UBC Rural CPD’s Coaching and Mentoring Program (CAMP) fosters peer connections in rural practitioner networks to improve your practice, increase your confidence, and connect you to rural colleagues.
Peer support can take many forms, from an occasional phone call with a coach/mentor to a site visit to shadow a specialist as they perform procedures you don’t often see in your community. CAMP connects you with personalized, just-in-time support in whatever form works best for you.
Coach/mentors provide support in a wide variety of areas including transitions in practice, emergency medicine, palliative care, Indigenous patient care, personal wellness and more.
Coaching/mentoring sessions could involve a range of activities, which may include but are not limited to:
- Direct Observation
- One-on-one conversation in person or on the phone
- Case discussion
- Shadow a coach/mentor
Visit the UBC CPD website to learn more and register for CAMP.
For more information, please contact:
Emily Boardman, Education Manager
UBC CPD Rural Program