Resident Doctors of BC has compiled a list of health authorities, government bodies, university and university affiliates, as well as medical information sources to help you find the answers to questions you may have in and outside of your Residency. Have a question? See if the relevant source is here, or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for other answers!
Most Commonly Requested
- Benefits & Wellness
- Colleges & Guidelines
- Employer & Payroll
- Financial Counselling
- Insurance & Liability
As per the Collective Agreement, Residents must acquire both CMPA and LTD coverage.
Residents may choose LTD coverage from any provider, but special provisions have been negotiated with these two providers.
- Medical Apps & Resources
- Other Medical Organizations
- Rural Education Action Plan
The Rural Education Action Plan (REAP) supports the training needs of postgraduate residents through the provision of funding for residents’ rural medical experiences.
There are a number of programs available through REAP which was established as part of the Rural Subsidiary Agreement and is managed by the Joint Standing Committee on Rural Issues.
If you are interested in any of these programs or other rural opportunities please visit the Rural Coordination Centre of BC
- University of British Columbia