Partner Opportunities For Family Doctors
- The Primary Care Clinician Educational Series by the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto is designed to provide primary care clinicians with the knowledge and skills to lead quality improvement work in their practice. The new 1-credit per hour Self-Learning program is certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 6 Mainpro+ credits.
- Ontario Health is seeking expressions of interest for the position of Regional Primary Care Clinical Lead. This role will be instrumental in shaping regional primary care delivery systems and implementing regional initiatives aligned to provincial priorities. Expressions of interest should be submitted via email to PrimaryCareProgram@ontariohealth.ca by midnight on February 10, 2024. If you have questions about the role, submit them to PrimaryCareProgram@ontariohealth.ca by January 29, 2024.
- Take part in a five-minute, anonymous, bilingual survey developed by the Infant and Early Mental Health Promotion at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), which will inform the development of infant and early mental health resources.
- Participate in the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care’s (CTFPHC) annual evaluation, which looks to measure the impact and uptake of guidelines and tools and to identify new opportunities.
- Participate in an anonymous 10-minute survey conducted by Schulich medical students and Dr. Jane Thornton (MD, PhD, CCFP) investigating how family physicians in Canada identify and treat Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (REDs) to help guide future medical education.
- Apply for SRPC’s National Advanced Skills and Training Program for Rural Practice. Rural physicians will be reimbursed up to $35,000, including a $1000 per day stipend, $1000 per day for a locum, $250 per day for a preceptor, in addition to travel and accommodation for advanced training in emergency medicine, obstetrics, anesthesia, specialized courses in ultrasound or airway management. The funding is intended to provide flexibility to identify a training plan based on the needs of your community. You decide what your patients need, and you identify a preceptor or course to meet these needs. More information.