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CPD Advisory Committee

Providing quality continuing education and best practice resources

The ACFP Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Advisory Committee is engaged and responsive to emerging trends in the development and delivery of CPD opportunities for family physicians in Alberta. The Committee provides support to the College’s CPD initiatives that promote the role family physicians play in delivering the highest quality care to patients and their communities across Alberta. The committee operates in an advisory capacity by providing recommendations to the Executive Director and ACFP Board.

Other responsibilities of the committee are:

  • To review regular updates on the CFPC’s Mainpro+ certification and credit reporting platforms, and to provide advice for the advancement of adherence to CFPC certification requirements to ensure family physicians, and educational programming developed for family physicians, meet the CFPC’s high standards for medical education and training.
  • To advocate and encourage research that will inform the discipline of family medicine and strengthen family medicine education.

The three operational committees which fall under the CPD Advisory Committee are the Family Medicine Summit (Summit) Planning Committee, PEIP Planning Committee and the Virtual Education Committee.

Become a Committee Member

We are recruiting for the following positions:

  • 1 Member-at-Large position for a three-year term

How to Apply

Email your application to Please include a letter of interest (250 words max) and a summary of your experience or a copy of your CV.


Committee Members

Dr. Janet Craig (Chair), Edmonton
Dr. Donna Mumert (Board Rep), Beaverlodge
Dr. Mobina Chaudhry, Fort McMurray
Dr. Helen Cuddihy, Edmonton
Dr. Islam Elawadly, Swan Hills
Dr. Chris Le, Edmonton
Dr. Tania Lemay, Calgary
Dr. Carolyn Nowry, Calgary
Dr. Noelle O’Riordan, Castor