Register now for FMF to avoid disappointment! Networking opportunities and special events are integral to FMF, in addition to the remarkable educational sessions. Unique to this year’s FMF will be a tribute to the Top 20 pioneers of family medicine research in Canada.
FMF 2015 offers numerous incredibly diverse sessions and workshops for all family physicians to learn from experts in the field. These include sessions targeted to those in their First Five Years of Family Practice. For a change of pace, participate in the Research and Education Foundation’s popular Silent Auction and Walk for the Docs of […]
This episode introduces enticing FMF hotel and travel discounts, motivating keynote speakers, and a sample of the educational topics offered.
FMF has much to offer! The Call for Abstracts is now open and exhibit space is available for booking—don’t miss approaching deadlines!
The last day of Family Medicine Forum has done anything but slow down. [View the story “#FMF2014: Day Three / Jour 3” on Storify]
With an inspired keynote, and the installation of our new President, Day 2 of Family Medicine Forum started off with a bang [View the story “#FMF2014 Day Two / Jour 2” on Storify]
[View the story “#FMF2014 Day One / Jour 1” on Storify]
The day before FMF is a busy one with researchers, faculty, residents, and students attending Research Day and Family Medicine Education Forum (FMEF) [View the story “#FMF2014: Pre-Conference Day / Journée préconférence ” on Storify]
Initially it looks like a bunch of sticky notes posted haphazardly on a wall. But a second glance reveals it is so much more. Artist Jeff Nachtigall’s Open Studio project is a spontaneous, creative, accessible intervention. He succeeds in “weaving creativity into everyday life.” Throughout FMF, participants passing by can choose a sticky note of […]
“Delivering on the Promise of Medicare” and CFPC President’s Installation In FMF 2014’s inspiring keynote address on Friday, November 14th, Dr Danielle Martin convincingly explained why and how Canada should be “Delivering on the Promise of Medicare.” Dr Martin affirmed that “Canadians want a health care system based on need, not the ability […]