Events

Upcoming events

Dr. Brian Grunau presenting at CHEOS’ Work in Progress Seminar Series!

Dr. Brian Grunau presenting at CHEOS’ Work in Progress Seminar Series!

The Centre for Health Evaluation & Outcome Sciences (CHEOS) is relaunching their Work in Progress (WiP) Seminar Series! The first WiP of 2021 will be on February 10th from 12:00–1:00 PST and will be presented by UBC Emergency Medicine Clinical Assistant Professor, Dr. Brian Grunau. Dr. Grunau will be discussing his recent study which compared […]

Register: 2021 UBC Emergency Medicine Research Day!

Register: 2021 UBC Emergency Medicine Research Day!

Wednesday April 14, 2021 | 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM Save the date in your calendar REGISTER NOW Please note that this event will be online-only. EM Research Day will feature a number of presentations of completed or planned EM research. We’re excited to share that Dr. Jeffrey Perry will be our visiting professor! If […]

Dr. Jared Baylis presenting at Kelowna EM Research Day

1st Annual Kelowna EM Research Day

Kelowna celebrated its first EM Research Day on Wednesday, April 17, 2019! The goal of the annual event is to build local research capacity. The presentation topics are listed below: Kelowna Emergency Department Suboxone Starts (KEDSS) Program for opioid use disorder: A program evaluation study. Dr. Britt Bailey, R2 UBC RCPS- EM Residency Program-Interior Journal […]

Reminder to Register: EM Research Day 2018

EM Research Day will feature podium presentations on completed or planned EM research, plus a plenary presentation by visiting professor, Dr. Laurie Morrison, Research Chair, Professor, and Clinician Scientist in the Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto; Scientist at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute at St Michael’s Hospital, and […]

Register now! UBC EM Research Day – April 5, 2017

EM Research Day will feature podium presentations on completed or planned EM research, plus a plenary presentation by visiting professor, Dr. Paul Atkinson, Professor of Emergency Medicine at Dalhousie University, Chair of the Dalhousie Emergency Medicine Research Committee, and Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Memorial University of Newfoundland. Dr. Atkinson’s work is highly respected […]

Rural Online EM Journal Club Returns in September

Another exciting season of the Rural Emergency Medicine Journal Club is about to begin! Register online This online journal club is a great way for rural physicians with an interest in Emergency Medicine to form a community of practice across a dispersed geographical area. The online nature of this club allows you to join at […]

New DEM Clinical Faculty Promotions (August 2016)

Please join me in congratulating the follow DEM Clinical Faculty members on their recent promotions.   Frank Ackermann – Clinical Assistant Professor – East Kootenay Regional Eric Angus – Clinical Assistant Professor – Lion’s Gate Karine Badra-Quirion – Clinical Assistant Professor – St. Paul’s Matthew Bouchard – Clinical Assistant Professor – Vancouver General Douglas Brown […]

Fentanyl Epidemic Webinar – May 24, 2016

Fentanyl Epidemic Webinar – May 24, 2016

  Dr. Roy Purssell’s webinar on the BC fentanyl epidemic, presented May 24, 2016, can be viewed here. Slides from the presentation can be viewed here. If you have any questions, feedback, or would like to get involved, please contact Dr. Roy Purssell at Roy.purssell@bccdc.ca. This was the first in a series of Emergency Medicine Network webinars.

Dr. Tom Green Receives RHC Clinical Teacher of the Year Award 2015-2016

On April 27th during the RCH EM Grand Rounds session Dr. Nicolle Holm (R4) and Dr. Wesley Jang (R4) played one of the best games of 20 Questions that we have heard in quite a while.  Their questions had the audience guessing and almost crying with laughter.  They definitely made sure we were all listening. […]

Dr. Barry Miller receives major recognition from the Faculty of Medicine

Congratulations to our Department of Emergency Medicine Faculty Member Dr. Barry Miller, who has received major recognition from the Faculty of Medicine. Dr. Barry Miller, nominated by Drs. Adam Lund and Caroline Tyson, has been chosen to receive the 2016 Clinical Faculty Award for Career Excellence in Clinical Teaching. Dr. Miller is a Clinical Assistant […]