Maria Hubinette

Biography

Dr. Maria Hubinette is a community-based family physician with a special interest in youth and women’s health, including survivors of gender-based and sexualized violence. Her clinical practice serves as a constant reminder of why we do what we do in health professions education. She is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Practice at UBC and a Scholar at the UBC Centre for Health Education Scholarship. Dr. Hubinette is the Family Medicine Undergraduate Program Director at UBC and Assistant Dean, Equity Diversity Inclusion for the UBC Faculty of Medicine. She is the past Chair of the Undergraduate Education Committee at the College of Family Physicians of Canada.

Dr. Hubinette’s scholarly and professional activity focuses on equity and diversity, health advocacy, social accountability of the medical profession, and professional identity formation of learners.  Dr. Hubinette also enjoys engaging in teaching, mentorship and supervision of scholarly projects with medical students, family medicine residents and clinical education fellows.

Outside of the office, Dr Hubinette enjoys cruising the coastal waters aboard her sailboat, Dengue (yes, as in the fever) and spending time with friends and family.

To learn more about Dr. Hubinette’s research and projects, please visit her publications and profile website(s) at:

Publications: ResearchGate

Profiles: UBC CHESCGSHE

Department of Family Practice
Suite 300 5950 University Boulevard, University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC V6T1Z3 
maria.hubinette@ubc.ca