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Thank you for your application to the Open Call Workplace Integrated Demonstration Projects Grant (WID). Please be advised that, due to the high number of proposals we received through this program, we have extended the review period. The results of the adjudication process will be communicated during the week of March 27, instead of the week of march 13 as previously planned.
Funded projects will be allowed to extend their projects by two weeks to compensate for the delayed start date.  We thank you for your understanding.

The Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine (FAFM) is launching a grant program, Workplace Integrated Demonstration Projects (WID), that aims to develop the capacity and adaptability of the CPC workforce, as well as sustain the adoption and optimization of interprofessional teams for the delivery of comprehensive primary care.

The WID Grant – Open Call will fund projects to:

  • Enhance interprofessional primary care practices through training, mentorship and coaching.
  • Create new interprofessional primary care teams.
  • Expand an existing primary care practice by adding one or more health professions not represented in the original team, with the goal of delivering comprehensive primary care.

The WID Grant – Invitational Call invites select health practitioner groups involved in the delivery of primary care to:

  • Develop curricula, micro-credentials and/or tools for their members practitioners to enhance the delivery of effective interprofessional practice in comprehensive primary care.

About Team Primary Care

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Team Primary Care brings together 65+ health professional organizations to enhance the capacity of interprofessional comprehensive primary care (CPC) through improved training for practitioners, supports for teams, and tools for planners and employers.

Team Primary Care: Training for Transformation aims to set the foundation for a new mindset to solidify the need for team-based primary care and refresh the necessary training, which will ideally enable the health system reform needed to adopt the broad delivery of CPC. Ultimately, by better preparing the next wave of graduates, Canadians will have better access to equitable care close to home.