Section of Communities of Practice in Family Medicine

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We have a new name: the Member Interest Groups Section!

This June the Section of Communities of Practice in Family Medicine will begin transitioning to become the Member Interest Groups Section (MIGS). This concludes a 16-month review process that was designed to guide the expansion of the Section beyond the 19 programs and 10,000 members it currently supports.

The strategic review undertaken—which involved extensive consultations with committee members, CFPC physician leaders, CFPC staff, and external organizations—highlighted the need for greater awareness of the Section and a broader mandate. Redesigning the Section allows the CFPC to address the wide and evolving interests of our members and to continue supporting members in a modern online community.

The Section’s new name marks the first stage of this transition. Input from CFPC members who currently participate on the Section’s committees drove the selection of the name, as our goal is to have it represent what the redesigned Section offers to members.

Over the next few months the Section will roll out more information to showcase additional changes. 

Communities of Practice in Family Medicine (CPFM) – Enhanced Clinical Sessions

Our Section of Communities of Practice in Family Medicine (CPFM) comprises a number of programs, each of which addresses a particular area of special interest of our members.  

These programs cover a range of areas that members have asked us to include - be they part of their comprehensive care practices or in some cases major or full-time commitments. The CFPC remains committed to comprehensive continuing care.

Family Physicians with special interests are those family doctors with traditional comprehensive continuing care family practices who act as the personal physicians for their patients and whose practices include one or more areas of special interest as integrated parts of the broad scope of services they provide.

Family physicians with focused practices are those family doctors with a commitment to one or more specific clinical areas as major part-time or full-time components of their practices. 

Addiction Medicine 
Family Practice Anesthesia
Cancer Care
Child and Adolescent Health
Chronic Pain
Dermatology
Developmental Disabilities 
Emergency Medicine
Enhanced Skills Surgery
Global Health

Health Care of the Elderly
Hospital Medicine
Maternity and Newborn Care
Mental Health 
Occupational Medicine
Palliative Care
Prison Health
Respiratory Medicine
Sport and Exercise Medicine 

Sign up

All you have to do to get started is fill out this form or go to your membership profile where you can indicate which program or programs are of interest to you. There will be no added fees or other requirements expected of you to become part of this College activity. We will pass your name on to the programs, so that you may be included in future networking opportunities and future communications. 

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