University of Saskatchewan - Family Medicine - North Battleford
- Faculty members that are diverse in age, training, and interests.
- Collegial faculty that create a supportive, non-competitive team environment.
- Learner to faculty ratio = 1:1
- No commute.
- Feel like health care delivery in the small city was designed around your learning needs.
- Family Medicine teaching unit is located in a Patient Medical Home.
- Strong CFPC certification success rate.
- Integrated schedule that allows for targeted acquisition of competencies and room for “life” outside of training.
- Extensive learning in emergency room setting with supportive FP and ERP support.
- Accessible recreation within city limits and/or 30 minutes driving distance.
- Travel more, major divided Highway(16) stretching East and West from the Battleford’s, taking you to Saskatoon or Edmonton for a more metropolitan break, or fly to a far off destination from either of their international airports.
Our mission is to create, teach, and develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes specific to the discipline of Family Medicine. We will work to optimize health by demonstrating excellence and innovation in service, education, and scholarly activity. We will provide university, hospital, and community-based education consistent with the principles of Family Medicine. We will focus our efforts on working with communities in response to their health needs.
Interviews will be held March 12-14, 2021
- Residents are provided 20 vacation days per year
- NRP is provided by the program
- There is ample opportunity to teach medical students
- Very competitive resident salaries
- CMPA insurance is paid by the University of Saskatchewan
- Annual Resident Retreat
Each resident is required to complete a scholarly project during the two-year residency. Residents are supported by faculty and staff of the Research Division to complete this work. The project must be presented by residents at the annual Resident Scholarship Day and a manuscript must be submitted. All residents are required to complete scholarly academic modules and will have protected time to complete these activities.
Quality improvement and reflection on one’s own practice are important components of the practice of Family Medicine and there is increasing emphasis on this activity. All residents are required to participate in a practice assessment, as set out by their training site.
Planning for academic sessions is coordinated across all sites of the program. An Evidence Based Medicine course and a Scholarship Skills course are mandatory for the first year. Physician Management courses and ethics courses are provided. Written and Simulated Office Oral Exam preparation is provided.