To make it easier to submit the various requests residents might have, Resident Doctors of BC provides forms that helps us gather all the necessary information to properly review and respond to your request as quickly and efficiently as possible. You can find the most commonly used forms below.
Calls can be entered immediately after they occur, and will be accepted up until 30 days after the end of the block.
Collective Agreement Violation
If you have noticed something, or experienced a situation that you feel violated the Collective Agreement, please contact Resident Doctors of BC, so we may review the matter.
Help Resident Doctors of BC address resident isolation by joining the Distributed Database and provide a contact for those rotating to your site before they arrive.
Eligible expenses may be reimbursed at the discretion of the Director of Finance. To submit an expense for reimbursement, please ensure it is eligible, and provide original receipts with your form.
Share your knowledge of a site with your fellow residents, or add a new one to our list.
Late Call Stipends
Call cannot be submitted more than 30 days after the end of the block. If you failed to submit your call within the allowable time frame, you may apply for review by the JIC. Late call is reviewed after Block 13 and payment is not guaranteed, as approval is at the committee’s discretion.
Letters to the Editor
Resident Doctors of BC is available to support you in your role as a health advocate. If you would like our assistance in sending out Letters to the Editor, please complete the form.
Living in BC
Have a recommendation that you would like to share with your fellow residents? Or a comment about your clinical experience in a location? Share it with us!
Please complete this form to submit expenses for the 2016 New Member Orientation; all forms must be post marked by July 12th to be considered.
Plan Your Own Social – Feedback Report
Socials that are provided funding through Plan Your Own Social are required to complete the Feedback Report in order to receive reimbursement .
Call schedules that do not conform to the established call rules may apply for a variance. Variances and variance requests are reviewed once per academic year by a committee which includes representatives from Resident Doctors of BC, HEABC and UBC.