Resident Project Day

Resident Project Day 2022 - VIRTUAL via Zoom

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:

  • Identify research and scholarly work in Family Medicine
  • Acquire primary care knowledge through research
  • Support public recognition of the Resident Projects
  • Assess residents through feedback evaluation
  • Participate in discussion about the Resident Projects

Event details

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 will be an afternoon held on Wednesday, June 8, 2022.

The event begins with opening remarks at 1:30 p.m.

The event will culminate with closing remarks and the awards presentation.

Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2022
Time: 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Location: ZOOM

 

Registration

Register Here - Note: Registration is mandatory for all speakers and attendees.

If you are a resident, faculty, or staff member, please use your UWO zoom account. If you do not have a zoom account, you may register for one here.  

2022 Abstracts

The 2022 Abstract Collection will be available soon.

Evaluations

Evaluations will be available soon.

Abstract booklet archive

For Presenters:

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.

Presentation Requirements:

  • NEW for 2021 - Lightning oral presentations AND Poster presentations
    • Lightning oral presentations:
      • 7 minute presentation of project followed by 3 minutes of questions
      • 5 content slides only
      • Separate title slide
    • Poster presentations
      • 3 minute presentation of project followed by 2 minutes of questions
      • 1 slide (poster) only
  • Powerpoint templates available for use
  • Visual presentation should be prepared in PowerPoint and should have the Schulich Medicine and Western logos.
  • Electronic presentation MUST be sent to the Resident Project Coordinator at least one week prior to Resident Project Day (deadline June 2)
  • Disclosure form - MUST be sent to the Resident Project Coordinator at least one week prior to Resident Project Day (deadline June 2)

Photo Gallery

2015 Resident Project Day Photo Gallery