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 Dr. Vincent Maida was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He earned his BSc in biochemistry in 1978 from the University of Toronto, and his MD in 1982 from the University of Toronto. He completed his MSc in 2010 from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, with a specialty in wound management. Dr. Maida also has fulfilled the requirements, from the University of Toronto in 2011, to become a certified clinical medical teacher. Dr. Maida has been a diplomate of the American Board of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (ABHPM) since 1999. In December 2015, he was awarded a certificate of added competency in Palliative Care from the College of Family Physicians of Canada.  Dr. Maida practices as a consultant in Palliative Medicine and Wound Management at the William Osler Health System in Toronto.  He is actively involved in clinical research within the spheres of pain and symptom management, prognostication, and wound management. He is widely published in peer reviewed international medical journals. Dr. Maida has also contributed chapters for the Textbook of Supportive Oncology, 1st Edition (Elsevier Publishers), The Art & Science of Palliative Medicine, 1st Edition (AME Publishers), and the 3rd Edition of Palliative Medicine-A Case-Based Manual (Oxford University Press). He also holds an associate professor appointment with the University of Toronto, Division of Palliative Care, and a clinical assistant professor appointment with the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Maida has lectured on topics within palliative medicine and wound management nationally, and to date, internationally on four continents, 13 countries and over 50 cities. Dr. Maida has won many awards and citations for his clinical work including being awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Gold Medal in 2002 and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Gold Medal in 2012. In addition to his passion for his professional work he is happily married with three children, enjoys travel, architecture, historical scale modelling, and is an ardent and unwavering fan (quasi soccer hooligan) of the Toronto FC (aka "The Reds"). As a board member for Hospice Vaughan, he cites the building of a Centre of Excellence for Hospice and Palliative Care, with 10 residential beds for the City of Vaughan, as his prime professional objective.

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ETOBICOKE PALLIATIVE MEDICINE ASSOCIATES

Dr. Vincent Maida (Administrator)

Dr. Chin Chung

Dr. David Caplan

Dr. Joyce Cheung

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On Call Schedule

Dr. Maida's Presentations 2017

2017 - Mar 22 - Toronto, Canada - Mount Sinai Hospital - Cannabinoid Therapies: What's all the BUZZ about?

2017 - Mar 30- Markham, Canada - Central LHIN PCN - Cannabinoid Therapies in Palliative Care

2017 - Apr 22 - Richmond Hill, Canada - HPCO Congress 2017 - Medical Cannabis in Palliative Care

2017 - May 3 - Amsterdam, Holland - EWMA 2017-Wounds as Prognostic Factors in Palliative Care

2017 - May 3 - Amsterdam, Holland - EWMA 2017-Topical Medical Cannabis-A Novel Frontier in Wound Management

2017 - May 3 - Amsterdam, Holland - EWMA 2017-Toronto Symptom Assessment System for Wounds (TSAS-W)

2017 - May 4 - Amsterdam, Holland - EWMA 2017-Wound Outcomes in Palliative Care

2017 - May 5 - Amsterdam, Holland - EWMA 2017 Topical Medical Cannabis (TMC)-Wound Analgesia

2017 - Jun 21 - Toronto, Canada - Breast Cancer Forum-Alliance Francaise Theatre (1800hrs)

2017 - Oct 8 - Trinidad & Tibago Medical School

2017 - Oct 21 - Toronto, Canada - Ontario Long Term Care Congress