RaT Facilitation Materials

For Programs that want to offer tailored RaT sessions, the RaT facilitation materials are meant as a starting point; please edit as needed to fit your context. If parts of the PowerPoint presentations do not resonate with you, please edit or cut them. The most successful RaT sessions are those in which the facilitator adapted the slides and exercises to make them their own.


  • Patient education 
  • Designing presentations for learning 
  • Teaching clinical reasoning 
  • Supporting the learner in difficulty 
  • Equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) annually rotating topic
  • Teaching surgical & procedural skills  

Facilitation Materials (Dropbox link) 

Family Practice Facilitation Materials (Dropbox link)

    RaT Curriculum Authors

    Dr. Sandra Jarvis-Selinger
    Associate Dean, Academic in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, UBC. 

    Dr. Nawaaz Nathoo
    Clinical Educator Fellow at the Centre for Health Education Scholarship, UBC. 

    Dr. Leslie Sadownik
    Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and an Associate Member of the Department of Dermatology and Skin Sciences, UBC. 

    Dr. Kiran Veerapen
    Assistant Dean of Faculty Development, Director of Assessment, and Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, UBC. 

    Family Practice Curriculum Authors 

    Dr. Brenda Hardie 
    Associate Program Director, Family Practice in Family of Medicine and Lead Faculty for Faculty Development, UBC. 

    Mr. Bill Upward 
    Teaching and Learning Strategist, Family Practice in the Family of Medicine, UBC. 

    Other contributors and authors are labeled in the individual resources.