Royal College applauds federal government investment in virtual care
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada supports the federal government’s recent investment of $240.5 million to enable the delivery of virtual care services for Canadians.
You should care about Competence by Design. Here’s why.
PGY1 Jena Hall pairs up with Ken Harris to discuss the importance of setting the highest global standards in medical training for the next generation.
Using virtual care to reach our patients
Within my first message you will find a new report that explores how we can use digital technology to reach our patients. Additionally, I have included a short video to introduce myself.
New report a roadmap for accelerating virtual health services in Canada
Today, the Virtual Care Task Force released its recommendations for enabling and expanding the implementation of virtual care in Canada.
Modernizing exams with tablet-based marking system
The Royal College has introduced a new tablet-based system for examiners to grade exams. By fall 2022, this technology is expected to be in use by all specialties.
On the sharp end of the rope: “Doc McLaren” on saving UN troops in Mali
As Andrew McLaren, MD, FRCPC, braced for impact, the CH-147F Chinook ditched rapidly to the water’s surface. The 17-tonne beast hit the surface, teetering for a moment before overturning…