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Dr. Chris Evans MD, MSc, FRCPC
Dr. Chris  Evans
Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Adjunct Scientist, ICES Queens
Associate Scientist, Queen’s Health Services And Policy Research Institute (HSPRI)
Medical Director, Kingston and Region Injury Surveillance Program (CHIRPP Program)
Medical Director, Trauma program, Kingston Health Sciences Centre
Assistant Residency Program Director
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Dr. Evans completed an FRCPC residency in Emergency Medicine at Queen’s University and a Trauma Fellowship at the University of Toronto before joining the department of Emergency Medicine at Queen’s University. Thereafter he undertook further training in the UK, completing a Masters of Evidence Based-Health Care degree at the University of Oxford followed by a sabbatical period with the London Air Ambulance Service (London HEMS).

Dr. Evans divides his clinical time between Emergency Medicine and the Kingston General Hospital Trauma Program as a Trauma Team Leader and Medical Director. As a Scientist at ICES Queen’s, he studies the delivery of trauma care in Ontario, with interests in injury epidemiology, trauma systems, and the health services needs of major trauma survivors. He is also active in the post-graduate Emergency Medicine training program as the Assistant Program Director for the FRCPC Emergency Medicine program.

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