Dr. Quinten Clarke

Resident Physician

University of British Columbia

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About Dr. Quinten Clarke

Dr. Quinten Clarke is a resident physician at the University of British Columbia in the Psychiatry – Research Track Program. He completed his medical degree at the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University and completed a Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of Health Sciences.

He is the current Vice President and Trainee Group Lead of the Canadian Association of Physicians with Disabilities. Dr. Clarke has a strong interest in research and has previously published articles in the Canadian Medical Education Journal, BMC Medical Education, Postgraduate Medical Journal, and Canadian Family Physician.

He is recipient of several accolades including the BC Psychiatric Association Resident Advocate Award, the Providence Healthcare Resident Recognition Award and the Ontario Medical Student Association’s Hidden Hero Award.

Speaking at...
Shaping the Future: A Live Panel on Disability Inclusion in Canadian Medical Education
Docs with Disabilities Podcast - Panel 2
April 15, 2024 10:00 –
11:30 PDT
Dr. Jerry M. Maniate, Dr. Lisa Meeks, Dr. Lynn Ashdown, Dr. Quinten Clarke

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