Clinical Faculty and Mentors

Join the Program

Our residency program depends on the contributions of our esteemed faculty and preceptors.

There are many opportunities for physicians, academics and other public health professionals to participate in the program:

Academic Teaching Opportunities are available to present at resident academic half days and additional workshops/courses, such as the Public Health Emergency Management seminar. If you are interest in participating, please contact Residency Program Coordinator
Rotation Supervisors Program continues to recruit supervisors for both core and elective rotations
Mock Oral and Written Exams Opportunities are available to public health physicians to facilitate mock oral exams and written exam review sessions. These are scheduled multiple times per year, often for 2 hours on Friday mornings
Mentorship Program Pairs residents with a public health mentor for the course of their residency
Competence Committee CC meets several times per academic year to discuss resident progress and promotion. Members include the program director, rotation site leads and other clinical faculty
Residency Program Committee RPC meets several times per academic year to discuss program operations and policies. Members include the program director, rotation site leads, other clinical faculty, Chief Resident, and elected resident representative

Faculty Development

Teaching resources and faculty development programs are offered by the UBC Faculty of Medicine.

Faculty Awards

Each year the PHPM residents present an award to clinical faculty who have provided outstanding teaching and support to residents in the program.

2018 - Dr. Charlyn Black

2017 - Dr. Mark Lysyshyn

2016 - Dr. Eleni Galanis

2015 – Dr. Roland Guasparini

2014 – Dr. Eric Young

2013 – Dr. Paul Hasselback

2012 – Dr. Meena Dawar

2011 – Dr. Mark Bigham

2010 – Dr. Marcus Lem

2009 – Dr. Monika Naus

2008 – Dr. James Lu

2007 – Dr. Ray Copes

2006 – Dr. George Povey

2005 – Dr. Rick Mathias

2004 – Dr. Jane Buxton

Resident Assessment

A Mid Rotation In-Training Evaluation (ITER) and End of Rotation ITER are formally completed for each field placement by the designated supervisor. ITER is designed to reflect the goals of training. The supervisor should discuss the results of this evaluation with the resident. ITERs for each rotation are kept in the resident’s file at the School.

At the end of each rotation, the resident will provide to the Program Coordinator additional completed documentation as follows:

• Rotation Specific Objectives (RSO) document
• Rotation Activity Report
• Resident Assessment of Field Rotation
• Rotation deliverables as set out in RSO document (ie article, report, Powerpoint Presentation)