Education Reports & Documents

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Accreditation and the issue of intimidation and harassment in postgraduate medical education. Guidelines for surveyors and programs.

Accreditation and the issue of intimidation and harassment. At the request of the RCPSC, the CFPC and the CMQ the current working group reviewed work done on this topic from 1996 to 2003. This includes the document by the previous working group and also the Ethics and Equity Committee.

2004 Oct

Admission of rural origin students to medical school - recommended strategies.

This report presents education, funding and admissions process recommended strategies to increase the number of rural origin students in Canadian medical schools.


An approach to maternity care education for Canadian family medicine residents. Discussion Paper.

Approach to maternity care education for Canadian family medicine residents. Competence in maternity and newborn care is a prerequisite for Certification in Family Medicine in Canada. 


CanMEDS–Family Medicine

CanMEDS–Family Medicine (CanMEDS-FM) 2017 is a competency framework designed for all family physicians regardless of practice type, location, or populations served. Together with the College of Family Physicians of Canada’s (CFPC) Family Medicine Professional Profile, it forms an overall picture of the roles and responsibilities of Canadian family physicians along with the competencies required to support their work.

Nov. 1, 2017

CanMEDS-FMU: Undergraduate competencies from a family medicine perspective.

CanMEDS- FMU. The goal of this document is to provide a family medicine perspective on undergraduate medical education. This has been done by utilizing the CanMEDS and the CanMEDS-Family Medicine (CanMEDS-FM) frameworks in creating a specific set of undergraduate family medicine competencies for undergraduate educators to use.

2009 Nov.

Defining competence for the purposes of certification by the College of Family Physicians of Canada: The evaluation objectives in family medicine.

The evaluation objectives in family medicine. The evaluation objectives presented here will guide the College’s Board of Examiners in the choice of criteria for the testing and certification of competence in family medicine, during both in-training evaluation and the Certification Examination in Family Medicine.


Defining core procedure skills for Canadian family medicine training

The CFPC commissioned a Working Group on Procedural Skills to create a core and enhanced list of skills to guide residents’ training. This is the first list generated from suggestions of family physicians in practice.


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.


Ethics in Family Medicine - Faculty Handbook

The Committee on Ethics developed Ethics in Family Medicine: Faculty Handbook to provide faculty with a hands-on “how-to” approach. Use this practical guide when developing or reviewing curricula for teaching ethics and professionalism, and for training new faculty members.


Family medicine bioethics curriculum: clinical cases and references.

Family medicine bioethics curriculum. This resource material is intended to facilitate ethics education in family medicine training programs. It may be used by teachers or learners; in small group discussions or in formal teaching sessions; in whole or in part.

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