March 24 2015
View the FMRQ’s presentation of its brief on Bill 20 live at 5 pm tonight (March 24) on the web http://www.assnat.qc.ca/fr/travaux-parlementaires/commissions/csss/mandats/Mandat-29201/index.html under VIDEO
March 19 2015
February 12 2015
The Fédération des médecins résidents du Québec is today launching the nomination process for the 2015 Excelsior Awards, to underscore medical residents’ involvement in their workplace and training environment. The jury will give preference to projects that have an impact on nominees’ own community and the medical community, and those offering the prospect of enhancing medical residents’ health and wellness.
February 06 2015
FMRQ asks for attitude change and open discussion for once with Health Minister Barrette. (French only)
February 04 2015
If your program is holding a Career Day or if you wish to plan an activity on PREMs, don’t hesitate to contact the VP for Physician resources from your association or Marilyn Gagnon-Huot, coordinator for physician resources at the FMRQ
February 02 2015
According to the WHO, around the world there’s a suicide every 40 seconds, and a suicide attempt every 3 seconds, for a total of 1 million suicides a year. In Quebec alone, 1,102 people took their own lives in 2012. From February 1 to 7, 2015, let’s raise the awareness of those around us on the occasion of the 25th Suicide Prevention Week in Quebec, whose theme this year is: You’re important to us. Suicide isn’t an option. For further information, visit www.aqps.info.
January 23 2015
To all medical residents. The Fédération des médecins résidents du Québec invites you to attend a GENERAL MEETING.
January 21 2015
In response to the consultations on Bills 10 and 20, tabled last fall by Minister Gaétan Barrette, the Fédération des médecins résidents du Québec (FMRQ) is today launching a major campaign to gather comments from medical residents, and in a second phase from the general public, concerning current issues undermining Quebec’s healthcare system.
January 16 2015
There are six billion of us on this earth, trying to find happiness, serenity and peace. It is a proven fact that greenery is gentle on the eyes, and the soft sounds and smells of nature relax the brain and help us relax. Our health does indeed improve when we are in contact with a natural environment, and the symptoms of depression—the consequence of being overloaded by stress—decline.