Family Medicine Notes 2018 Group Order

November 20, 2017

We are happy to announce that the chiefs and administration are helping organize the official group order for those interested in Family Medicine Notes: Preparing for the CCFP Exam as the 2018 edition is now available for pre-sale in both hard copy and digital format.

 

Group order information:

You receive a 10% discount for orders of 10 or more HARD COPY books or 20% discount for orders of 20 or more HARD COPY books.

 

Current Pricing and Information about the e-book available here:

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Important Deadlines:

1. December 1st - Please e-mail me directly by this date if you are interested in purchasing so I have your information and can tell you what the estimated pricing will be (i.e. 20% off for 20 orders). Please provide your site (KTI, QBOL etc)

2. **Friday, December 8th** you must provide payment in full by this date. We can accept cheques or money orders ONLY – NO CASH – cheques should be made out to “Queen’s University Family Medicine Department”. You can bring them to **Judy Sakell (judy.sakell@dfm.queensu.ca) or mail them to her attention. No delays in payment are acceptable.

3. December 11th - We will keep track of all cheques/money orders received and then will place the order by this date.

 

- Once the books have arrived, I will email residents WHO HAVE PAID that they can pick up their FM Notes from the Kingston office.

 

I'm from QBOL/PK/BQ

- If you are with a peripheral location, please still message me by December 1st if you are interested - you will be then in contact with your respective site chief who you will provide the cheque/money order too.

- We will be working to provide your copies from the Kingston office brought to your site by January 22/23rd.

 

I need more CCFP Exam resources!

Don't forget we have a bunch of links and resources at our blog over here:

https://www.qfmblog.com/resources

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