Whether you’re a first year Family Medicine resident in Prince George, or completing your final year as a postgraduate fellow in Vancouver, these pages are designed to help you find practical resources and information over the course of your time at UBC. Explore postgraduate policies and procedures, find links to online training requirements, and learn more about the Clinical Education Fellowship Program. If you’re a resident, you’ll also want to review this area for details on registration and guidance on how to use the Resident Management System (RMS).
View PGME policies and procedures, and download forms from a variety of organization bodies to help you navigate the day-to-day business of being a learner at UBC.
Find out all you need to know about registration, including step-by-step instructions on how to sign up for a UBC email address and a list of online training requirements.
Learn about how Competency by Design education works and the courses offered, as well as information on Entrada.
Interested in developing an academic career as a clinician educator? Find out more about the Clinical Educator Fellowship Program.
Access your academic and administration records on the Resident Management System.
Resources for faulty and residents that aim to address specific adverse and interpersonal relationships that may arise among peers and colleagues.
A list of all upcoming learning activities for UBC residents.
A curated list of quick links, guides, archives, and stories that residents of all years can use to their benefit.
Learn about the Residents as Teachers initiative at UBC, and access guidelines for teaching MD undergraduate students.
Find resources to help you manage stress and connect with counselors. Join workshops and community events like Talent Night.
A place where you can find out what you can be reimbursed for and for how much, along with ways to submit and receive your claims.
Resources and information regarding the most up-to-date mandates for prescribing medication.
If you are interested in pursuing a Masters, PhD or postgraduate studies through a RCPSC program leading to a clinician-scientist career, check our website for details.
Learn how to find a job, attend professional-development events, other resources to help you move from learner to practicing physician.