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RESEARCH SHOWCASE – “The Power of Your Practice”

The ACFP is supportive of those who champion the importance of family medicine and primary care research, and highlights family medicine researchers and research in family medicine throughout the province of Alberta at our Family Medicine Summit – What’s Up Doc? Research Showcase. Power of Your Practice“. Our Research Showcase highlights outstanding research being conducted in primary care and family practice in Alberta and across Canada. The “The Power of Your Practice“ is a unique showcase of primary care and family medicine research dedicating an evening to research in Alberta and Canada. It is highly touted as the research

What’s Up Doc Research Showcase

Our Call for Research Abstracts was once again met with an extremely positive response. We received 51 excellent submissions, making the selection process very competitive. Thank you to everyone who submitted an abstract, and congratulations to the successful submitters!


  • All presenters and co-presenters MUST pre-register before February 22, 2019.  Onsite registration is not permitted.
  • NOTE: Individuals who qualify to attend the 2019 Family Medicine Summit, and are already registered, DO NOT need to register as a Research Participant and pay an additional fee.

Research Showcase (Friday only) $150 (includes afternoon keynote, break, oral research presentation workshops, poster display and welcome reception) Research Participant (Friday & Saturday) $275 (includes Friday afternoon keynote, break, oral research presentation workshops, poster display, welcome reception, Saturday morning keynote, break, and morning research workshop TBA and lunch)


Congratulations again to all who have been selected to present at our Research Showcase!

(to see our full list of our oral presentations, and poster display, click on the links below)