rounds: December 20, 2019

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2019-2022 Collective Agreement

We are happy to announce that the 2019-2022 Collective Agreement between HEABC and RDBC is now publicly available. We thank you for your patience as both parties worked to get this document finalized. For any questions about the agreement, please send an email to info@residentdoctorsbc.ca.

RDBC Office Holiday Hours

Happy holidays! The RDBC office will be open until December 24, 12 PM. It will be closed from December 25 until December 30, and once again on January 1. Be sure to contact us with any questions you may have before then!

2019 Christmas Market Social

Our annual Christmas Market Social is happening tonight at 7 PM! If you’ve RSVPed for the event, be sure to pick up your ticket(s) from the RDBC staff at the main entrance between 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM. Each resident ticket will also come with an event mug, one traditional beverage and the carousel ride pass if it has been selected. See you there!

Board of Directors Meeting – January

The next Board of Directors meeting will be taking place on January 9. All RDBC members are invited to attend the Board meetings as observer guests. Interested members are invited to RSVP for the Board meeting a minimum of 1 week prior to the meeting. RSVP.

2019 Awards of Excellence

The nomination period for the 2019 Awards of Excellence will be opening on January 2. Get a head start on thinking about your nominations for the three categories: Award of Merit, Dr. Patricia Clugston Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching, and Residents’ Advocate Award.

Putting Health Care Processes on the Map

Are you involved in improvement planning and looking for an effective tool to engage patients, families, clinicians, decision makers and others? Look no further! Mapping can help show you the way. The BC Patient Safety & Quality Council is hosting a workshop on January 29 in Surrey. More info.

CalendarUpcoming Events

2019 Christmas Market Social

Board of Directors Meeting
January 9

Book and appleDid You Know?

If you are pregnant, you can have your workload modified at any time with a note from your practitioner.

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December 9
The December Resident Spotlight with Dr. Lingsa Jia is now out!

December 10
The The Provincial Influenza Prevention Policy has recently been modified. What does this mean for residents?

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Happy holidays! What is your favourite part of this time of year?

Email us your answer at info@residentdoctorsbc.ca by January 3 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. Emily Stewart. Please contact us with your choice of gift card!

author: Sasha Zalyvadna