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Welcome to the ACFP Webinars

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues with no real pause in sight, the ACFP is proud to offer a variety of online learning options.

Check-In and Check-Up Virtual Webinar Series

The ACFP has created a Webinar series to provide continuing medical education and professional development opportunities for its members. This series is made possible by a Grant for Chapter-led CPD related to COVID-19 by the College of Family Physicians of Canada.

Upcoming Webinars

Virtual Doctors’ Lounge

This event is for family physicians and driven by physician engagement. Please submit your questions or themes ideas through the button below. 7 PM Tuesday, December 8 | Theme TBD

  • Speakers – Drs. Sudha Koppula, Kiran Dhillon, and Adam Vyse.
  • Dr. Vyse will kick off this session with updates regarding COVID-19 followed by topics/themes chosen by you! Submit your suggestions here.

Register for December VDL

The Virtual Doctors’ Lounge is a safe place for you to network, voice your frustrations, and share your silver linings with your colleagues from across the province. At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:

  • Compare changes colleagues have made to their clinics since the COVID-19 pandemic, including scheduling, use of PPE and virtual care appointments
  • Build relationships through interaction with other physicians across the province of Alberta
  • Relate mental health and wellness issues affecting patients and physicians in Alberta
  • Apply strategies for maintaining a positive perspective in challenging times

Past Check-In and Check-up Webinars

Session Resources

Nov 19 | Interrupting Racism in Your Family Practice


CPD & CME Opportunities

For a full list of upcoming events, click the image below for our CPD Calendar of Events.

Ad-hoc Virtual Education Scientific Planning Committee

The ad-hoc Virtual Education Scientific Planning Committee was struck to ensure that all perspectives are considered in the planning process by providing professional guidance, knowledge, and discernment.

  • Janet Craig, Edmonton
  • Kiran Dhillon, Spruce Grove
  • Nadine Letwin, Edmonton
  • Cathy Scrimshaw, Pincher Creek