During the course of each year, RDoC participates in a number of events across Canada, including conferences, workshops, and other RDoC-generated events. You can view the information we present below.
View our presentations below:
Presented by Dr. Michael Gousseau, Co-Chair Training Committee at Professional Association of Residents of Ontario.
August 26, 2014: Accreditation Information Session
Presented by Dr. Michael Gousseau, Board Member, Denis Laliberté, Royal College, Judith Scott, CFPC at Provincial Association of Resident Physicians of Alberta Assembly Meeting.
Dr. Kimberly Williams provided an update on Entry Disciplines and CBME at the Royal College Council.
April 18, 2016: Implementing Competency-Based Medical Education (CBME) in Canadian Residency Programs – Mitigating Risks and Enhancing Strengths
Presented by Drs. Terry Colbourne and Natasha Snelgrove, co-chairs of the Training Committee, at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME)
October 24, 2015: Mitigating Risks during Implementation of Competency-Based Medical Education in Canadian Residency Programs
Presented by Dr. Terry Colbourne, co-chair of the Training Committee at the International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE).
Dr. Tom McLaughlin presented the RDoC principles on Entry Disciplines as part of a panel discussion at the CFMS Spring General Meeting.
Drs. J. Harmon, M. Rayar, G. Shiau, V. Bhella, S. Moore, J. Bourque, G. Yeung, and J. Jaswal presented this poster at the International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE).
April 15, 2012: Canadian Patient and Physician Safety and Wellbeing: Resident Duty Hours
Dr. Vishal Bhella, Chair, Education and Professionalism Committee presented this paper at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME).
Presented at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME) by Dr. Jean-Marc Bourque, Member, Advocacy & Policy Committee.
Dr. Natasha Snelgrove, Co-Chair, Training Committee presented this session at the 2015 National Physician Employment Summit.
August 25, 2015: Strategic Session 3: Building Momentum for Change in the Postgraduate Medical Training System: Matching Output with Practice Opportunities
Dr. Ashley Miller, Vice-President RDoC presented this session at the Canadian Medical Association Annual Meeting (General Council).
May 15, 2014: Building Strategic Change in Canadian Healthcare
Dr. Jesse Pasternak, co-chair Standing Committee on HHR was an invited panelist at the Queen’s Health Policy Change Conference.
April 28, 2014: Surgical Residents’ Perspectives of Employment Opportunities Post-Residency
Dr. Lori Anne Archer, member Standing Committee on HHR, presented this topic at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME).
April 27, 2014: The Resident Perspective: Health Human Resources Planning
Dr. Ashley Miller, co-chair Standing Committee on HHR, presented this topic at CCME.
February 18, 2014: Transitioning into Practice. Evidence-Informed Career Planning
Dr. Jesse Pasternak, co-chair Standing Committee on HHR, presented this session at the Royal College Summit on Physician Employment.
September 27, 2013: Evidence-informed career planning: Data and strategies to help medical students and residents chart their career path
Dr. Ashley Miller, co-chair Standing Committee on HHR, delivered this CAPER workshop panel presentation at the International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE).
August 20, 2013: Strategic Session 2: Physician Resources: Realigning the Postgraduate System to Support the Future of Health Care Delivery in Canada
Dr. Jesse Pasternak, Chair of Standing Committee on HHR, presented this session at the Canadian Medical Association Annual Meeting (General Council).
December 3, 2012: Through the Residents’ Lens: Results from the Canadian Association of Internes and Residents 2012 National Resident Survey
Dr. Mathieu Dufour, Vice-President, presented these survey results at the Royal College – 2012 HHR Dialogue.
Dr. Jonathan Dean presented RDoC’s position at the AFMC Lunch and Learn(er) Forum: Intimidation and Harassment, a Case for Zero Tolerance!
Workshop at the International Resident Leadership Summit (IRLS) by Drs. Safiya Karim, Steve Hawrylyshyn, and Jerry M. Maniate.
April 22, 2013: Mentorship in Canadian Residency Programs
Presented at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME) by Dr. J. Jaswal, Education & Professionalism Committee.
Dr. Melanie Adams presented this paper during the session panel Continuity of Patient Care: Challenges and Opportunities as part of the 2015 Federation of Medical Regulatory Authorities of Canada Annual Meeting and Conference in Fredericton.
October 25, 2014: Best Practices in Handover Education
This workshop was presented at International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE) in Toronto. It was co-developed by Drs. Chris Little, Meera Rayar, Nureen Sumar of our Advocacy and Policy Committee as well as Drs. Trey Coffey and Zia Bismilla of the I-PASS program at Sick Kids.
Drs. Alec Yarascavitch, Aleksandra Paliga, Tarek Ezzat, Jasbir Jaswal, Jesse Pasternak. presented this topic at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME).
Dr. Jonathan Dean provided a resiliency update at the CMA General Council.
May 29, 2015: Optimizing Physician Mental Health Through Resiliency Training
Dr. Breanna Balaton presented this plenary at the Royal College Regional Advisory Committee (RAC).