Small Group Learning
About the program
Join us for a series of small group learning sessions where family physicians are encouraged to celebrate successes and explore the challenges they experience practicing family medicine. Sign up for a group.
How does small group learning work?
Participants will engage in an open discussion where they are invited to share the difficulties they are facing in their practice, in areas related to mental health, substance use disorders and chronic pain. These will be closed groups, with a maximum of ten participants and will be co-facilitated by two Peer Guides who will lead the discussion. Groups will run for one year a meet once every four to six weeks for 1.5 hours.
- Explore approaches that relate to the issues you experience when caring for people with mental health, substance use disorders and/or chronic pain.
- Gain strategies to find joy in your work amidst the challenges you face in the healthcare system.
- Consider ways to bring ease to supporting patients in the areas where you face difficulties.
Join a small group
The following four groups are being offered. Please only sign up for one group based on your schedule and interests. By registering for one of the groups below, you commit to attending and participating in group discussions. The first 6-8 dates have been scheduled by Peer Guides. The remaining dates will be scheduled between group members later in the year.
The deadline to register for a small group is Friday, April 12, 2024.
To confirm your attendance, a calendar invitation will be sent no later than Friday, April 19, 2024.
This 3-credit-per-hour program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 36 Mainpro+Ⓡcredits.
Questions? Contact us.
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Become a Peer Learner
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Meet our Peer Guides
Learn more about your Peer Guides and the experience and expertise they bring to your learning.