Practice Management Curriculum

Get the non-clinical skills you need to start your career off right

Medical school provides you with the clinical skills you need to serve patients; Joule provides you with the non-clinical skills you need to transition into practice. Our Practice Management Curriculum (PMC) offers a series of seminars for family medicine and specialty residents.

Friday, September 11, 2020

Monday, September 21, 2020
Dalhousie, pt 1

Wednesday, September 23, 2020
U Sherbrooke/CharlesLemoyne, pt 1

Thursday, September 25, 2020

Monday, September 28, 2020
Dalhousie, pt 2

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
U of T-Enhanced Program Billing
FR: facturation du programme bonifié


FM – Family medicine
SP – Specialist

Practice management resources

Whether you are starting your career or want to address some challenges you are facing now that you are in practice, our list of practice management topics – detailed overviews of personal and professional issues – will help you make the most of your practice.

Electronic medical records

Evaluating practice opportunities: family medicine

Evaluating practice opportunities: specialists

Financial planning

Getting started as a professional

Physician remuneration options

Personal and professional accounting and taxation

Personal and professional insurance

Legal issues for physicians

Medical records management

Negotiating a mutually beneficial locum contract

Principles of negotiation

Staffing and human resources

Starting your practice on the right foot

Setting up your medical or clinical office


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New in Practice Guide

This guide provides useful information about your new career, including the financial, legal and administrative matters that will play key roles in your future success.