Important updates to BC Cancer cervix screening affecting primary care

BC Cancer Cervix Screening is implementing significant program updates on December 7, 2020 that have an impact on primary care: New Facilitated Referral Process The program is implementing a facilitated … Read More

Celebrate a colleague with the College Coin or Exceptional Teacher Honour

As the year draws to a close, this is the perfect time to recognize a colleague who has inspired you, supported their community or achieved something amazing this year. It … Read More

Thank you for joining our Medical Student and Resident Conference

On November 14, we hosted our 2020 Medical Student and Resident Conference – entirely virtual for the first time ever. A huge thank you to the 100+ students and residents … Read More

Upcoming Team Up! BCPSQC webinars

The Power of Coaching: Sustaining Team-Based Care Tuesday, November 17, 2020 | 1200 – 1300 PST | Zoom Register now Rolling Up Your Sleeves: Practical Tools for Virtual Team-Based Care … Read More

CFPC releases CanMEDS–Family Medicine Indigenous Health Supplement

The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) is pleased to release the CanMEDS–Family Medicine Indigenous Health Supplement. It outlines Indigenous-specific considerations relevant to all areas of physicians’ professional activity, from … Read More

National Pain Awarenes Week: November 1-7

Next week is National Pain Awareness Week. More than 7 million Canadians live with chronic pain, stemming from underlying health conditions or existing as a condition in and of itself. … Read More

Save the date! 2021 Family Medicine Conference: October 22 & 23

The 2021 Family Medicine Conference will take place over two half-days on Friday, October 22 and Saturday, October 23. Stay tuned for more details about super early bird conference rates. … Read More

Flu shot guidance: billing codes and MSP eligibility

BC Family Doctors has secured two new temporary fee codes that can be billed for influenza and pneumococcal immunizations in adults. Both are effective for dates of service on October 1 … Read More

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