Your input needed to inform CIHR priorities – deadline June 28

If you would like a say on the future direction of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), including funding priorities and organization, it’s important to complete one or more … Read More

New! Who’s Who in the Professional Lives of BC’s Family Physicians

Our new infographic, Who’s Who in the Professional Lives of Family Doctors, highlights the unique role of the BCCFP as it relates to some of the organizations that touch on … Read More

Viral hepatitis testing guideline now available for external review

The Viral Hepatitis Testing guideline is available for External Review until July 15th, 2019. This is a revision of the Viral Hepatitis Testing guideline in collaboration with the BC Centre … Read More

A special BC Family Doctor Day message from Dr. Jeanette Boyd

On BC Family Doctor Day, I wish to extend to you, my inspiring family medicine colleagues, my heartfelt gratitude for the incredible work you do, day in and day out, on behalf … Read More

In the News: Recognizing BC Family Doctor Day

A big thank you to Mable Elmore, MLA for Vancouver-Kensington, for recognizing BC Family Doctor Day and celebrating the work of BC family physicians with a Member Statement in today’s … Read More

Celebrate the work of BC’s 6,000+ family doctors on BC Family Doctor Day

Family doctors specialize in providing lifelong care for BC patients and families. Join us in recognizing and celebrating the important work of more than 6,000 family doctors who practise in … Read More

CFPC notice about Mainpro+ reporting deadline

June 30 is the end date for all annual credit reporting cycles and for five-year cycles reaching completion in a given year. Please log in to your Mainpro+® account to … Read More

Plans underway for BC Family Doctor Day

BC’s second Family Doctor Day is set for May 19. During the week of May 13, we will be recognizing and celebrating the work of more than 6,000 family physicians … Read More

Register now for Treating Poverty Workshop

Although it’s easy to make the connection between poverty and poor health, it can be difficult to recognize patients who struggle to make ends meet. Set for June 1, the … Read More

CFPC Innovation in Primary Care series: The Integration of Pharmacists into Professional Teams

The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) has partnered with the Canadian Pharmacists Association to produce the latest issue in its Innovation in Primary Care series:  The Integration of … Read More