Registration now open for this year’s Practice Survival Skills Conference: What I Wish I Knew in My First Years of Practice taking place Saturday, June 12. Join for practical tips, virtual exhibit & job fair!
Jun 12 (Sat) | 0900–1400 PDT +Add to calendar
Target Audience: physicians, family practice residents, specialty residents, locums, IMGs, and physicians new to BC.
Up to 4.5 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 credits.
The event will be hosted on an interactive virtual platform called Pheedloop — view event live streams, network, access presentation handouts/resources, and view post event recordings all in one place! Also, we will have a NEW virtual exhibit space for you to visit before we start, during the breaks, and during a dedicated time when the conference ends at 2–3pm.
Topics for You!
09:10 Virtual Care: What You Need to Know to Start Strong | Richard Wang
09:35 But What Are the Rules? The College Expectations of Virtual Care | Dr. Heidi M. Oetter
10:15 What’s in It for You? How to Access Free Negotiated Benefits? | Tu-Anh Lemckert
10:35 How to Get Ahead Quick: Pathways Referrals and Point of Care Tools | Dr. Tracy Monk
11:25 Group Workshops I (choose stream)
A) New to Practice (NTP) Physician Contract with Ministry of Health | Dereck Eby
B) Are There Any Job Out There? Specialist Career Building Opportunities | Dr. Nicole Todd
12:15 The Latest on Medical Legal Report Writing and Motor Vehicle Collision Injuries in BC | Dr. Gurdeep Parhar
13:00 Avalanche Control: How Not to Be Buried by Paperwork | Dr. Eric Cadesky
13:30 Real Time Virtual Supports For New Physicians in BC (Rudi, Redi, Race, E-case) | Dr. Brydon Blacklaws
14:00 Closing / Complete evaluations
** NEW ** 14:05 – 13:05 VIRTUAL JOB FAIR AND EXHIBITS & NETWORKING (not accredited)
Past participant testimonials:
- “The positive, supportive, and interactive style of the knowledgeable presenters as well as the subject matter clearly catered towards the high-yield topics for physicians brand new to practice”
- “I like this online format! It’s nice to be sitting in PJs listening to these experts”