It has been a pleasure to work with you from start to finish
- Clive Keyte
Professional design and quick turnaround. Great job!
- Andrea Kannappel
How ResidentDoctorofBC started their signage journey
Who are you known as?
Resident Doctors of BC
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are the certified trade union for resident physicians, training in British Columbia.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We are looking to create a banner that explains the dual role of residency. Part doctor and part learner. We have the text portions completed and are looking for the design. Visit http://www.digitalinformationworld.…needs.html to get an idea of how we would like to express the duality
Title banner: I am a Resident Doctor
Overarching theme under the title banner (if space allows): I care for you
1. Treat: We treat you when you are sick.
2. Advocate: We advocate for you in your personal health care and contribute to the development of health care policy.
3. Collaborate: We work side by side with nurses, physiotherapists, social workers, and all other members of your health care team.
4. Dedicate: We provide round the clock care to you when you need it. We are often the first ones in the hospital and the last ones to leave.
1. Learn: We continue our medical education with 2 to 6 yrs of specialty training after our medical degrees.
2. Teach: We teach and mentor over 500 medical students throughout British Columbia.
3. Explain: We provide public health education to local community centres to help you better understand your health.
4. Research: We do clinical research and present our findings at medical conferences to improve quality of care.
Definition to be included:
A resident is a doctor who is completing training in their chosen area of specialty. They care for patients in hospitals and in the community. They teach colleagues and students, research to solve medical issues, and advocate for patients to improve patient care.