New mental health resources for family physicians and patients

The British Columbia Psychological Association (BCPA) provides valuable new online resources to support mental health. These resources can be shared with your patients, as well as support you in your … Read More

Make an informed voting decision: read our evaluation of the provincial party health care platforms

Ahead of the 2020 provincial election this Saturday, October 24, we have prepared the 2020 Provincial Election Primary Care Report Card to support our members and the public in evaluating the major party … Read More

Conference materials available to members

This year’s Family Medicine Conference (FMC) took place on Friday, October 9, 2020 as a full-day, online event. Thank you to everyone who attended. Materials from the day, including presentation slides, can be … Read More

Today’s AGM: welcoming new Directors

Today’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), held via video conference, updated members on the highlights of the BCCFP’s work in 2019/20 and introduced the BCCFP Directors that will serve you in … Read More

Register for TOMORROW’s Family Medicine Conference

There’s still time to register for the Family Medicine Conference on Friday, October 9! This is our first-ever virtual, full-day event. Read about the full conference lineup, including diverse plenary … Read More

BCCFP President speaks to CBC on flu immunizations

BCCFP President Dr. Jeanette Boyd spoke to CBC Vancouver about the importance of flu shot accessibility this year. She emphasized that most family physicians will be offering safe access to … Read More

New Primary Care Prostate Cancer Guideline

The Primary Care Prostate Cancer Guideline, produced in partnership by BC Cancers’ Family Practice Oncology Network and the BC Guidelines & Protocols Advisory Committee, is now published in two parts … Read More

Rural providers needed for Real Time Virtual Support Pathways Education Program

The Rural Coordination Centre of BC (RCCbc) is seeking rural providers’ insights to guide the development of the Real Time Virtual Support Pathways Education Program. Your perspective will enable RCCbc … Read More

Register for this week’s Family Medicine Conference

There’s still time to register for the Family Medicine Conference on Friday, October 9! This is our first-ever virtual, full-day event. Read about the full conference lineup, including diverse plenary … Read More

Presenting the 2019/2020 BCCFP Annual Report

Ahead of next Friday’s Family Medicine Conference and Annual General Meeting (AGM), we are pleased to provide the 2019/2020 BCCFP Annual Report. This Annual Report reflects our ongoing theme: My … Read More