2017 04 14 rounds – April 14, 2017 Rounds By Melissa Nilan 0 Internal Reviews UBC is conducting internal reviews on all postgraduate residency programs with the goal of enabling positive changes that will benefit both residents and faculty. The following programs require a resident volunteer (note that reviewers cannot be from the program they are reviewing). If you are interested, please email us. – Adult Hematology: May 24, 2017 afternoon – Pediatric Surgery: May 30, 2017 afternoon – Physical Medicine: June 28, 2017, afternoon – Maternal Fetal Medicine: September 28, 2017, morning – Diagnostic Radiology: September 28, 2017, afternoon – Radiation Oncology: October 4, 2017, afternoon – Gynecologic Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility: October 5, 2017, morning – Developmental Pediatrics: October 25, 2017, morning RDoC Resident Profiles Resident Doctors of Canada has developed a repository of Resident Profiles to help medical school undergraduates make decisions about their career path. They have become extremely popular with over 5000 unique views. RDoC plans to expand their profile collection to include more subspecialty residents. They welcome profile submissions from the following groups: Internal Medicine subspecialty residents, Pediatrics subspecialty residents, CFPC enhanced skills program residents (i.e. R-3 Family Medicine residents) and residents with experience in parental leave / educational leave / program transfers. If you are interested in submitting your profile, refer to the full message from RDoC listed on our website for more details. Upcoming Events Parenting Workshop This annual workshop will be held on April 26th. Click here for details. Ethics Forum On April 27th, join Dr. Cécil Bensimon, CMA Director of Ethics, for an in-depth discussion on the CMA Code of Ethics. Details here. Did you Know? If you are scheduled for a call shift starting on Friday and ending on Sunday, or starting Saturday and ending on Monday, you should submit this call as two shifts in order to be paid the full amount you are eligible for. More details on the types of call shifts can be found here. Featured Blog Articles April 7, 2017 Entitlement Busting 101: How to avoid raising entitled children. April 12, 2017 Negotiating Your First Salary: Tips from MD Financial Management for when you are ready to transition to practice. Trivia Question What time off are residents eligible for when writing qualifying/licensing exams? Email your response by Apr 24 and you could win! ($10 to Starbucks, iTunes or Amazon.) The winner will be selected at random from all correct entries and announced in the next edition of Rounds. The winner from the last edition was Dr. Theresa Lo. Thank you all for sharing your personal wellness efforts!