UBC Medicine 12th Annual Art Show

The UBC Medicine 12th Annual Art Show is accepting art submissions from students, residents, alumni and faculty members. The Art Show is an annual exhibition of visual arts from UBC Medicine and is held at the Medical Student and Alumni Centre (MSAC).

All forms of visual art are welcome! We accept paintings, sculptures, photography, textiles, sketches, digital media, etc. Works must be framed and ready for hanging. Apply here!

Game of Throws: Register Teams!


Prepare your teams! The game is coming!
Don’t miss the chance to win the GOLDEN BEDPAN trophy to display in your unit / office. It’s going to be great.

Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation presents it’s first Fraser Health employee dodge ball tournament taking place Saturday April 29, 2017. Support your hospital foundation while having fun and have a great day team building.
Get your team together now and start practicing! Challenge your boss and coworkers. Space is limited.

$150 for a team of 8
$25 for individual registration

Prizes for:
Winning team receives a trophy and bragging rights for the year.
Early bird registration – Register before February 14th and be entered into a draw for a prize
Best Team Spirit (includes costume)
Highest fundraising team

Register by March 2, 2017 and be entered to win a Sevenoaks package that includes $100 gift card and other great items for the team!
Register now!

Resident Wellness: In the IC Lab with Drs. Enns & JQ

Here at the Abbotsford-Mission Family Practice Residency Program, we take the Resident Wellness Ice Cream Rounds to another level. Move over store bought brands, our Residents design the flavours! This session we’re in the Ice Cream (IC) Lab making:

Biliary Sludge-Fudge©
Dr. Alex Enns (Designer)
Dr. Jacqueline Ashby (Confectioner)

Vanilla Ice Cream Base
1 cup whole milk
2 cups table cream
¾ cup granulated sugar
Pinch of salt
1 tbsp pure vanilla extract
1/2 tbsp of peppermint extract
Green food colouring

Additional ingredients:
2 cups of crushed mint sandwich cookies
2 cups of chopped Jay-Q’s homemade mint truffle fudge (ancient secret recipe)

1. Mix all vanilla ice cream base ingredients in a bowl and chill in sealed container overnight.
2. Pour in ice cream maker (takes about 20-25 minutes to stiffen).
3. Once mixture has stiffened pour in a separate freezer-safe container and fold in your fudge and crushed mint sandwich cookies.
4. Place in freezer for an additional 2 hours to firm.
5. Serve!

For all you visual learners, see below!