PPEP is recruiting a part-time specialty-practice consultant medical advisor (psychiatry)

The Physician Practice Enhancement Program (PPEP) is seeking a part-time specialty-practice consultant medical advisor (psychiatry).

Under the direction of the deputy registrar and the program director, the specialty-practice (psychiatry) medical advisor carries out the mandate of the PPEP: to provide expert review of program files and promote quality improvement in community-based physicians’ medical practice. The PPEP medical advisor will review assessment reports, provide feedback, identify opportunities for improvement on various files, and engage in coaching sessions with registrants. The PPEP medical advisor will also provide feedback on program development and quality improvement and help guide future program direction. 

The PPEP medical advisor will have exceptional oral, interpersonal communication skills, and an excellent command of written English. Previous experience in evaluating clinical performance and developing continuous improvement plans would be advantageous. The College is seeking efficient, responsive physicians who can work in a demanding environment, while maintaining quality and timeliness standards. The candidate must work collegially and interact effectively with College staff.

The successful candidate must hold a full, specialty practice (psychiatry), active practice licence in good standing with the College. Ideally, they will have previously undergone a PPEP assessment (preferred) and are able to commit one day per week to the program. 

Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, with a resume, to the director, PPEP, by December 31, 2020 to: 

All correspondence will be held in strict confidence.