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The Office of Respectful Environments, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (REDI) has been established to provide leadership across the Faculty of Medicine in the areas of professionalism, learner mistreatment, equity, diversity, and inclusion, anti-racism, and anti-discrimination.
The Integrated Renewal Program (IRP) unites the Student Academic Systems Initiative (SASI) and the HR/Finance Renewal Program. It will replace UBC’s SIS (student), HRMS (HR) and FMS (finance) core systems with Workday.
The Integrated Service Centre (ISC) was created to support and improve our use of Workday and related products and services.
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Department Staff Meeting
Meetings are held on the last Thursday of each month from 8:30 am to 9:30 am in Room 2D22. There are no meetings in July and August. For further information, please contact Kimi Tanaka (DARPT Coordinator, HR Assistant Manager) at 604-875-2345 (ext.5960)
Department Operations Meetings
Department Operations Meetings are held every second month on the 4th Wednesday (January, March, May, September, November) from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Room 2D22 at the BC Children’s Hospital. There are no meetings in July and August.
For further information, please contact Kim de Gannes at 604-875-2315.
The Department of Pediatrics follows the UBC format with regard to the required documents. CV’s and Teaching Dossiers are stored in separate databases and updated upon request of the faculty member or administrative assistant.
To update your CV, please contact Kimi Tanaka for your most recent version, track the changes and return the tracked document for updating the database. Cathy will then provide you with a Word and PDF version of the updated CV.
To track your changes electronically, open your Word document and in your Tools menu on the top, click on “Track Changes”. Additions will appear in another color on your CV and deletions will move to a bubble on the right hand side.
Faculty Teaching Dossiers
See Faculty of Medicine Elements of a Teaching Dossier Notes
To update your Teaching Dossier, please contact Kimi. She will send your most recent version (only PDF format available) and a Word template to enter the additions on. Return the template to Kimi for updating the database and she will then send you a final PDF version.
See also Faculty of Medicine Preparing for Tenure & Promotion Success
If you have any questions or require assistance with this process, please email Kimi at
The purpose of the Indigenous Portal is to inform visitors about UBC Vancouver’s commitment to Indigenous engagement on campus and beyond, in addition to being an information resource for Indigenous students, faculty and the wider community. https://indigenous.ubc.ca/
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