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CFPC Member Interest Groups

Hey you! Do you have a pet passion within family medicine? Maybe addictions medicine, palliative care, global health or dermatology? How about cancer care, chronic pain or geriatrics? Well, you're in luck! The CFPC has 19 Member Interest Groups (previously known as communities of practice) for all of the above and more if you want to get connected with other docs with similar interests; be involved with research; and stay up-to-date with new developments, resources and issues! You can check it out at this link, and update your CFPC profile accordingly :) https://www.cfpc.ca/MIGS/

PGY1s: We Want YOU!

CFPC PGY1 applications are now open! Information: section of residents that represents each family medicine training program in Canada to the college. There are 2 residents from each of the 17 schools, one PGY-1 and one PGY-2. We advocate on a variety of issues including curriculum reform, post residency training programs, and certification exam logistics. Term: Two years Responsibilities: Representing Queen’s University family medicine residents at two meetings per year in Mississauga (all costs are reimbursed) and up to two additional teleconferences throughout the year. Updating your fellow residents with the newest CFPC resident initiatives. Participating in SoR sub-committees and other

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