The 19-member Board represents more than 9,000 resident physicians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, the Maritime Provinces and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Read the latest news from RDoC.
Dr. Melanie Bechard outlines the year ahead.
RDoC wants to thank all residents who submitted a volunteer application during the recent Call for Volunteers.
A new fact sheet on Specialty trends in Canadian postgraduate medical education is now available.
Information about RDoC’s work, open positions, and the application process can be found at http://residentdoctors.ca/call-for-volunteers/.
Resident of Doctors of Canada will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Saturday, June 10, 2017 in Vancouver.
The MCC’s examination program will undergo significant changes that will take effect in 2018 and 2019.
RDoC Wellness Committee member Dr. Blair Bigham writes about the pressure for physicians to work while sick.
Join us and help to shape the environment we work and train in, by applying for one of our many volunteer positions.
The 2017 conference will be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba on April 29-May 2, 2017 and feature a number of residents presenting or speaking at various sessions.
With residents feeling woefully short on practice management info, Resident Doctors launches campaign
RDoC Practice Committee Co-Chair Dr. Melanie Bechard speaks to The Medical Post about practice management.
The MCC’s online exam prep resources web page contains a wealth of information to assist in your preparation.
A new fact sheet on Trends in first year trainees in Canadian postgraduate medical education is now available.
Are you a student or resident interested in learning how to evaluate posters? If so, CAME has an upcoming opportunity for you at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education in Winnipeg April 29-May 2, 2017.
Resident Doctors of BC has released the March 2017 issue of The Pulse — their bi-monthly newsletter.
Five Canadians recognized for their contributions to improving the lives of resident doctors in Canada.
Canadian Medical Association (CMA) company Joule has opened its second round of grants seeking promising physician-led ventures designed to innovate and revolutionize health care in Canada.
Read Dr. Melanie Bechard’s post in Resident Doctor of BC’s blog, The Morning Report
The CBC reports on how Canadian physicians are countering burnout using skills based on military experience.
On March 6, 2017, Resident Doctors of Canada is moving to a new location.
RDoC President Dr. Kimberly Williams speaks to The Medical Post about resiliency.
A new report on Trends in Transfers within Canadian Postgraduate Training is now available.
Updates to the Internal Medicine and Urology examination formats for 2017.
Read RDoC President Dr. Kimberly Williams’ celebratory message & outline of activities.
CFMS President Franco Rizutti voices student concerns to the province’s plan to curb health care spending.
This year’s JGME-ALiEM Hot Topics in Medical Education journal club features the systematic review on residency wellness recently published in the Journal of Graduate Medical Education (JGME).
Apply online for the March 18-19 train-the-trainer session.
Sign up for the free webinar from The Royal College!
The Society of Rural Physicians of Canada has released the Winter 2017 issue of the Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine.
Updates to the Anesthesiology, Dermatology, and Respirology (Pediatric) examination formats for 2017.
A new data table on Physician opportunities in Canada is now available.
Inspired by a shared commitment to improve patient care, Resident Doctors of Canada has united with 12 other Canadian health care organizations under the new CanMEDS Consortium.