Vote for the RDoC Board Member for Saskatchewan on April 26th & 27th
Please participate in the online election to choose the 2017-2018 RDoC Representative for Saskatchewan.
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Nominations are now open for the position of RDoC Board Member for Saskatchewan
Nominations are now being accepted for the position of Resident Doctors of Canada Board Member for Saskatchewan. The term will run from June 2017 to June 2018, with the option to run for a second year.
To be eligible to run for this position, you must be a PAIRS resident, training during the 2017-2018 academic year. A description of the role can be found here.
You may nominate yourself or someone else (with their consent) by contacting the PAIRS office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Nominations close at noon on Monday, April 24. The election will be held online on April 26th & 27th. More details on the online election process will be sent to your inbox.
Nominations are now being accepted for the position of PAIRS President. The term officially begins at the close of the Annual General Meeting in August 2017 and ends in August 2018.
To be eligible to run for the position, you must be a PAIRS resident, training during the 2017-2018 academic year. Previous experience on the PAIRS Board of Directors is preferred, as a solid knowledge and understanding of PAIRS operations is required in order to lead the Board of Directors. Additional experience in leadership roles is an asset. All candidates are asked to submit a one page biography which will be posted online for all voters to review prior to the election. A description of the role of PAIRS President can be found here. Please contact our office to nominate yourself or someone else (with their consent) or if you would like more information.
Nominations close on Monday, March 27, 2017. The election will be held online on March 29 & 30. More details on the election process will be sent to everyone in the coming weeks.
Click here for an updated list of candidates.
Check out this profile of Christina Nowik, a PGY-4 from Ontario:
Thanks to RDBC for this infographic: