. She has been the Course Director of an advanced communication skills course for fourth year medical students called “Doctor-Patient Relationships.” Dr. Salloum was named the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs in the Faculty of Medicine at UBC in June of 2006. She worked with the Associate Dean, Dr. Bruce Fleming, and is grateful for his knowledge, wisdom and mentorship.

Dr. Salloum is committed to the students of the Faculty of Medicine, and looks forward to offering them advocacy and support over her term as Associate Dean, Student Affairs.
Please join me in welcoming Dr. Salloum to this new appointment in the Faculty of Medicine
Gavin C. E. Stuart, MD, FRCS(C)
Dean, Faculty of Medicine
The University of British ColumbiaThe University of British Columbia, Faculty of Medicine is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Sharon Salloum as Associate Dean, MD Undergraduate Program, Student Affairs for a five-year term commencing August 1, 2007 and extending to June 30, 2012.

Dr. Salloum graduated from McGill University in English Literature and studied Speech Pathology at the University of Toronto, where she also earned a Master of Education in Special Education. She received her MD from McMaster University in 1982.

After her Family Practice residency at the University of Toronto, Dr. Salloum spent a year as a family physician in the Sioux Lookout Zone in northwestern Ontario, providing medical care in remote First Nations communities. She returned to full care family practice in Maple, Ontario for the next 12 years. During this time, she was a Lecturer in the University of Toronto’s Department of Otolaryngology, working with residents and consultants to provide hearing and ear care to First Nations communities. In 1997, Dr. Salloum moved to Vancouver and currently practices part-time in Ladner. She began teaching Clinical Skills at UBC in 1998. She was Course Director for Clinical Skills Year 1 from 2000 to 2006, and has worked since 2004 with her colleagues in the Island Medical Program and Northern Medical Program to ensure comparable Clinical Skills Programs in all three sites. In 2005, she was appointed Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Family Practice. She is also a Fellow of the College of Family Physicians.

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