January 12, 2017

BC doctors can access learning and support tools to help patients manage chronic pain. The PSP Pain Management module provides information on:  EMR enabled pain tools; promoting patient self-management; better identifying, assessing, managing, and communicating with patients living with chronic...

January 10, 2017

One of the most stressful and challenging times for medical students comes in their fourth year of study: the transition to residency. Students chose a discipline, apply for, and are invited to interviews that play a critical role in their future as doctors. On January 7th Doctors of BC and the...

December 20, 2016

Dear Colleagues:

A question has arisen regarding the impact of the proposed governance changes on how the Doctors of BC represents members in negotiations.

It is important for members to know that nothing has changed on this front. A new smaller Board will not have the power to...

December 6, 2016

How a system is designed can dramatically affect how well it works. Over the last decade, there have been a number of reviews and proposals for change to the Doctors of BC governance structure; some initiated by the Board, some by individual members. 

Governance (structures, systems, and...

November 17, 2016

Dr Cochrane’s report clearly confirms the concerns raised by Nanaimo Regional General Hospital’s (NRGH) doctors and nurses of inefficiencies and problems with Island Health’s new IT system, and we thank him for that.

I’d like to acknowledge – and I think British Columbians owe a debt of...