Highlights


 
  • Responding to the Call: NCMC Incorporates Indigenous Knowledge Systems to Strengthen Primary Care

    The Workplace Integrated Demonstration Projects (WID), launched by the Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine, were grant initiatives designed to strengthen the comprehensive primary care workforce through training, mentorship, and coaching. These projects aimed to expand interprofessional teams, enhance primary care practices, and develop curricula to improve the delivery of comprehensive care. The Northern Connections Medical […]

  • Recruiting members for the Honours and Awards Research Committee

    The Foundation for the Advancement of Family Medicine (FAFM) and the Section of Researchers (SOR), at the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC), are currently recruiting a senior career researcher and a mid-career researcher for the Honours and Awards Research Committee (HARC). Participation in the HARC is a unique and rewarding volunteer opportunity for […]

  • Cultural Barriers and Health: Umbrella Multicultural Health Cooperative

    The Workplace Integrated Demonstration Projects (WID), launched by the Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine, were grant initiatives designed to strengthen the comprehensive primary care workforce through training, mentorship, and coaching. These projects aimed to expand interprofessional teams, enhance primary care practices, and develop curricula to improve the delivery of comprehensive care. Cultural barriers are significant […]

  • Innovating Patient Care in Montreal: Clinique Indigo’s interdisciplinary leap forward

    The Workplace Integrated Demonstration Projects (WID), launched by the Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine, were grant initiatives designed to strengthen the comprehensive primary care workforce through training, mentorship, and coaching. These projects aimed to expand interprofessional teams, enhance primary care practices, and develop curricula to improve the delivery of comprehensive care. Nestled in the vibrant […]

  • Primary Care Summit brings together primary care leaders in Canada

    The Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine holds a two-day summit, gathering health care experts to enhance primary care training Ottawa, ON – February 22, 2024 – Today, the Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine (FAFM) of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) kicks off the first day of the two-day Team Primary Care (TPC) […]

  • Congratulations to Dr. Francine Lemire on her appointment to the Order of Canada

    The Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine (FAFM) and the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) are delighted to congratulate Dr. Francine Lemire, the FAFM’s former Executive Director and CEO, on her recent appointment to the Order of Canada. The Order of Canada, one of Canada’s highest civilian honours, is a prestigious award that honours […]

  • Federal Funding to Transform Primary Care Training in Canada

    The Team Primary Care initiative will transform the training of current and future generations of primary care practitioners, enhancing their ability to work in interprofessional teams. MISSISSAUGA — June 8, 2023 — Today, the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Health, on behalf of the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion, […]

  • Co-RIG Blog – Dr. Dee Mangin

    Extended Primary Care During COVID: Care Models and Pathways for COVID and non COVID Illness

  • Co-RIG Blog – Dr. Catherine Hudon

    Improving Our Response to the Unmet Health Needs of People with Complex Health Needs: A partnership between family medicine groups and the community

  • Co-RIG Blog – Dr. Peter Tanuseputro

    Reporting and improving on physician prescribing rates for end-of-life symptom control in long-term Care