Professor (Clinical Communication)
Professor - Joint Appointment Community Health Sciences
Dr. Adams teaches in all 3 years of the Clinical Communication Program/Professional Skills at UCVM. Teaching and learning modalities include: Peer feedback, small group work, video tape review, use of simulation for teaching and assessment, portfolios.She provides communication training for Faculty and Community Veterinarians at UCVM, across North America, Australia, UK and Caribbean.
Preferred method of communication
Please contact the faculty member directly at the email or phone number listed above. If you are not able to reach them, the faculty assistant listed below may be able to help.
Name: Mary Anderson
Phone: +1 (403) 210-6150
Research and teaching
- Veterinary Medical Education
Research / Scholarly Activities
As a Professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences, Dr. Adams teaches in all 3 years of the Clinical Communication Program/Professional Skills at UCVM. She works to improve communication practices in veterinary medicine and education.
Dr. Adams has developed evidence-based communication curricula and methods for teaching, learning and evaluating communication skills across North America, UK and Australia. Her co-authored book: Skills for Communicating in Veterinary Medicine will be released in 2016 and it is intended to earn widespread recognition in veterinary medical practice and education around the globe.
Darlene Chalmers (PhD), 2009-
Elpida Artemiou (PhD), 2010 -
6.2 Graduate Student Committee Membership (In addition to students named above)
Ann Toohey, Community health sciences 2010 -
Prabb Lail, MSc, Community health sciences, Physical activity and dog ownership, 2010 -
Dawn Rault, Community health sciences - 2010 -
Chris Degeling (post doc) - 2009 -
Noureen Kanji, MSc, Adherence in veterinary practice, 2009 -
Irene Moore, MSc, Relational Dynamics in Veterinary Medicine, 2009 -
Andrea Wasko, MSc, Prevalence of Heaves in Horses, 2007 -