Dale Iwanoczko Award
|Policy:||Dale Iwanoczko Award|
|Policy Nr:||Sec 11|
|Target Review Date:||2017-12-31|
Dr. Dale Iwanoczko was a resident in the Internal Medicine Postgraduate Program at the University of Manitoba from 1993 to 1996. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Internal Medicine in 1997, and went on to a further year of training in Infectious Diseases before his untimely death due to lymphoma in 1998.
Dale Iwanoczko was an exceptional person and physician. He maintained a healthy balance between his personal and professional life. Through his outstanding achievements as an athlete, and his warm relationships with family and friends, he was known for his honesty, humility, commitment to excellence, sportsmanship, humour and caring. He brought the same qualities to his work as a physician, along with an inquiring mind, compassion, and dedication to both and art and science of medicine.
The Dale Iwanoczko Award is a bursary derived from a fund established through the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Manitoba in honour of Dale’s memory, achievements and his many gifts of mind and spirit to patients, colleagues, friends and family.
The award consists of fund that may be used for travel to a professional conference or for the purchase of educational material including books or journals. The award will be given on an annual basis to a resident in one of the first three core Internal Medicine training years at the University of Manitoba who best expresses the personal and professional values personified by Dale Iwanoczko.
The recipient will be designated by a committee consisting of:
- the Postgraduate Program Director - Core
- a Chief Resident from the program
- a third member designated by the Department Head
The recipient of the award will be The award is presented at the Spring Resident Research Day historically held in May. The names of the award recipients will be recorded on the Dale Iwanoczko Award plaque located in the Residents Rooms at both the Health Sciences Centre and the St. Boniface Hospital.
|2017||Dr. Lindsay Torbiak||N/A|
|2016||Dr. Benjamin Fultz||N/A|
|2015||Dr. Gerard Coneys||N/A|
|2014||Dr. Tyler Friesen||General Internal Medicine|
|2012||Dr. Nathan Allen||N/A|
|2010||Dr. Mehrdad Golian||N/A|
|2009||Dr. Aaron Low||N/A|
|2008||Dr. Renelle Myers||Respiratory Medicine|
|2007||Dr. Steven Katz||N/A|
|2006||Dr. Winson Cheung||N/A|
|2005||Dr. Shantanu Banerji||Haematology / Oncology|
|2004||Dr. Marshall Pitz||Haematology / Oncology|
|2003||Dr. David Szwajcer||Haematology / Oncology|
|2002||Dr. Anthony Battad||General Internal Medicine|
|2001||Dr. Leroy Storsley||Nephrology|
|2000||Dr. Kendiss Olafson||Critical Care|
|1999||Dr. Kathryn Tinckam||N/A|