The program chief blog provides up to date news and resources for our Queen's Family Medicine residents.

May 14, 2018

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 survey to French, by clicking on the button in the top...

January 11, 2018

PGY-2s have received a recent e-mail regarding the CFPC review sessions that are generously being held by Dr. Mike Ward. Please see your e-mail for the webcast links/dates (first session on January 17). These will be available for viewing afterwards if you cannot attend live.

For those who want to get a head start, some of last year's sessions are still available to watch. They are archived for approximately 1 year. 

Feb 15 http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=59596690

Mar 1 http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=59596756

Mar 29 http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=59597160

April 12th http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=59597232

Login/username: LHCCFP

January 5, 2018

As a reminder to our PGY-2s, don't forget to sign-up for the Spring 2018 Licensing Exam, deadline is February 1st, 2018. To do this, login to your CFPC account and click the apply for examination tab on the lower left corner of your My Account dashboard.

September 30, 2017

"On behalf of the Section of Residents Council, we’d like to share an exciting opportunity for incoming residents(current R1s) to have your voice heard and contribute to the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC).  In order to advance its strategic directions and support members across the country, the CFPC strikes many important committees and working groups. These committees often seek resident membership in order to inform their work and ensure a resident viewpoint is captured. The details of these opportunities can be found below.  Most groups have two meetings per year that are in person at CFPC offices in Mississauga, Ontario and tele/videoconferences in between.  Expenses are reimbursed for in-person meetings....

September 19, 2017

Sent on behalf of Dr. Graham Gaylord, Chair, Section of Residents Council (SoR)

Dear residents:

The Section of Residents (SoR) wants to help The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) raise the profile of Family Medicine Residency across the country. The SoR Council has been approached by the CFPC Undergraduate Education Committee (UGEC) to distribute a survey link to the residents at our respective universities.

The purpose of the survey is to help the CFPC gain a better perspective on how family medicine residents view the profession of family medicine and the value of family medicine residencies. These survey results will be looked at to see how the College can work to enhance the profile of family medicine residencies among medical...

July 24, 2017

I want to extend a sincere thank you for all the residents who expressed interest and put forth their name for consideration for these elections. Below are the results:

CFPC: Sabrina Dzafovic

OCFP: Paule Bertholet 

KTI Wellness: Erin Budd (Cohort A), Marianne Godbout (Cohort B)


The below wellness residents were chosen internally.

QBOL Wellness: Katherine Liu

PK/BQ Wellness: Forthcoming

Congratulations to all!

Please also take the time to vote in the current PARO elections.

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