September 25 2017
Since September 15, 2017, your pharmacy’s prescription drug invoice will be more transparent. It will show the following :
September 24 2017
100 small ways to quit worrying: your bedside read for the month!
September 18 2017
The ALDO-Québec information session, provided by the Collège des médecins du Québec, is mandatory for all residents. It provides information about the legal, ethical and organizational aspects of medical practice in Quebec. If you haven’t participated in an ALDO-Québec information session, you won’t receive your permit to practice.
September 18 2017
On Friday and Saturday, November 17 and 18, 2017, the FMSQ will be holding the 10th edition of its Interdisciplinary Education Day (JFI). Exceptionally, the event will be held over two days, at Montreal’s Palais des congrès convention centre, and in several simulation centres.
July 25 2017
The FMRQ delegates elected the members of the FMRQ Board of Directors for 2017-2018 last month. Here is the list of your elected officials.
June 19 2017
Please note that the Scientific Committee for the Fédération des médecins résidents du Québec’s Grant program for research projects on medical education will be receiving the next research projects this fall. The deadlines for receiving research projects next year are October 1, 2017 and April 1, 2018. Keep an eye on the FMRQ’s publications and your electronic inbox for further details this summer.
May 19 2017
As part of the campaign to raise awareness of bullying and intimidation in postgraduate education sites, the FMRQ has developed several tools. The latest of these is a brochure entitled Intimidation: recognizing, reporting and eliminating it, presenting the procedure in the event of bullying, and the resources you can call on. We invite you to take a look at it. You will be receiving a hard copy by mail along with the next issue of the FMRQ Bulletin. If you have any questions, or need help, feel free to get in touch with us by calling 514-282-0256 or 1-800-465-0215, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 18 2017
This past Friday, May 12, 2017, the FMRQ held its yearly Symposium on PREMs in Family Medicine, at Hotel Bonaventure Montreal. Participants attended a presentation by the FMRQ’s family medicine co-ordinator, Geneviève Coiteux, on the procedure for obtaining a position. The presentation was followed by cocktails, when participants met with regional department of general medicine (DRMG) representatives from different regions of Quebec. Aside from the meeting with DRMGs, this Symposium was a chance for R1s in Family Medicine to learn about PREMs and management rules for physician resources in family medicine, and to take advantage of the coming months to prepare for the 2018 PREM application period, which starts October 15, 2017.
April 11 2017
On May 12, 2017, as part of the FMRQ’s Symposium on Managing Stress and Preventing Burnout, Sonia Lupien, a speaker deeply involved in the transfer of scientific knowledge to the general public, will be dispelling some myths about the popular definition of stress, and presenting an overview of the scientific discoveries of the past 30 years in the field of Psychoneuroendocrinology, which studies the mechanisms and effects of stress on physical and mental health. She will also be showing us ways of controlling the stress response through cognitive restructuring and the parasympathetic system so as to better integrate the different, scientifically validated methods that have shown their ability to diminish the stress response and, by extension, the potentially negative impact of stress on physical and mental health.
March 27 2017
Stressed out by your workload, your evaluations, your exams, your call duty, your future PREM/PEM, your family and financial obligations? Relax! We have what you need.
On May 12, 2017, the FMRQ will be holding, as part of Medical Resident Day, a Symposium on Managing stress and Preventing Burnout to identify lasting solutions to be implemented into your workplace that will help you manage stress and prevent burnout.
The Symposium will be held at Bonaventure Montréal Hotel, 900, de la Gauchetière West Street, Montréal. It opens at 9:30. Lunch will be served, and cocktails will follow the symposium.
All medical residents are released from their clinical activities to attend the event with no financial or academic penalty (75%). Call duty service must, however, be provided.
We hope to see you there in large numbers!