Resident Project Day
Family Medicine residents will present their projects and commend their achievements at Resident Project Day in June each year. The event hosts up to 200 individuals (family physicians, fellow residents, medical students, allied health professionals and staff) and is an opportunity to bring our distributed teaching sites together and to celebrate the success of our resident projects.
Learning objectives for Family Medicine Resident Project Day include:
- Encourage and foster research and scholarly work in Family Medicine
- Increase primary care knowledge through research
- Provide public recognition of the Resident Projects
- Provide feedback to the residents through evaluation
- Provide an opportunity for discussion about the Resident Projects
Join us for a day of scholarly oral presentations as we celebrate the success of our resident projects and bring our distributed teaching sites together.
Resident Project Day is a full-day event held on Wednesday, June 12.
Registration opens at 9:00 a.m. and the day begins with opening remarks at 9:30 a.m.
The event will culminate with closing remarks and the awards presentation.
Date: Wednesday, June 12
Time: 9:30 a.m. Registration opens at 9:00 a.m.
Location: Western Centre for Public Health and Family Medicine
Registration for the 2019 Resident Project Day has now closed.
*Please note presenters are required to register.*
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We will be live tweeting throughout the event. Participate in the discussion with #FMRPD19.
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Project Day Awards
Judges will evaluate all Resident Projects and prizes will be awarded for best presentations. If your presentation does not meet the following presentation requirements, you will NOT be eligible for Resident Project Day awards.
- NEW for 2019 - Lightning oral presentations
- 5 minute presentation followed by 5 minutes of questions
- 5 content slides only
- Separate title slide
- Separate conflict of interest slide(s) - will be sent to presenters
- Powerpoint templates available for use
- Visual presentation should be prepared in PowerPoint and should have the Schulich Medicine and Western logos.
- Be present during oral presentation session and give a 5 minute overview of project to audience. Rule of thumb: 1 min per slide. After, there will be a 5 minute question and answer period.
- Electronic presentation MUST be sent to the Resident Project Coordinator at least one week prior to Resident Project Day.