IMG Orientation Conference Spring 2020

IMG Orientation Conference Spring 2020

A component of the BC Physician Integration Program (BC-PIP)

Accreditation
Target Audience:

Physicians registered in the provisional class with the College of Physicians & Surgeons of BC (CPBSC)

Course Format: One day in-person course in Vancouver, BC with distributed videoconference sites in Victoria, Kelowna & Prince George

Title

  • May 9, 2020
Surrey Memorial Hospital
13750 96 Ave
Surrey
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Overview

Registration is not yet open, please email bc.pip@ubc.ca to join the notification list.

This one-day seminar covers the following topics:

  • Ethics, liability, communication and professionalism
  • Cultural considerations of communicating with patients in Canada
  • Introduction to indigenous health
  • Physician self-care and resilience

Please note: this one-day seminar is for physicians registered in the provisional class with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia (CPSBC)

Venue

Surrey Memorial Hospital SMH B110 LT. (13750 96 Ave, Surrey, BC) and videoconference sites in Victoria (Victoria General Hospital), Kelowna (Kelowna General Hospital) and Prince George (University Hospital of Northern BC) - expand link below for full details.

VIDEOCONFERENCE SITES

Kelowna General Hospital | 2268 Pandosy St, Kelowna, BC  V1Y 1T2
Room: CAC 235

University Hospital of Northern British Columbia | 1475 Edmonton St, Prince George, BC  V2M 1S2
Room: 5030

Victoria General Hospital | 1 Hospital Way, Victoria, BC  V8Z 6R5 
Room: 1916

 

If you are a physician who wishes to register for this seminar and you are not currently registered in the provisional class with the College, please email Kate Meffen, UBC CPD Program Coordinator.

Skills Gained

Upon completion of the orientation, participants will be able to:

  • Identify features of medical practice unique to British Columbia (BC) and Canada, including issues related to culture and diversity
  • Identify and access clinical and educational resources and supports (local, provincial and national), including those related to ethical and/or medico-legal questions or concerns
  • Recognize how one’s own cultural beliefs and attitudes impact relationships with patients
  • Discuss the determinants affecting health status of Indigenous people
  • Consider how trauma-informed practice may help improve care provision for Indigenous patients in BC
  • Review practices that can promote resilience and wellbeing for health care providers
  • Recognize the signs, symptoms, and causal factors of physician burnout
  • Create a personalized physician burnout prevention plan

 

Cost

Free: The Joint Collaborative Committees (JCCs), a partnership of the Ministry of Health and Doctors of BC, has generously approved funding to cover tuition fees for provisionally licensed BC-PIP participants to attend the IMG Orientation Conference from April 13, 2019 through March 31, 2022.

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Location:
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Family physicians in BC, international medical graduates in BC, residents in BC

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Contact

bc.pip@ubc.ca
604.675.3777
(Mon-Fri 0830-1630)

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