Call for ACFP Committee Members – Share Your Passion and Get Involved!
We are looking for volunteers to join various committees to help propel ACFP into its next phase! We need invaluable input, innovation and creative ideas to build and shape the programs and services that we provide to our members. Being involved in a committee is a great way to help develop the ACFP, gain experience in various member service areas, system level discussions and support the organization that supports your professional endeavours.
The ACFP is proud to have engaged and dedicated members helping advance excellence in family medicine in Alberta. With their guidance and expertise, the ACFP is able to deliver relevant initiatives and activities. The College invites you to get involved and is currently looking for members to fill the following vacancies.
- CPD Advisory Committee – 3 Regional Representatives (Central, North, and Edmonton)
- Family Medicine Summit (Summit) Planning Committee – 4 Regional Representatives (Central, South, and Rural)
- Membership Advisory Committee – 3 Regional Representatives (Central, North, South)
- First Five Years in Family Practice Committee – 3 Members-at-Large
- Awards and Recognition Committee – 1 Regional Representative (Rural)
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Continued Professional Development (CPD) Advisory Committee
The CPD Advisory Committee plays an important role in helping the ACFP pursue its vision of being a recognized and respected voice for advancing excellence in family practice in Alberta. Members of this committee serve as a resource to their colleagues and CPD Providers in Alberta—in the CFPC accreditation process, CPD development, and overall CFPC MAINPRO credit system. We are recruiting to the following positions:
- 3 Regional Representatives from the Central, North, and Edmonton areas
Family Medicine Summit (Summit) Planning Committee, formally known as the Annual Scientific Assembly (ASA)
The success of the Summit results from the hard work and commitment of the Summit Planning Committee. Committee members provide professional guidance, knowledge, and discernment when developing a topical, relevant, and inspiring program. We are recruiting for the following regional representative positions:
- Regional Representative from the Central, South, and Rural areas
The Membership Advisory Committee (MAC) serves to ensure the ACFP is meeting the needs of its diverse membership. The committee is responsive to emergent member needs, and will, where necessary, create sub-committees or task forces to identify and meet these needs. This committee reports to the Executive Director with strategies and recommendations, and will work with the ACFP staff to implement these through operational means. We are recruiting to the following positions:
- 3 Regional Representatives from the Central, North, and South areas
The Alberta College of Family Physicians (ACFP) supports new family physicians through the First Five Years of Practice (FFYP) Committee. Consisting of family physician members from various communities throughout Alberta, the FFYFP Committee aims to specifically focus on areas that are important to family physicians in their first five years of practice. We are recruiting to the following positions:
- 3 Member-at-Large positions
The ACFP Awards and Recognition Committee is a standing committee which plays an important role in building awareness for the ACFP, its members, and the significant role the ACFP plays in the advancing family practice in Alberta. The ACFP Awards and Recognition Committee recognizes, celebrates, and supports family physicians, family medicine residents, and medical students in excellence in leadership, education, advocacy, and research. The Committee will help promote the ACFP Awards Program and will play a strong role in scanning viable candidates for national recognition through the College of Family Physicians’ Honours and Awards program. We are recruiting to the following positions:
- 1 Member-at-Large position representing Rural areas
Should you have any questions, please contact the ACFP office by telephone at 780-488-2395 or by email at email@example.com.