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Interested in Working in Vancouver?

May 19 is World Family Doctor Day. This day acknowledges the role and contribution of Family Doctors in health care systems around the world. The Vancouver Division of Family Practice works with physicians interested in practicing in Vancouver to help match them with the clinics that best suits their practice preferences. They can also connect you to resources for licensing in BC, starting up a practice, billing support, and more. The VDoFP is a not-for-profit organization funded by the Ministry of Health and Doctors of BC that works together with a variety of community partners and health authorities. Since they are a non-profit organization, their services are free! If you’d like to learn

CFPC Section of Residents Survey

Hi All! Please consider participating in this national survey on Quality Improvement (QI) education in Family Medicine across Canada, brought to you by the CFPC's Section of Residents. Their goals are to enhance QI curriculums and education within Family Medicine, improve how QI education is delivered, share QI resources, and encourage all of those within Family Medicine to engage in the practice of QI. Upon completion of the survey, you have the opportunity to submit your email to be entered into a random draw to receive a $50 prepaid Visa Card! The survey will be open until May 28th, 2018. It should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. Of note, you can change the language of the s

OCFP - Don't miss a STEP

The inaugural STEP conference from the Ontario College of Family Physicians brings together clinical leaders to share the latest findings and deliver relevant, evidence-based pearls to apply in practice. STEP is focused only on the clinical areas identified by family physicians as challenging: - Cardiology - Dermatology - Mental Health - Musculoskeletal Health - Pain and Palliative Care Unable to attend in person? Good news - the OCFP is partnering with OTN to livestream the STEP conference. Webcast registrants will be able to access this live event from anywhere. For more information, please visit:


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