Get involved with Rural CPD
The HOUSE OB Medical Lead is responsible for providing rurally relevant medical and clinical expertise in partnership with the Senior Medical Lead and UBC Rural CPD’s educational experts to one project or a portfolio of projects. The Medical Lead works collaboratively with the project team and provides some direction to other CPD staff, including coordinators, assistants, and instructional designers, as required. The Medical Lead collaborates with other consultants and subject matter experts that may support delivering the program and develop curriculum.
This position is open to a practicing rural physician providing obstetrical care into third trimester in British Columbia with point of care ultrasound skills for first and third trimester and regular use in clinical practice. Candidates require proficiency with ultrasound technologies including handheld devices, expertise and interest in education and teaching, and leadership experience.
Read the full position description to learn more.
To express interest, please contact Nicole Didiuk, Project Manager, at @email by May 22, 2023.
UBC CPD seeks subject matter experts for rural program development
Rural physicians with interest or experience in teaching, mentoring or instructional design are invited to support the development of rural CPD programs through leadership, content development, subject matter expertise, coaching and mentoring, and other collaborations.
Award-winning programs for rural physicians
At Rural CPD, we know that responsive, flexible, and practical community-based learning opportunities support health practitioners to thrive in rural BC. Our program offers a variety of educational opportunities including coaching and mentoring programs, personalized professional development support, hands-on skill-based courses, and clinically-focused rounds. We’ve been nationally recognized for our Coaching and Mentoring Program (CAMP) and Personal Learning Plans (PLP) programs. We also support leadership in rural communities through RTVS and HOUSE training as well as rural and virtual health rounds.