Paris-Ann Ingledew, MD FRCPC MHPE


Clinical Associate Professor
Division Director of Undergraduate Education
Division of Radiation Oncology and Developmental Therapeutics, Department of Surgery

Active Staff: Radiation Oncologist, BC Cancer – Vancouver Centre

Hospital Authority: Provincial Health Services

Address: BCCA-VCC
600 West 10th Aveneue

Vancouver, BC V5Z 4E6

Phone: 604.877.6000 Fax: 604.877.0505

Research Interests

  • Quality of Web-based Resources for Cancer Patient
  • Physician Competencies related to Patient Education
  • Oncology Education in undergraduate setting

Clinical Subspecialty

  • Lung cancer
  • Breast cancer

Dr. Paris-Ann Ingledew is a Clinical Associate Professor in the UBC Department of Surgery and a Radiation Oncologist at the Vancouver Cancer Centre. She is the Undergraduate Division Director for Radiation Oncology & Developmental Radiotherapeutics at UBC working to help with oncology education throughout the UBC medical program.

She completed her MD (2002) and residency at the University of British Columbia (2007). She was a UBC Center for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) Fellow and she completed her Masters in Health Professions Education at the University of Illinois Chicago in 2013. She regularly supervises medical students and residents in both clinical and research contexts. She has contributed to setting national standards for training medical students in oncology and is the lead for a website used nationally and internationally in medical schools www.learnoncology.ca. With respect to resident education, she is the Vice-Chair of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Radiation Oncology Specialty Committee and is actively involved in the Competency by Design for radiation oncology. Her current research interests are focused on the physician competencies related to patient education and projects related to oncology education in the undergraduate medical setting.

Education

University of Illinois at Chicago: Master of Health Professions Education 2013
University of British Columbia: FRCPC in Radiation Oncology 2007
University of British Columbia: Medical Doctor 2002
University of Calgary: Bachelor of Science in Cellular Molecular and Microbial Biology 1998

Publications

De Groot, Tekian A, Regehr G, Harris I., Ingledew PA. The Quality of Online Resources for Pancreatic Cancer Patients. Journal of Cancer Education. Epub October 2017 DOI: 10.1007/s13187-017-1290-8

Golden D., Ingledew PA, Principles of Medical Education in Radiation Oncology. Book Chapter, Perez and Brady’s Principles and Practice of Radiation Oncology. 7th edition. In Press.

McLeod J, Yu, I, Ingledew PA. Peering Into the Deep: Characterizing the Internet Search Patterns of Patients with Gynecologic Cancers. Journal of Cancer Education. 2017; 32(1) 85- 90 (Epub Feb 2016) DOI: 10.1007/s13187-016-1002-9

Tam V, Ingledew PA, Berry B, Verma S, Giuliani M. Developing Canadian Oncology Goals and Objectives for Medical Students: A National Delphi Study”. CMAJ OPEN. 2016; 4(3): E359- E364

Ingledew PA, Tekian A, Regehr G, Harris I. Navigating the Internet in Patient Physician Collaboration. MHPE thesis, UIC 2015. INDIGO. ihttp://hdl.handle.net/10027/19489.

Hamilton S, Scali EP, Yu I, Gusnowski E, Ingledew PA. Sifting Through It All: Characterizing Melanoma Patients’ Utilization of the Internet as an Information Source. Journal of Cancer Education. 2015; 30(3): 580-584(Epub August 2014) DOI 10.1007/s13187-014-0711-1

Nguyen S, Ingledew PA. Tangled in the Breast Cancer Web: An Evaluation of the Usage of Web-based Information Resources by Breast Cancer Patients. Journal of Cancer Education. 2013; 28(4):662-668.

Loewen SK, Brundage, M, Tankel K, Fairchild A, Trotter T, Wiebe E, Ingledew PA, Stuckless T, Yee D. Radiation Oncology Workforce Recruitment Survey of 2000-2010 Graduates: Is There Need for Better Physician Resource Planning? CMAJ 2012; 3(1): e52-e63