December 02 2020
The physician resource plans (PEMs) in non-FM specialties were updated on December 1, 2020.
November 17 2020
Would yoga, boxing, or spinning classes help you and your colleagues maintain your health? Would a fun activity during a virtual lunch be ideal for consolidating the team in your program? Would home-delivered vegetable baskets along with a recipe contest raise the troops’ morale? Submit an initiative that would directly enhance your fellow resident doctors’ health and wellness, and we will be pleased to contribute financially to your project.
October 23 2020
We are now certain that the Quebec Government is informed of the certification exam saga. If the Minister seems to have closed the door to our demands in the report Prêts à aider, des médecins résidents demandent la suspension d'un examen (in French only), broadcast on TVA Nouvelles on October 27, 2020, in fact, he couldn’t say anything else. In this report, you will hear, among others, our president, Dr. Olivier Fortin, as well as the Minister of Health and Social Services, Christian Dubé.
August 21 2020
This event, exceptionally virtual this year, allows resident doctors to meet with representatives of health care institutions to discuss career possibilities.
April 07 2020
Measure if you are in psychological health, in reaction, weakened or in critical condition thanks to this self-assessment tool for your psychological vital signs prepared by the Quebec Physicians’ Health Program (QPHP). Then, read the document “Managing our reactions to stress” also prepared by the QPHP. Most of all, do not hesitate to ask for help if you feel you need it.
December 27 2018
We invite you to consult The Interpretation Guide to the FMRQ 2015-2021 Collective Agreement which is now posted on our website. We remind you that, for any questions concerning your work conditions, you may also get in touch with the FMRQ directly by calling 514-282-0256 or 1-800-465-0215, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 26 2018
The Royal College is continuing to integrate the various training programs into the competency-based approach, or Competence by Design. Already, eight programs have been following the CBD model since July 1, 2018. Last year, the FMRQ had published a report on the impact of CBD on Quebec’s medical residents, based on semi-structured interviews conducted on two of these programs. Early in 2019, the FMRQ will be polling medical residents registered in CBD in the eight programs concerned, to see whether our recommendations have been taken into consideration and identify any issues that still deserve attention from us and the other stakeholders concerned.
August 27 2018
Training Site Challenges - FMRQ's 15 recommendations to faculty authorities
July 24 2018
The R1 Welcoming Day was held on July 20 at the Old Port’s Belvédère in Montreal.