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The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) engages members and subject matter experts to develop program and practice resources and tools to support family physicians.

The CFPC’s Programs and Practice Support (PPS) department evaluates and updates these resources to ensure their relevancy to family physicians and patients.

Contact PPS for more information or to share or collaborate on resources.
 

Practice tools and guidelines to help family physicians


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Abortion Resources for

Family Physicians

The CFPC provides the following links to resources for family physicians who want to provide or refer their patients for abortion care.

 


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Cannabis Resources for

Family Physicians

Before cannabis use was legalized, little research had been conducted on its therapeutic use, safety, or efficacy. The CFPC has curated posters, guidelines, and tool kits for primary care providers.


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Choosing Wisely and Prevention

Through Primary Care

A multimedia tool kit that equips health care providers with videos, printable posters, and infographics for their clinics.

 

 


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Chronic Non-Cancer Pain

Management and Opioid Resources

Led by the Member Interest Groups Section (MIGS), and in collaboration with provincial Chapters and partners, the CFPC provides chronic non-cancer pain management and opioid resources that include CPD programs and relevant resources for family practitioners.


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Lyme Disease Tool

The CFPC and the Centre for Effective Practice (CEP) have joined forces to develop the Lyme Disease Tool.



 


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Member Interest Groups Section (MIGS)

MIGS connects CFPC members across Canada who have similar practice interests to foster professional peer connections and to explore/address issues that affect family medicine.

 

 


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The Future is Now: AI in Family Medicine

Join us for this six-part webinar series on how artificial intelligence (AI) will affect the work of Canada’s family doctors.


 
 
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