Dr. Avik Nath
Avik Nath, MD, CCFP(EM), MPH, FCFP
Nominee for 2022–2025 Director-at-Large
Following the Nominating Committee’s thorough application and interview process, the Board of Directors would like to put forward Dr. Avik Nath of Ottawa, Ontario, as a nominee for the available CFPC Board position based on his:
- Perspective as a Certificate of Added Competence (CAC) holder in Emergency Medicine and as Chair of the Emergency Medicine Program Directors
- Awareness of the current work on the Outcomes of Training Project and focus on education, as well as knowledge of the Patient’s Medical Home vision
- Thoughtful reflection about many aspects of family medicine and the CFPC
- Strong ethical reasoning skills and respectful approach to teamwork
- Leadership experience including governance and financial acumen
- Self-identifies as a member of a racialized community (born in Africa);
- CAC holder with a focused practice
Nominee Q&AHow will you resonate with members from across our country and at all stages of practice?
“As a visible minority and mid-career practicing physician, I have the necessary clinical experience to relate to real-world issues facing members. I work within a multi-disciplinary team and experience the same pressures our colleagues do. I have contact with leaders across the country in my role as National Residency Director Chair that allows a broad understanding of issues.”
What will you bring to the CFPC Board of Directors?
“I hope to bring passion, advocacy, and a different perspective as a CAC holder with focused practice. I also hope to contribute substantively to the CFPC's focus on equality, diversity, and inclusion principles as a visible minority. I hope to bring a representative and national view to discussions, but also support the vision of the CFPC and be an ambassador for the College.”
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Conflict of interest:
Dr. Nath’s declaration of any potential, perceived, or real conflicts of interest, if elected as a CFPC Board Director, and the proposed mitigation strategy:
“I have no conflicts of interest to declare.”