Please note, that all observees (mentors) consist of physicians and nurse practitioners.
Gain new skills, learn new resources, and connect with experts with this in-person learning opportunity!
How it Works
The CMN team will help you select the Edmonton or Calgary site location that best suits your learning goals and objectives. You are matched with a peer to observe their work, patient care, interdisciplinary team consults, and case management. Observation periods range from half days (3 hours) to full days (6 hours). Depending on your situation, you may be eligible for remuneration for your observership.
How to Apply
Interested in being an observer? Join the CMN. Make sure to indicate your interest in learning more about the program! We will include information about the observership in your welcome email. Any more questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The participating learning sites can provide hands-on experience in the following areas:
The Alex serves the community facing complex health challenges, including poverty, trauma, financial and housing instability, food insecurity, and a need for social and community inclusion.
More than an emergency Centre, the Calgary DI provides essential care as well as health services and housing support to adults experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness.
Through integrated healthcare, education and housing, CUPS and its partners assist adults and families in Calgary living with the adversity of poverty and traumatic events to become self-sufficient.
The Addiction Recovery and Community Health Team strives to improve health outcomes and health care access for patients with substance use disorders. This is a comprehensive addiction medicine consultation team located at the Peter Lougheed Centre.
The BMHC delivers high quality care to the most vulnerable populations in their community. They provide interdisciplinary, team based, integrated, comprehensive, and person-centered primary health care for those with complex needs.