Unique Training Opportunity
Enhanced Skills Program H2SUM (HIV, Viral Hepatitis, Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health)
In collaboration with the Enhanced Skills Program (PGY3) in the Department of Family Practice at the University of British Columbia (UBC), the BC-CfE and the VCH – Vancouver Department of Family and Community Practice is pleased to offer a 3-month postgraduate training program.
Prospective 2024/2025 residents
Apply for 2024/2025 by January 15, 2024
BC-CfE's Clinical Education and Training Program
Training is based on current scientific evidence and is subject to change. Training should not be relied on by any person as a substitute for specific medical advice from a qualified practitioner. Attendees are responsible for using their independent judgement and expertise in the context of individual clinical circumstances. The BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS is designed to provide learning opportunities on the diagnosis, treatment, management and care of HIV/AIDS and related conditions through personalized learning programs. Training is offered to health care professionals, allied health professionals, community frontline workers and students throughout British Columbia, Canada, and abroad.
Dr. Val Montessori
Co-chair of the CDET of the BC-CfE, Head-Division of Infectious Diseases SPH