Research Request Submission
Connecting to Something Bigger
Strengthening Research in Family Medicine
We aim to support family medicine research in Alberta by:
- encouraging our members interest in conducting research
- promoting their expertise and skills as researchers
- communicating how they can contribute as sentinel practices to projects that are well grounded in family medicine, such as CPCSSN, TARRANT flu watch, etc.
We believe all our members, regardless of their research skill, have the ability and responsibility to meaningfully contribute to family medicine and primary care research projects being conducted in their practice community.
Family Medicine and Primary Care Research
If your research quest is relevant to primary care and family physicians, then we are happy to assist. Please refer to the expectations when completing your form. If you require additional support please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once your request has been submitted, it will go through an approval process before being posted on the ACFP Website. Please note that any reference in this website to any person, or organization, or activities, products, or services related to such person or organization, or any linkages from this web site to the web site of another party, do not constitute or imply the endorsement, recommendation, or favoring of the ACFP.
Submit Research Posting Request Form
CFPC members who have obtained specialized skills in research, and the investment they make to share their expertise, experience and time to lead research projects that create the evidence that forms the foundation of family medicine.
Learn about what your colleagues are doing. Participate in research projects that are well-grounded in family practice and primary care. Contribute to practice-based research networks (PBRNs).
The ACFP collects and shares information on research projects that are well-grounded in, and relevant to, family medicine and primary care, and works to highlight the value of research conducted ‘with’ family physicians’ practice within their communities.