National Pharmacare Petition Online

A petition organized by two BC family medicine residents now has more than 12,000 signatures in support of an advocacy campaign asking federal Health Minister Jane Philpott to establish a … Read More

Thanks for your planning input!

Thanks to the more than 500 members who answered our recent survey. The data collected will inform the development of our strategic plan. The Board will be meeting in May … Read More

Report card on health care in BC

With the provincial election less than a month away, the BCCFP is working with the CFPC to create a provincial report card designed to inform both members and voters by … Read More

Help us to showcase family medicine

BCCFP is seeking members willing to be photographed at work to assist us with our ongoing communications and promotions. We want to make sure that our website, our publications and … Read More

Tips for using Mainpro+

If you are unsure about navigating the Mainpro+ system, check out our top five tips. We will also have a one-on-one help centre available on site at our June Family … Read More

Nominations open for two new awards

Nominations for two brand new BCCFP awards are due on May 8. The First Five Years of Practice Award will recognize an exceptional family physician in the early stage of … Read More

First five years webinars

If you are a family physician in your first five years of practice, look for a new series of BCCFP webinars. Set to begin in June, the first webinar will … Read More

Meet BCCFP Director Dr. Rupi Brar

Dr. Rupi Brar works with the Portland Health Society in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, providing primary care to a population with complex addictions and mental health conditions.  Certified in Addictions Medicine, … Read More

PRIME enewsletter September 2016

This special Patient’s Medical Home issue includes information about BC practices and highlights the PMH resources provided by CFPC. Read More

PRIME enewsletter June 2016

This special Patient’s Medical Home issue includes information about BC practices and highlights the PMH resources provided by CFPC. Read More