formerly known as the Research and Education Foundation. Moving forward, the FAFM will continue to make strides in the advancement of excellence in education, research, and innovation in family medicine through philanthropy.
With the financial support of Associated Medical Services, we are able to offer the Patient’s Medical Home 60/20 Caring and Compassion Grant to support health care providers and/or an interdisciplinary team in undertaking a project aimed at optimizing caring and compassion, which are central to the vision of the Patient’s Medical Home.
Three grants worth $4,000 each are available.
For additional details and to apply online, please go to: www.cfpc.ca/ProjectAssets/Templates/Series.aspx?id=7513&langType=4105.
Through a collaboration between the Michaëlle Jean Foundation and the FAFM, we are able to offer the Power of the Arts Family Medicine Fellowship to support individuals or teams who are engaged in research related to the inclusion of arts in family practice, at the individual or community level, as a means to foster social inclusion, recovery, health, and well-being.
Up to $20,000 will be available for the recipient(s) to carry out the project identified in their application.
For additional details and to apply online, please go to:
The deadline to apply for these opportunities is February 1, 2017.
Please visit the Honours and Awards website at www.cfpc.ca/awards for the full lineup of grants, awards, and scholarships.
For more information, please contact:
Honours and Awards Coordinator
905-629-0900 ext. 385
1-800-387-6197 ext. 385
Francine Lemire, MD CM, CCFP, FCFP, CAE
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, CFPC and FAFM
Catherine Cervin, MD, CCFP, FCFP
Jeanette Boyd, MD, CCFP
Chair, Honours and Awards Committee