Learn about our holiday office closure.
The CMA website now includes a page of Syrian refugee settlement resources for physicians, recommended by the Canadian Doctors for Refugee Care, in collaboration with the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Canadian Paediatric Society.
The organization will be reaching out to the four faculties of medicine in Quebec as well as nurses, other health professionals, and hospitals.
CBC news article on a new international review that suggests depression symptoms have reached a crisis level among doctors in training.
Resident Doctors of Canada (RDoC) is now seeking nominations for its 2015 Awards. Through its Awards Program, RDoC honours individuals who have contributed to improving various elements of the lives of resident doctors in Canada.
Authors are invited to submit abstracts for consideration as part of the ICPH taking place September 18-20, 2016 in Boston Massachusetts.
The latest issue of Resident Doctors of BC’s newsletter has been released.
The MCC has provided an update on the eligibility change for the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Part II.
We participated in multiple sessions at Family Medicine Forum in Toronto that focused on the development of our resiliency curriculum.
The National Health Service (NHS) in England faces massive disruptions as medical residents there have threatened to withdraw services. RDoC President Dr. Thomas McLaughlin spoke to the CMA about the situation.
We participated in a panel discussion on physician employment tips and strategies at the 2015 National Physician Employment Summit in Ottawa.
Did you miss one of ICRE 2015’s thought-provoking plenary sessions? Want to relive the 2015 conference again, already? Video recordings for the following sessions are now available on the ICRE YouTube page.
Applications are now being accepted for their Specialty Training Bursary Program.
Fact sheet focuses on average time to complete postgraduate training.
New newsletter focuses on transitions and smoothing the transition period for learners.
We participated in multiple sessions that focused on the development of our resiliency curriculum at the ICRE Conference in Vancouver.
RDoC-endorsed educational framework will help ensure all Canadian specialist physicians have the necessary skills to provide the best possible patient care.
We provided an update on the development of our resiliency curriculum at the CENTILE Conference in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Brenna Walker, a resident doctor in Family Medicine in her last year of training, penned this blog post for Huffington Post Canada about the future of Medicine in Ontario.
Attend one of our workshops or presentations.
Our resiliency curriculum was the focus of our participation in the 2015 Canadian Conference on Physician Health.
RDoC Executive Director Irving Gold weighs in with The Medical Post with helpful interview tips.
An OpED from Dr. Sarah Giles about the benefits of being a doctor who ‘does everything.’
The report includes a message from exiting Council President Ms. Nancy MacBeth and outlines the various activities of Council from April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015.
See how Dr. Doris Mitchell and two other NOSM graduates have become models for innovative rural health care throughout the world.
CaRMS is now accepting applications for the 2016 Sandra Banner Student Award for Leadership (SBSAL).
The eligibility requirements for the MCCQE2 are changing to allow residents to take the exam earlier in their training.
Maclean’s writer Cathy Gulli shows how students with disabilities are finding their place in medical schools—and beyond
RDoC would like to congratulate the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) on turning 10 this year!
Resident Doctors of BC has released the September 2015 issue of The Pulse — their bi-monthly newsletter.
Past and present RDoC executive members included in list of Canada’s 50 most important doctors and 20 Doctors to Watch.
The latest issue of Maritime Resident Doctors quarterly newsletter, MARDOCS has been released.
Fact sheet focuses on specialty trends in postgraduate medical education.
The report presents the results of organization’s survey of the educational experiences of more than 2,100 students graduating from the Medical Doctor (MD) programs at the 17 Canadian faculties of medicine.
This workshop is designed for Royal College specialty residents who are interested in volunteering as a resident surveyor on Royal College accredited residency programs.
Move comes after 55 med school students were unable to find a residency in 2014, amid release of statistics showing 800,000 Ontarians lack a family doctor.
PARA has released the August 2015 issue of PARAscope – their monthly newsletter about the ongoing activities of the Association.
Selected research papers of several current and recent committee and liaison volunteers to be presented at upcoming International Conference of Residency Education (ICRE) in October 2015.
Resident Doctors of Canada today announced the election of its 2015/16 Board of Directors. The 20-member Board represents more than 9,000 resident physicians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, the Maritime Provinces and Newfoundland.
Resident Doctors of Canada is pleased to announce that Mr. Irving Gold has assumed the role of Executive Director, effective June 1, 2015.
McMaster University have designed a free, accredited program to give health care providers the training and tools to better prevent and manage heat-related illnesses.
CFPC has confirmed that the Spring 2016 Certification Examination in Family Medicine will take place on April 14th-17th, 2016, two weeks prior to the MCCQEII examination.
RDoC has been informed by our resident members that exam capacity has been reached for Canadian graduate first‐time takers for the fall 2015 Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Part II in English.
The Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME) is the premier medical education conference in Canada. The 2015 conference was held in Vancouver on April 25-28, 2015 and featured a number of residents presenting or speaking at various sessions.