MERLiN Activities

Interested in medical education scholarship? Want to learn more about doing education research or get support with a project/proposal?

The Medical Education Research Lab in the North (MERLiN) is focused on supporting research skills and expertise at NOSM. The focus of these labs is to provide a safe space to brainstorm research ideas, grant proposals and papers, conference presentations, and any other identified research topics and activities! The group is outcome focused - meaning we want to move things forward for you!

For more information on MERLIN, click here.

Faculty Development Opportunties

Earn continuing professional development credits through Public Health Sudbury & Districts

Public Health Sudbury & Districts Academic Detailing (AD) program was developed to help primary care practitioners bridge knowledge and skill gaps on a variety of public health issues encountered in practice. The topic of the AD program changes on an annual basis.

When you sign up for a session, an Academic Detailer will meet with you in your office, one-on-one, for approximately 30 minutes, tailor the session to what you want to learn, and provide:

  1. An overview of key evidence and best-practice guidelines,
  2. Evidence-based and pragmatic clinical tools, and
  3. Relevant local public health and community resources for your patients.

For more information or to sign up for a session click here.


AHSC Chairs-Administrators Update - HST - March 2016
Applicability of Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) to AFP Payments - January 2015
Thorsteinssons Memo - December 2014
Ernst and Young - Further Guidance to Practice Plans - December 2014
NOAMA Board HST Update - AHSC Chairs & Admin - November 2014
Schedule of Benefits Changes