Residents
UBC Family Practice Residents (2019-2021): Drs. Senan Fernandes, Monika Wojtera, Shabnam Rostamirad, Andrea Wong, Ashandeep Sandhu, Jingfei Zhang, Sophia Park, & Tony Zhao (not present).

Greetings Residents!

Linked below you’ll find UBC’s Policies/Procedures, Administrative/Academic Forms, Rotation End-of-Shift Forms, Rotation Progress Forms, and additional resources provided by your Rotation Leads. If you have any questions or are unable to access the documents, please contact jacqueline.ashby@ubc.ca

UBC Policies, Procedures & Guidelines
UBC Policies & Procedures: Faculty of Medicine
UBC Policies & Procedures: Residents
UBC Abbotsford-Mission: UBC Academic Expectations and Guidelines 2019
Residents: Field Note Guide 2020

Administrative/Academic Forms
Conference Leave Form
Electives Request Form
Resident Leave Request Form
Rural Academic Log: Please read and download the log to track your learning experience.
Guide to Periodic Reviews in Family Medicine Residency: Developed by Residents for Residents

Exam Preparation
Anatomy of a SOO by Dr. Iris Liu
A Resident’s Guide to the CCFP Examination by Dr. Joseph Westgeest
CCFP Exam: Preparation & Resources

Scholar Project Resources
R1: UBC PIP & CQI Projects
R2: UBC Resident Scholar Projects
Dr. Rita McCracken’s Scholar Project Manuscript Format Overview
Examples of stellar UBC Scholar PPTs: Hanbidge & Stimson UBC Garden Project 2020

Video Reviews
Update: FAQs on Video Reviews (2020)
Instruction on Video Recording

Rotation: End of Shift Forms
UBC Curriculum Objectives Booklet
Anaesthesia
Emergency
General Surgery
IMCS
Obstetrics
Orthopaedics
Paediatrics
Palliative
Psychiatry

Rotation Guides
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Anaesthesia RotationRotation Progress
Residents please use this tracking tool for your Anaesthesia rotation. The tool is designed to assist you and your preceptors in documenting your progress and determining the completion of your rotation’s learning objectives.

1. Please print and review prior to your rotation.
2. Meet each day with your preceptor to discuss your progress in covering the rotation’s topics and activities.
3. Preceptor: Initial boxes (1-5) indicating resident’s progress and provide any additional comments.
4. Residents: In addition to the form, please complete 4 field notes pertaining to each of the following: pre-operative evaluation and preparation; diagnosis and management of breathing difficulties; establishment and maintenance of the airway; and 3-5 areas that Family Physicians should not miss.
5. If you work with multiple preceptors, please identify under the form’s “Comments” section the preceptor you worked with during that activity and complete your field note with that preceptor.
6. It is the resident’s responsibility to satisfy all learning objectives.
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Cardiology Rotation: Cardiology Primer
Cardiologist, Dr. Nader Elmayergi, produced a primer for residents entering their Cardiology rotation. Please print and review.
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Geriatrics: Experience Log
Residents please use this tracking tool to log your exposure and progress in the Care of Elderly. This tool was designed by UBC’s Dr. Kelly Little, Home VIVE Physician and Director of Community Geriatrics.
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Gynecology: Experience Log
Residents please use this tracking tool for your Gynecology rotation. The tool is designed to assist you and your preceptors in documenting your progress and determining the completion of your rotation’s learning objectives.

1. Please print and review prior to your rotation.
2. Meet each day with your preceptor to discuss your progress in covering the rotation’s topics and activities.
3. Preceptor: Initial boxes (1-5) indicating resident’s progress and provide any additional comments.
4. Residents: In addition to the form, please complete 4 field notes pertaining to each of the following: contraceptive counselling, sexual health, performing a gynecological examination, and 3-5 areas that Family Physicians should not miss.
5. If you work with multiple preceptors, please identify under the form’s “Comments” section the preceptor you worked with during that activity and complete your field note with that preceptor.
6. It is the resident’s responsibility to satisfy all learning objectives.
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Nephrology Rotation: Rotation Progress
Residents please use this tracking tool for your Nephrology rotation. The tool is designed to assist you and your preceptors in documenting your progress and determining the completion of your rotation’s learning objectives.

1. Please print and review prior to your rotation.
2. Meet each day with your preceptor to discuss your progress in covering the rotation’s topics and activities.
3. Preceptor: Initial boxes (1-5) indicating resident’s progress and provide any additional comments.
4. It is the resident’s responsibility to satisfy all learning objectives.
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Obstetrics Rotation: Rotation Progress
Residents please use this evaluation for your OB/GYN clinics and offices. The tool is designed to assist you and your preceptors in documenting your progress and determining the completion of your rotation’s learning objectives.

Instructions:
1. Please print and review the evaluation prior to your rotation.
2. Meet each day with your preceptors to discuss your progress in covering the rotation’s topics and activities.
3. Residents & Preceptors: Initial in the box when Topics are read, discussed, observed, and participated in.
4. Residents: Tally your participation in the Activities Checklist.
5. Residents: Use the Resident Notes/Ideas/Comments to document and/or illustrate learning opportunities, insights, and challenges.
6. It is the resident’s responsibility to satisfy all learning objectives.
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Ophthalmology Rotation: Rotation Progress
Residents please use this tracking tool for your Ophthalmology rotation. The tool is designed to assist you and your preceptors in documenting your progress and determining the completion of your rotation’s learning objectives. (You may want to review UBC’s Ophthalmology Video Suite before your rotation).

1. Please print and review prior to your rotation.
2. Meet each day with your preceptor to discuss your progress in covering the rotation’s topics and activities.
3. Preceptor: Initial boxes (1-5) indicating resident’s progress and provide any additional comments.
4. Residents: In addition to the form, please complete 4 field notes pertaining to each of the following: slit lamp examination, ocular exam, professionalism, and 3-5 areas that Family Physicians should not miss.
5. It is the resident’s responsibility to satisfy all learning objectives.
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Paediatrics Rotation: Rotation Expectations & Objectives & Rotation PICO Table
Residents please use this tracking tool for your Paediatrics rotation. The tool is designed to assist you and your preceptors in documenting your progress and determining the completion of your rotation’s learning objectives.

1. Please print and review prior to your rotation.
2. Meet each day with your preceptor to discuss your progress in covering the rotation’s topics and activities.
3. It is the resident’s responsibility to satisfy all learning objectives.

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Handouts for AHD Sessions
Radiology Handout: DRESABCD of CXR Interpretation
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