Maritime Resident Doctors Collective Agreement

The employer pays the coverage costs directly to the cmPA for all residents, except those who are not covered by the collective agreement. Maritime Resident Doctors negotiates a collective agreement with your employer that concludes all Dalhousie University-trained residents throughout the Maritimes. This agreement contains articles about your salary, benefits, hours, absence leave, holidays, courses, phone calls and much more. The agreement is usually renegotiated every three years. When the agreement expires, all provisions will remain in effect until a new agreement is reached. Maritime Resident Doctors (formerly PARI-MP) represents more than 550 Dalhousie University-trained residents who practice in hospitals and health centres in the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and IEP. We have five employees who are constantly working to improve the well-being of our members. In addition to negotiating the collective agreement and improving working conditions, we manage the residents` performance plan, organize numerous wellness events throughout the year and communicate regularly with our membership via email and a quarterly newsletter. We also manage our Healthy Resident Fund, which provides funding for individual programs to implement mental health or wellness initiatives for residents.

17.00 b) No inhabitant can work on average more than 90 hours per week and no more than 360 hours during a 28-day rotation period. Resident Doctors of Saskatchewan (formerly PAIRS) was founded on February 3, 1976 and was officially admitted to a union on April 19, 1996. We currently have 447 resident members who are trained through the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. We have six official education centres distributed: Regina, Prince Albert, North Battleford, Swift Current, Moose Jaw and La Ronge. The RDoS Board of Directors consists of 21 voting members. We have a liaison board that, for each of the 22 training programs, is made up of a program representative who does not vote. Our member of RDoC`s Saskatchewan Board of Directors and a representative from the Saskatchewan Medical Students Society are invited to each of our monthly board meetings.