To help doctors and their practice teams stay up-to-date on the most current information and best practices in key areas of clinical and practice management, PSP offers a variety of flexible, evidence-based, learning opportunities.

Designed to maximize the value of doctors’ learning time, formats can include interactive in-person sessions, online courses or a blend of the two.

Learning opportunities are:

  • 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.
  • An integration of themes: patient self-management, quality improvement, and team-based care.

Doctors and teams can work with RSTs to incorporate learnings into their practice to action and sustain improvements

Topics for learning content include:

  • Adult Mental Health*
  • Advanced Access/Office Efficiency
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences*
  • Chronic Pain
  • Child and Youth Mental Health*
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Electronic Medical Records
  • Group Medical Visits
  • Heart Failure
  • Hypertension
  • Palliative Care
  • Practice Improvement (QI)
  • Team-based Care
  • Substance Use
  • Virtual Care (DTO)

*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.