Published Reports

These reports and  policy papers have been published by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC).  Can’t find a document? Some older documents are not listed online, but may be kept on file. Contact us.



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Educational reference manual: core emergency medicine training in family medicine residency programs.

This educational resource has been developed in order to provide all participants in the educational process of FM residency programs with consistent and simple-to-use tools. They reflect the work and commitment of EM educators in Canada to provide training that is consistent with the philosophy and vision of the CFPC in this domain.

2002

Education Document/Report

Emergency Medicine,

Medical Education

National guidelines: family medicine - emergency medicine residency programs.

The “National Guidelines: Family Medicine - Emergency Medicine Residency Programs” has been developed in order to provide all participants in the educational and accreditation process of family medicine - emergency medicine residency programs with a consistent and simple to use tool.

2002

Education Document/Report

Emergency Medicine,

Medical Education

Report of The Task Force on the Future of Family Medicine Research in Canada.

 In January 2001, the CFPC Executive Committee recommended that a Task Force be established to examine the future of Family Medicine Research in Canada, in particular to define the roles and relationships of the CFPC (including its Chapters) and the University Departments of Family Medicine in relation to family medicine research.

2002

Research Document/Report

Global strategy on infant and young child feeding.

 WHO and UNICEF jointly developed the Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding to revitalize world attention to the impact that feeding practices have on the nutritional status, growth and development, health, and thus the very survival of infants and young children.

2003

Endorsed Practice Resource

Child & Adolescent Health Care,

Maternity & Newborn Care

Caring for lesbian and gay people.

 This book offers busy clinicians practical, accessible, and evidence-based information to help in the care of gay and lesbian patients.

2003

Endorsed Practice Resource

Gay and Lesbian Health

Family physicians caring for hospital inpatients. Discussion Paper.

This discussion paper has been written for family doctors, health professionals with whom they work, hospital administrators and managers, medical school leaders, the patients whom family doctors serve, and other public audiences interested in the value and importance of family doctors working in various health care environments.

2003

CFPC Policy Paper

Hospitalists,

Health Care Delivery

Rehabilitation in the context of HIV for family physicians.

Rehabilitation in the context of HIV can be broadly defined: optimizing choices for people with HIV by providing the tools and support to help people do what is meaningful to them.

2004

Endorsed Practice Resource

Communicable Diseases

Asthma action plan.

The Family Physician Airways Group of Canada (FPAGC) has created, in partnership with the College of Family Physicians of Canada, an asthma action plan. The Canadian Asthma Consensus Guidelines Group clearly states that asthma education is key to managing asthma.

2004

Endorsed Practice Resource

Respiratory Disorders

Infant feeding. Policy Statement.

The benefits of breastfeeding have been well documented. Recognizing that breastfeeding plays an uniquely important role in the healthy development of infants and young children, The College of Family Physicians of Canada endorses The WHO Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding.

2004

CFPC Policy Paper

Child & Adolescent Health Care

Family medicine in Canada: vision for the future.

Canada is facing a crisis. Timely access to health care services is getting progressively worse for Canadians. The single biggest reason for this is a severe shortage of health professionals. High on the list of those in short supply are family doctors. More than 4 million Canadians cannot find family physicians.

2004

CFPC Policy Paper

Health Care Delivery

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