University of Saskatchewan – Family Medicine – Moose Jaw
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Dr. Sheila Smith

Program Administrator

Lisa Eisan

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Danielle Gillette
PGY-2
Flexibility, collegiality, support, small program, longitudinal emergency medicine and family medicine
Great teachers, numerous opportunities to learn, excellent support
In Moose Jaw we have a happy balance between professionalism and friendly collegiality. It is a very easy place to work, which is why we have retained so many previous graduates.
There are many social events with current and past residents, with supervisors and administrators. These events are a space for food and collegiality, and often are a great source of support outside of work.
Resiliency events at least once per month in the form of meals together, coffee sessions, game nights. Open communication is paramount and highly valued within the program. It allows for a highly supportive environment.
Completing the required exams, starting to shape my practice, watching this years R1s find their independence and welcoming in our new first year residents.
Flexibility, collegiality, support, small program, longitudinal emergency medicine and family medicine

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