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Nominations are being accepted for the 2019 PARO Awards. Any resident or group of residents who are currently enrolled in an Ontario training program are eligible to participate. The deadline for nomination is Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 1700h. For more information about the Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award, Lois H. Ross Resident Advocate Award and the Residency Program Excellence... Read more
On May 11, 2018, the recipients of the PARO Medical Student Citizenship, Resident Teaching, Clinical Teaching, Resident Advocate and Program Excellence Awards were honoured at a celebration in Toronto. For a full copy of the announcement, please click here. McMaster University Northern Ontario School of Medicine Queen's University University of Ottawa University of Toronto Western... Read more
We recognize that Program Administrators have a significant impact on the culture within a program. This represents an important responsibility, as well as a huge opportunity to foster a positive environment for all of our members who work and train in programs in Ontario. Many of PARO’s Resident Advocate Award recipients are Program Administrators – such is the value of... Read more
Dr. Elise Azzi is to be PARO’s President for the 2018/19 academic year. Dr. Azzi was elected by PARO’s General Council at the March 23, 2018 meeting to the position of President-Elect and will move into the role of President on June 15, 2018. Dr. Azzi will succeed, Dr. Bruce Fage. Elise is currently a PGY2 in Family Medicine at The University of Ottawa. Read more
The RCPSC has a multi-year plan to transition all specialties to Competency-Based Medical Education (CBME) with their Competency By Design (CBD) model. If you are a RCPSC trainee, you may have questions about what CBME is, and how it may impact your training. If you are a CFPC trainee training in the Triple C model, you already have experience in... Read more
Do you have an idea for a project that will enhance the well being of the residents at your site? If so, then the Resident Enhancement Fund might just be what you are looking for. In 2000, PARO's General Council approved the establishment of a fund that could be used to support projects that provide a long-term benefit to both... Read more
The Transition Through Residency Team of PARO's General Council have worked hard to develop an informative guide that can assist with planning your career. To read some of the Top Ten Tips from Senior Residents and doctors new in practice, look at our During Residency Section of myparo.ca Career_Counselling_Handbook Read more