eNews January 2018: Chapter News

Introducing the CPD eCoach: Improve your practice while earning Mainpro+® credits

The British Columbia College of Family Physicians (BCCFP) has partnered with Continuing Professional Development (CPD) at the University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine to create the CPD eCoach. Designed for and by family physicians, this online tool guides you through a self-directed assessment, and supports you in creating an improvement plan for your identified practice area.

The tool can be accessed and used by family physicians across the country. BCCFP members can also access the CPD eCoach using the Learning Vault on the Chapter website

The Ontario College of Family Physicians proudly celebrates family medicine

Watch the Ontario College of Family Physicians’ new video, Together We are Family Medicine, and read about the recent OCFP Awards recipients who exemplify the vital work of family doctors—the heart of the primary care system.

Registration is now open for the Alberta College of Family Physicians’ ASA

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Register today for the Alberta College of Family Physicians’ (ACFP) 63rd Annual Scientific Assembly, March 2 to 4, 2018, in Banff, Alberta. Relevant and thought-provoking topics include:

  • Medical cannabis
  • Reconciling Indigenous health
  • Seniors’ care
  • HPV/STI/BV evidence update
  • Refugee/newcomer health
  • The diabetic’s feet
  • Transgender health

For full session details visit the agenda page. The ACFP is pleased to offer several registration options, including a number of pro-rated registration options for those who cannot commit to the full ASA schedule or can only attend pre-conference courses. Learn more about the registration options available.

Questions? Contact [email protected] or [email protected]. See you in Banff!

 

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