The Department of Emergency Medicine strives to be “the premier program for medical student learning and development in Canada”.
Undergraduate Education is one of our department’s highest priorities. We believe that clinical learning in Emergency Medicine is of the highest value to the education of doctors, and that all undifferentiated physicians should be prepared to manage rudimentary emergencies upon graduation. Our distributed undergraduate program is taught throughout the province by a large faculty of enthusiastic teachers, with a dedicated leadership. We provide a variety of learning experiences to 288 new UBC medical students each year, in addition to dozens of students from other Canadian medical schools, and selected international medical schools.
We are fully engaged in UBC’s Curriculum Renewal to meet the mandate of the Collective Vision of the AFMC Future of Medical Education in Canada project. We continuously strive to ensure LCME Accreditation Standards are met.
This one year program is a continuation of the CFPC EM Residency Program and is designed to meet the needs of the physician who wishes to acquire extra skills in Emergency Medicine. Graduates of the Program are anticipated to act as leaders in Emergency Medicine with a major commitment to emergency care and teaching, regardless of where they practice. The program, though very clinically based, has a strong academic component.
In July 2013, the UBC residency program became a distributed residency program, with residents being based out of Victoria, Fraser and Kelowna, as well as the previously established Vancouver site. We anticipate having academic day videoconferenced, with on-site staff support. Candidates may apply to all sites separately, selecting whichever locations appeal to them. Current residents do rotations at the future distributed sites already, and we anticipate this will continue.
As we transition from a single program to a distributed model, rotations in the new sites will be possible for residents based in other sites.
Based at BC Children’s Hospital, the fellowship is a two year training program in Pediatric Emergency Medicine for qualified applicants interested in learning in a fun, supportive, enriching environment.
The Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship is a one year curriculum designed to train emergency physicians to be leaders in emergency ultrasound in Canada. Fellows will develop expertise in sonography, teaching, research, and administration.
CFPC 2018 Family Medicine Forum held in Toronto Simulation Olympiad
November 19, 2018 CONGRATULATIONS to the Family Practice Simulation Team The resident team and coaches put on a great show and won top prize in the CFPC 2018 Family Medicine Forum held in Toronto Simulation (SIM) Olympiad. They were the best of the best!!! The CCFP residents were the stars of the show. It takes a lot […] Read More >
CONGRATULATIONS to the Family Practice Simulation Team!!!
November 19, 2018The resident team and coaches put on a great show and won top prize in the CFPC 2018 Family Medicine Forum held in Toronto Simulation (SIM) Olympiad. They were the best of the best!!! Of course, the CCFP residents were the stars of the show. It takes a lot of courage to stand on a […] Read More >
Dr. Daniel Ting Receives Inaugural Herb Parkin Leadership Award
May 1, 2018We are pleased to announce Dr. Daniel Ting, a 4th year resident in the Emergency Medicine Program based in Kelowna, has been awarded the first annual Herb Parkin Leadership Award. The Herb Parkin Leadership Award is given to a UBC EM resident who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of Emergency Medicine. This […] Read More >
Dr. Jared Baylis Receives 2017 Resident Doctors of BC Award of Merit
April 27, 2018We are pleased to announce Dr. Jared Baylis, a 4th year resident in the Emergency Medicine Program based in Kelowna, has received the 2017 Resident Doctors of BC Award of Merit. This annual award recognizes members of the healthcare community for their contributions to creating an optimal training environment for residents in BC. As one […] Read More >
Dr. Chad Kim Sing selected for the UBC-BH Emergency Medicine Leadership Fellow!
September 11, 2017Please join me in congratulating Chad Kim Sing on being selected as the inaugural UBC-BH Emergency Medicine Leadership Fellow! The UBC Department of Emergency Medicine and Brigham and Women’s Hospital at Harvard recently collaborated on the development of a 2 year program to build leadership skills in promising future EM leaders. Chad is presently the […] Read More >