What role does the Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine play within the College of Family Physicians of Canada?
The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) has played an important role in family medicine in Canada since it began in 1954. To better serve the future of family medicine, the Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine (FAFM; formerly known as the Research and Education Foundation) was established in 1994. The Foundation is dedicated to advancing the discipline of family medicine through research and education initiatives. Contributions to the FAFM continue to fund numerous awards, grants, and scholarships, as well as initiatives to support the training and continuing professional development of medical students, family medicine residents, and family physicians.
The FAFM advances excellence in research, education, and service in family medicine through philanthropy and is proud to support the family doctors of today and tomorrow.
Best care for all—leading in family medicine through philanthropy.
Advancing excellence in research, education, and service in family medicine through philanthropy.