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The (em)Power of Pathways

Better Care for Patients: Learning from Jocelan Yeomans, Individual with Lived Experience By the age of 23, Jocelan Yeomans found herself married with three children. With a difficult childhood behind her, she felt overwhelmed and ill equipped at this stage of her life. Things took a turn when a friend introduced her to crack cocaine,…

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A ParksRx for Wellness – For Patients, and Yourself

By Clark Svrcek, MD, CCFP, P.Eng., M.Eng. I have a disclosure to make, and this may or may not surprise you: I’m a nature nut.  I love being outdoors.  I tire of doctoring inside and in front of a screen for these past 90 – I mean, 9 – months.  I watch my kids explore…

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Pricing Doc App – 2020 Updates Available

The ACFP along with the PEER team are pleased to announce the Pricing Doc App has been updated with 2020 pricing. The Pricing Doc (also known as Price Comparison of Commonly Prescribed Pharmaceuticals in Alberta) has moved online and is maintained monthly through a joint collaboration with the PEER Team, the Alberta College of Family…

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ACFP Webinars: 2020: Crisis & Opportunity for Physicians – Dr. John Van Aerde

Check out our Check In Check-Up Virtual Webinar Series The ACFP has created a Webinar series to provide continuing medical education and professional development opportunities for its members. Stay tuned on Upcoming Webinars by visiting our Webinars page. Next Webinar: 7 PM Tuesday, June 2 – 2020: Crisis & Opportunity for Physicians – Part 1 The…

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Hey, there’s an app for that! The Pricing Doc Web App is Live.

The ACFP is pleased to launch the Website app for the annual Price Comparison of Commonly Prescribed Pharmaceuticals in Alberta. Commonly known as the Pricing Doc, the document is a quick reference guide on medication pricing in Alberta. The Pricing Doc App has been designed to replicate the look and feel of the beloved guide,…

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Helpful Tools for Family Docs

By: Islam Elawadly, MD, CCFP In this technology driven world, there are numerous resources available to assist in your practice, to help teach your patients about their health, and to further your own education. Below are some of my favorite resources: Clinical Tools Cardiovascular AspirinGuide – http://www.aspiringuide.com/ (Web/iOS/Android) – A tool to help decide on…

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Primary Health Care and the Opioid Crisis – 2019 Updates

The start of this year has already seen many milestones regarding the Primary Health Care Opioid Response Initiative (PHC ORI). The partners on this grant-funded project: The Alberta College of Family Physicians (ACFP), Alberta Medical Association (AMA), Alberta Health Services (AHS), Patients Experience Evidence Research (PEER), and Primary Care Networks, together with Alberta Health have…

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ACFP Presents CPD Day

We’re bringing some of OCFP’s (Ontario College of Family Physicians) most popular programs to the West. REGISTER NOW for ACFP’s CPD Day! Choose one of three full-day, 3-credits-per-hour, Mainpro+ certified opportunities below: Mood Disorders: Comprehensive and Realistic Strategies for Primary Care Providers ($750 CAD) This Group Learning program has been certified by the College of…

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New – 2019 Pricing Document Released!

In Canada, annual prescription medication costs over $33 billion and are only second to overall hospital expenditures in health care spending.1 These costs largely reflect the treatment of chronic medical conditions predominantly cared for by family physicians,2 including heart disease and lipid management, hypertension, diabetes and depression.3 The ACFP is pleased to share with you…

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Practical Workshop: Identifying and Treating Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care

The Collaborative Mentorship Networks for Chronic Pain and Addiction is travelling across the province to offer family physicians and their teams a fantastic learning opportunity.  After this free 3-hour workshop, you can immediately apply the following in your practice (with confidence): identify patients with, or at risk of, Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) engage in a…

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Best Advice Guide – Advanced and Meaningful Use of EMRs

The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) and Canada Health Infoway have partnered to offer family physicians practical guidance about the advanced and meaningful use of electronic medical record (EMR) capabilities in this new guide, since many family practice environments have adopted an EMR system and are increasingly incorporating digital health tools into practice….

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