Dr. Stephen Genuis
MD FRCSC DABOG DABEM FAAEM
Canadian Physician, Health Researcher, Author, Speaker and Musician.
Dr. Stephen Genuis is the author of three books as well as publications in diverse international medical journals including the Lancet, British Medical Journal, Canadian Medical Association Journal, Public Health, the American Board of Family Practice, and various others. As a clinician and researcher, he is board-certified in both Obstetrics and Gynecology as well as in Environmental Medicine. In his Obstetric work he has delivered over six thousand infants and worked with teenagers in crisis for many years. In addition to writing and serving as an associate editor for a medical journal, he lectures extensively and reviews papers for several scientific journals on issues ranging from medical ethics to environmental health, from evidence-based medicine to reproductive technology, and from physician professionalism to medicine and cyberspace.
He served as the women’s health care physician for an inner city clinic, worked as an Obstetrician/Gynecologist at a University teaching hospital for many years, and served as co-director of medical services in a hospital in West Africa. Included in his awards are the Commemorative Medal from the Governor General in recognition of significant contribution to Canada, the 1983 ‘Resident of the Year’ award chosen by the graduating medical class at the University of Alberta medical school, and a ‘Teacher of the Year’ award from the University of Alberta – where he serves as a clinical associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine. He plays piano and sings in a doctor’s band called DixieDocs and most importantly, he is Shelagh’s husband and his five kids’ “Pa”.
Dr. Stephen Genuis lectures in Canada and the United States on a wide variety of medical and ethical issues and presents to community gatherings, university audiences, government bodies and professional organizations. In addition, he enjoys discussing new and exciting scientific research to encourage and provide hope to individuals suffering from chronic physical and mental illness - his presentations are intriguing, thought-provoking and challenging. He is able to translate detailed scientific information into easy-to-understand and everyday language.
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