Dr. Jennifer Clara Tang is an emergency physician in Hamilton and a medical educator (assistant clinical professor, McMaster University) in her first 10 years of practice. As an Inquest and Investigating Coroner she has extensive experience working with the justice system and various levels of government.
Dr. Tang is active in health advocacy and has experienced and understands the medico-legal challenges faced by the profession. She brings a unique expertise in bioethics (Masters of Health Sciences (Bioethics)) and a legal lens from her work with Inquests.
Dr. Tang has substantial involvement in policy-making and governance in both the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) and the Ontario Medical Association. Having served on the CMA Ethics Committee, she has been involved in creating CMA policy on topics including the revised modern CMA Code of Ethics.
The CMPA Nominating Committee values Dr. Tang’s governance and healthcare system experience, as well as her skills, experience, and diverse perspective that are valuable in fostering the long-term success of the Association.
Office of the Chief Coroner of Ontario
Telemedicine in Death Investigation - Working Group Member
McMaster University Medical School
Longitudinal Facilitator of Professional Competencies for Medical Students
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
Assistant Clinical Professor (Division of Emergency Medicine)
Hamilton Health Sciences
Member, Clinical Bioethics Committee
Canadian Medical Association
Bioethics Committee, Ontario Delegate
City of Hamilton
Member, Homelessness Funding Implementation Group
Ontario Medical Association
Delegate to Council, Section of Interns and Residents
Queen's University, Department of Emergency Medicine
Professional Association of Residents of Ontario
Board Lead, Working Group on Distributed Medical Education
Board of Directors, Secretary
Queen's University Site Chair