What are the risks and benefits of opioids for neuropathic pain?
The ACFP Opioid Task Force has developed and released a Recommendations document that focusses on eight system areas that can influence better care for patients with chronic pain, on opioid treatment, with opioid dependency, with opioid use disorder, or those with imminent risk of morbidity or mortality.
Earn up to 70 certified credits with GoMainpro!
Sign up to the new and improved GoMainpro and earn up to 70 certified credits – anytime, anywhere! Earn certified self-learning credits on the Tools for Practice Online program and ACFP’s Video Library!
Share your story about why your family doc rocks!
Help us promote the value of the family physician—in your life and in Alberta.
If you have not yet signed up for GoMainpro, you are missing out on the ACFP’s best kept secret. GoMainpro is an online learning platform… Read more »
The Prevention in Hand (PiH) website has an attractive new interface that is also highly functional and easy to navigate. With generous support from Scotiabank… Read more »
Last month we asked, “Do both certified and non-certified credits quality for the CFPC’s minimum annual credit requirement?” The correct answer is: YES! Both certified and… Read more »
Advancing Excellence in Family Practice
We are a provincial, professional voluntary organization, representing more than 4,800 family physicians in Alberta. Established 60 years ago, the ACFP strives for excellence in family practice through advocacy, continuing professional development, and primary care research.
Contact the President
The ACFP President, Dr. Fred Janke welcomes any feedback or questions. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.