Risa Freeman



North York General Hospital
North York Medical Arts Building, 1333 Sheppard Ave. E., Suite 330, Toronto, Ontario Canada M2J 1V1
Research Interests
Education Research, Medical Education Curricula and Innovation, Student and Faculty Learning Strategies, Evaluation and Assessment, Faculty Development and Leadership
Graduate Students

Dr. Risa Freeman is a Professor and the Vice-Chair of Education and Scholarship in the Department of Family and Community Medicine, and a Clinician Educator Researcher at The Wilson Centre. She is a staff physician at North York General Hospital, and her community-based clinical practice is affiliated with North York General Hospital.

Dr. Risa Freeman received her MD degree from McMaster University and completed postgraduate training, an academic fellowship in Family Medicine and a Masters of Education at the University of Toronto. She teaches at the undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and continuing professional and interprofessional development levels in her clinical office and at the University of Toronto. 

Research Synopsis

Dr. Freeman's academic and scholarly work focuses on medical education curricula and innovation, student and faculty learning strategies, evaluation and assessment, and faculty development and leadership.