What we want to accomplish.
The five core rules we live by.
Our core objectives that brought us together.
Why and how we got started.
These are the volunteer physicians behind this.
These are the physician leaders supporting us.
Connecting with respect and an eagerness to help.
Supporting initiatives with positive societal contribution.
Leveraging resources and network in an honest and ethical manner.
Changing the status quo is hard and adding energy is key.
Being open about sharing experiences and resources – giving and receiving.
To build a tight-knit, diverse, inclusive, and respectful community of Canadian physicians in practice and in training that supports and strengthens each other’s innovative and entrepreneurial endeavours - beyond running a clinical practice or traditional research
To advocate for the introduction of medical innovation and entrepreneurship content into the Canadian medical school and residency curricula and to collaborate on the creation of a “how-to” practical educational curriculum for in training, practice, or retired physicians.
To equip physician innovators and entrepreneurs with tangible (funds, investments, protected physician time) and intangible resources (network, opportunities, partnerships, etc.).
To offer mentor and develop the next generation of physician innovators and entrepreneurs through e-learning, presentations and roundtable peer leadership discussions.
His untimely death during the crash of Ukraine Flight 752 made us even more determined to see his vision happen. His ability to think systems-wide is forever remembered and respected. Read more about his extraordinary life in the CMA Award of Merit write up.
Wanted to give physician innovators and entrepreneurs a community, resources, and a voice. UBC medical student, researching medical AI at Stanford/Google, and a medical consultant at GYANT - a tech startup in San Francisco.
Physician innovator passionate in how technology fits in quality improvement. Residency director of Medical Biochemistry at UBC Medicine, and board member at Doctors of BC.
Medical student at University of Toronto, League of Innovators Alumni and . participant in many hackathons. Head of Product at imaware™ is a revolutionary new at-home testing platform for chronic illnesses.
Physician leader and tech entrepreneur, with a 15+ years track record of successful complex $100m+ healthcare innovation projects. CEO of Careteam Technologies with particular expertise in starting up new projects and bringing them to scale.