Dr. Maria Jogova

Dr. Maria Jogova

Academic Rank
Clinical Associate

Job Description
Clinical teaching, curriculum development

Medical/professional qualifications
BSc (Hons), MD, FRCPC (Internal Medicine, Critical Care Medicine)
MMEd student, University of Dundee

Clinical Associate, Toronto Western Hospital

Dr. Maria Jogova completed her undergraduate training in physiology and psychology at the University of British Columbia and medical school at the University of Toronto. She then completed her internal medicine and critical care training at the University of Toronto, serving as the Chief Medical Resident at St. Michael’s Hospital during her final year of internal medicine and then as Chief Resident in her final year of critical care training. She is passionate about teaching and medical education and is pursuing a Masters in Medical Education at the University of Dundee. She is particularly interested in communications training around goals of care discussions and the continuum of critical illness and care.

Area of academic focus
Communication training and curriculum development
Continuum of critical illness curriculum development
Teaching and education

Honours and Awards
Dr. J. Joseph Connon Award in recognition of dedication, enthusiasm, and excellence in teaching to both undergraduate and postgraduate trainees (2018)
FitzGerald Academy Resident/Fellow Teacher Award in recognition of the passion, enthusiasm, and sustained excellence in the teaching and support of undergraduate medical students (2018)
Don Cowan Teaching Award for outstanding teaching by a resident (2016)

Most significant publications
Jogova, M., Shaw, J., Jamieson, T. (2019). The Regulatory Challenge of Mobile Health: Lessons for Canada.
Healthcare Policy, 14(3):19-28. doi: 10.12927/hcpol.2019.25795.
Jogova, M., Hwang, S. (2017). Fluid-filled Striae in a Patient with Hypoalbuminemia. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 189(28):E942.
Jogova, M., Song, J.E.S., Campbell, A.C., Warbuton, D., Warshawski, T., & Chanoine, J.P. (2013). Process Evaluation of the Living Green, Healthy and Thrifty (LiGHT) Web-Based Child Obesity Management Program: Combining Health Promotion with Ecology and Economy. Canadian Journal of Diabetes37(2), 72-81.
Jogova, M., Campbell, A.C., Chanoine, J.P. (2012). Do families and physicians have divergent weight management outcome expectations? Canadian Obesity Network. Tropic 750. Available online at http://www.obesitynetwork.ca/de.aspx?id=259.

Maria Jogova
Deputy Program Director, International CCM Fellowship, UHN-SHS

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