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Jeremy Rezmovitz
Jeremy Rezmovitz, M.Sc., MD, CCFP

Affiliate scientist

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
2075 Bayview Ave., Room A1 01
Toronto, ON
M4N 3M5

Phone: 416-480-6100, ext. 4934
Fax: 416-480-6038

Education:

  • B.Sc., 1999, specialized honours in kinesiology and health science, York University, Canada
  • M.Sc., 2002, human kinetics, University of British Columbia, Canada
  • M.Sc., 2005, interdisciplinary studies in biological and physical science, Touro College, U.S.
  • MD, 2008, Technion Institute of Technology, Israel

Appointments and Affiliations:

Research Foci:

  • Development and evaluation of technology to teach family medicine residents how to do minor procedures
  • Designing effective continuing professional development programs
  • Role of improvisational theatre in health professions education

Research Summary:

Dr. Rezmovitz is developing a mobile virtual textbook as a complement to teaching minor procedures in family medicine. He is designing a template for continuing professional development programs that facilitates application of learning and measures impact on patients.

His research also looks at the implementation of improv and its effect on developing CanMEDS roles at the post-grad level. CanMEDS is a framework that aims to improve care by enhancing physician training.

Selected Publications:

See current publications list at PubMed.

  1. Yu CH, Stacey D, Sale J, Hall S, Kaplan DM, Ivers N, Rezmovitz J, Leung FH, Shah BR, Straus SE. Designing and evaluating an interprofessional shared decision-making and goal-setting decision aid for patients with diabetes in clinical care—systematic decision aid development and study protocol. Implement Sci. 2014 Jan 22;9:16.
  2. Rezmovitz J, Taunton JE, Rhodes E, Zumbo B. The effects of a lower body resistance-training program on static balance and well-being in older adult women. BC Medical Journal. 2003 Nov;45(9):449–55.
  3. Rezmovitz J, Rhodes EC, Donnely M, Elliot J, Martin AM, Taunton JE. Effects of a neuromuscular training program on balance in older adults. MSSE. 2002 May;34(5):S271.
  4. Beatty C, LaBreche J, Campbell K, Schwartz A, Rezmovitz J, Butler A, Stewart I, Potts J, Rupert J, McKenzie D. Angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) ID polymorphism and endurance performance. Physiologist. 2000;43(4):328.

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