Amy Outschoorn, Director, CPD, and Dominique Tessier, Regional Educator, Quebec, are excited to share details about the upcoming Mainpro changes. Based on feedback from members, the new reporting categories—Self-Learning, Group Learning, and Assessment—will be easier to understand. These categories will either be Certified or Non-Certified. The Mainpro+ enhancements will be implemented in June 2016.
The ARFM Taskforce is pleased to announce the release of the Executive Summary of an important background paper at the Rural Educators Forum at FMF. Review of Family Medicine Within Rural and Remote Canada: Education, Practice, and Policy will be released in December 2015. The taskforce, a joint initiative between The College of Family Physicians […]
Please note that the location of the Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP) Forum on Friday, November 13th, from 11:15 to 12:15 pm has changed. It will now be held in Hall G.
The CFPC, in partnership with the Public Health Agency of Canada, is proud to launch the Prevention in Hand (PiH) website and complementary mobile app. Be one of the first to see this user-friendly and valuable health care resource, intended for health professionals and the public alike. Come to the launch at Family Medicine Forum […]
With the implementation of the Triple C Competency-based Curriculum and other undergraduate, postgraduate, and professional development initiatives, the College of Family Physicians of Canada recognizes that supporting clinical teachers is a priority. This year saw the release of the Fundamental Teaching Activities in Family Medicine: A Framework for Faculty Development, nationally and internationally. Designed to […]
The Sections of Teachers and Researchers are delighted to present a new opportunity for innovation, learning, and collaboration for 2015: Family Medicine Innovations in Research and Education Day (formerly known as Family Medicine Education Forum [FMEF] and Research Day), on Wednesday, November 11th. Registration for this day enables you to attend both education workshops and […]
Check out the new and improved layout and design Visit the nine Chapters that will be represented this year Seek technical assistance at booth dedicated to the CFPC Mobile App Bid on some of the many items available at the Silent Auction organized by the Research and Education Foundation (REF) Sign up for REF’s Walk […]
Follow these tips to effortlessly register for, travel to, stay at, and navigate FMF. We look forward to seeing you November 11th to 14th!
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 […]