Priority Topics and Key Features for the Assessment of Competence in Rural and Remote Family Medicine

This collection of priority topics and key features was developed by the CFPC Working Group on the Assessment of Competence in Rural and Remote Family Medicine, in alignment with policy themes for advancing rural education to support the development of family physicians ready to practice in rural and remote Canada.

The document is recommended as a resource to guide in-training assessment and inform the design of learning opportunities for all residents, regardless of their context of training. Further work is being done to integrate these priority topics and key features into the existing Evaluation Objectives for the purposes of certification.

Priority Topics for the Assessment of Competence in Rural and Remote Family Medicine.

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