Department of Surgery
School of Medicine Queen's University
 

Dr Steve Mann

Dr Stephen Mann Orthopaedic SurgeonUniversity Position:
Assistant Professor

Current Appointments:
Attending Staff, Kingston General Hospital
Attending Staff, Hotel Dieu Hospital

Areas of Clinical Interest:
Arthroplasty, Adult Trauma


Areas of Research Interest:

Alternate bearing surfaces in hip arthroplasty
Medical education (especially professionalism and competence).

Contact Information:
Department of Surgery
Kingston General Hospital, Nickle 3
Kingston, ON
K7L 2V7
Tel: 613.549.6666 x3670
Fax: 613.548.2468

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Fellowship:
• Lower-Limb Arthroplasty and Reconstruction (supervisor Mr Rob Sharp)
Dec 2013 - Dec 2014, North Shore Hospital, Auckland, NZ

• Adult and Paediatric Trauma (supervisor Dr Jeff Yach)
July 2013 - Nov 2013, Kingston General Hospital, Kingston, ON, Canada

Residency:
• Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program, June 30, 2013 Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada

Medical School Graduation:
• Doctor of Medicine, May 28, 2008 Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada

Medical Licensure:
• College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
• Medical Council of New Zealand

Qualifications:
• 2014 - Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education (University of Dundee, UK) 
• 2013 - Specialist Certificate in Orthopaedic Surgery (Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada)
• 2012 - ATLS Recertification
• 2010 - Principles of Surgery Examination (Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada)
• 2009 - MCCQE Part II (Medical Council of Canada)
• 2009 - Introductory Tutorial for the TCPS Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans
• 2008 - ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support)
• 2008 - MCCQE Part I (Medical Council of Canada)
• 2007 - ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
• 2005 - Bachelor of Science (University of Guelph, Canada)
• 2001 - High School Diploma with OAC (Preston High School, Cambridge ON, Canada)
• 1991 - National Life Saver and Swimming Instructor Qualifications


Awards:
• 2013 - Resident Teaching Award - Clerkship Phase III (Queen's University, Canada)
Voted best surgical resident teacher by graduating medical students
• 2012 - William Ersil Award (Queen's University, Canada)
Best research paper in Clinical Science
• 2012 - Resident Prize for Excellence in Clinical Teaching (Queen's University, Canada)
Voted outstanding contributor to undergraduate medical education by graduating medical students
• 2012 - Resident Teaching Award - Clerkship Phase III (Queen's University, Canada)
Voted best surgical resident teacher by graduating medical students
• 2011 - Williarm Ersil Award (Queen's University, Canada)
Best research paper in Basic Science
• 2011 - Resident Teaching Award - Clerkship Phase III (Queen's University, Canada)
Voted best surgical resident teacher by graduating medical students
• 2009 - William Ersil Award (Queen's University, Canada)
Best research paper by a Core Surgical Resident
• 2007 - Aesculapian Society Athletics Award (Queen's University, Canada)
Outstanding Intramural Athletics involvement
• 2005 - Edgar Forrester Scholarship (Queen's University, Canada)
One of four highest admission averages to MD program
• 2004 - Dean's Honours List (University of Guelph, Canada)
Cumulative academic average greater than 90% for six semesters
• 2004 - Lionel Bradley Pett Scholarship (University of Guelph, Canada)
Highest cumulative academic average over two years in Department of Human Biology and Nutritional Science
• 2001 - Entrance Scholarship (University of Guelph, Canada)
Admission academic average greater than 90%


Courses Attended:
• 2014 – Argo Hip Arthroplasty Cadaver Course (Brisbane, Australia)
• 2014 – Stryker Hips and Technology Meeting (Sydney, Australia)
• 2014 – Biomet Revision Arthroplasty Symposium (Sydney, Australia)
• 2014 – Exeter Hip Meeting (Auckland, New Zealand)
• 2014 – Research Grant Writing Clinic (Auckland, New Zealand)
• 2012 – Canadian Orthopaedic Residents Trauma Course (Kingston, Canada)
• 2011 – American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Resident Arthroplasty Course (Dallas, USA)
• 2011 – Kingston Shoulder Arthroscopy Course (Kingston, Canada)
• 2011 – Canadian Orthopaedic Residents Trauma Course (Kingston, Canada)
• 2011 – Canadian Orthopaedic Association Basic Science Course (Montreal, Canada)
• 2011 – AO Advanced Principles and Techniques of Operative Fracture Management (Boston, USA)
• 2010 – International Conference on Residency Education & National Resident Leadership Summit (Ottawa, Canada)
• 2010 – Canadian Conference on Medical Education (St John’s, Canada)
• 2010 – Residents as Teachers (Kingston, Canada)
• 2009 – AO Basic Principles and Techniques of Operative Fracture Management (Charlotte, USA)


Publications:
Bow J, Rudan J, Grant H, Mann S, Kunz M. Are hip resurfacing arthroplasties meeting the needs of our patients? A two-year follow-up study. J Arthroplasty 2012;27(6):984-9

Mann S, Harrison M, Borschneck D. Implementation of a novel night float call system: resident satisfaction and quality of life. Can J Surg 2014;57(1):15-20