Doctors and their practice teams can access flexible, tailored, accessible learning opportunities. Learning materials and sessions offered through PSP are designed to increase knowledge and confidence in key areas of clinical care and practice management.

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Regional Support Team

Regional Support Teams and physician and MOA Peer Mentors can help doctors and teams identify learning priorities and access content that is:

  • Short, flexible, and tailored to a practice’s immediate learning needs.
  • Interactive to help doctors maximize the value of their learning time.
  • Multi-modal (online, in-person, blended) to work with doctors’ schedules and learning preferences.
  • Integrating themes of patient self-management, quality improvement, and team-based care.

Doctors and their teams can engage in sessions that are relevant to their practice, and—with support from PSP team members—use their learnings to implement and sustain lasting practice changes.

Topics for learning content include:

  • Adult Mental Health
  • Advanced Access/Office Efficiency*
  • Child and Youth Mental Health
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease*
  • Dementia Management
  • Electronic Medical Records
  • End-of-life*
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Pain Management
  • Practice and Quality Improvement
  • Team-based Care

New topics coming soon:
Adverse Childhood Experiences, Diabetes, Heart Failure, Hypertension, Substance Use

*Content is currently being refreshed.

Module Evolution Project

Based on physician feedback, PSP is evolving its learning content in partnership with UBC Continuing Professional Development. New content will be more tailored, adaptable, flexible, and streamlined for doctors and their practice teams.

Watch the video below to learn more.