UBC Enhanced Skills Program H2SUM (HIV, Viral Hepatitis, Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health)
In collaboration with the UBC Department of Family Medicine Enhanced Skills Program (PGY3), the BC-CfE and the VCH – Vancouver Department of Family and Community Practice is pleased to offer a 3-month postgraduate training program.
This program will enhance the skills of family physicians in the areas of HIV, viral hepatitis, substance use disorders and mental illness. It will provide a comprehensive approach to the care of vulnerable and marginalized populations across the province and equip family physicians with the tools to manage the needs of complex patients.
ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAM, THE R3 RESIDENT WILL BE ABLE TO:
Enhanced Skills Program H2SUM (HIV, Viral Hepatitis, Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health)
Length of Program:
All participants of the program will foster all competencies in family medicine, as set out by the College of Family Physicians of Canada. For complete details on the learning outcomes, please read our program outline.