The Osteoarthritis Tool Is Now Avaialble

The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC), the Arthritis Alliance of Canada (AAC), and the Centre for Effective Practice (CEP) have joined forces to develop the Osteoarthritis (OA) Tool to … Read More

CFPC Self Learning Opioid Resource for All Members

The CFPC is pleased to announce the release of Focus on: Opioids, a special issue of the Self LearningTM Program available free online for all CFPC members at the Self Learning website. The … Read More

Draft: Opioid Use Disorder – Diagnosis and Management in Primary Care

…from the Guidelines and Protocols Advisory Committee (now open for external review until December 18th, 2017) You are invited to review the draft BC Guideline Opioid Use Disorder – Diagnosis and … Read More

Pathology Report Survey – Family Practice Oncology Network

…from the Family Practice Oncology Network To help patients get the information they need in simple, easy to understand language, the BC Cancer Agency (BCCA) is working on producing a … Read More

Opioids – Self Learning special issue now available

We are pleased to announce the release of Focus on: Opioids, a special issue of the Self LearningTM Program available free online for all CFPC members at the Self Learning … Read More

BC College of Family Physicians 2016/17 Annual Report now available

If you didn’t have the chance to attend our AGM on the weekend, you can read all about the BCCFP’s activities and accomplishments for 2016/17 in our newly published annual … Read More

College of Family Physicians of Canada’s 2016/2017 Annual Report now available

We are pleased to provide you with the College of Family Physicians of Canada’s (CFPC’s) 2016–2017 Annual Report. It reflects some of our major accomplishments from the past fiscal year … Read More

Stream FMF Live from Anywhere

Elevate your conference experience with FMF Live! Stay up to date from home and earn up to 12 Mainpro+® certified Group Learning credits through FMF Live! We are streaming six … Read More

Have you registered for Walk With the Docs 2017?

Join us in making history towards a global movement in accessible, quality primary care for all! To register visit: www.cfpc.ca/walk2017 After 12 years of the Walk for the Docs of … Read More

CFPC Family Medicine Professional Profile – Draft for Feedback

Please take a look at this CFPC Family Medicine Professional Profile draft describing the unique role of family physicians across Canada.  For any feedback please email toby.kirshin@bccfp.bc.ca