Dr. Stéphanie Malherbe
Dr. Stéphanie Malherbe obtained her degree in medicine from the Université de Montréal in 1999. She completed her residency in family medicine at the CLSC des Faubourgs in Montreal, and has complementary training in general surgery, emergency medicine and international health.
Dr. Malherbe was born in Ottawa and currently works as an emergency doctor at Hôpital Montfort. Her dedication to Montfort dates back to her teenage years when she volunteered at the Pavillon de la Sagesse. She has independent practitioner status in Emergency Department Echography (EDE) and is an instructor for the ATLS and GESTA International programs.
She has been involved in medical education through the University of Ottawa’s Bureau des Affaires Francophones (BAF) since 2005, and has served as examiner in charge of undergraduate objective structured clinical examinations (OSCE) for the Francophone component since 2008. She was part of the Faculty of Medicine’s Distinguished Teacher Program in 2014.
Her interest in tropical medicine surfaced early in her medical studies, and after she obtained her master’s degree in international health from the Université de Sherbrooke, she participated in various medical missions to Latin America and Haiti, particularly as a delegate for the Canadian Red Cross.
Dr. Malherbe is one of the organizers of the elective in Benin, West Africa and as preceptor, she has accompanied students and residents to Benin, Mali and Panama since 2005.
Medical Education Special Issue: Canadian Conference on Medical Education, 14-18 April, Banff, Alberta, Canada Volume 46, Issue Supplement s1, page 1, May 2012, "Le Quart d'Enseignement Clinique (QEC) au département d'urgence par un précepteur dédié : une innovation en éducation médicale."