Amanda Bell is a graduate of McMaster’s medical school and has been practising as a small-town family physician in Niagara since 2000 with special interest in adolescent medicine and women’s health. She has worked previously in Sexual Health and Eating Disorders.
She is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University and has taught medical students and residents in a variety of capacities since beginning practice. She has served previously as the Pre-Clerkship Coordinator and Student Affairs Director at the Niagara Regional Campus of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine as well as the Chair of Student Affairs for undergraduate medical education.
Amanda currently serves as the Regional Assistant Dean of the Niagara Regional Campus at the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine. She is a student in the Master’s in Health Science Education Program at McMaster with anticipated completion in 2019 and her area of research is student mistreatment.