How GoMainpro Works
GoMainpro is an online Self-Learning tool that facilitates Mainpro+® certification for the ACFP’s Tools for Practice library. GoMainpro is based on a model where the number of credits available is placed in the learner’s hands. A Learner simply reads a Tools for Practice article and completes a reflective exercise to earn credits—it is that simple!
The combination of the College of Family Physicians of Canada’s Direct Entry Program and GoMainpro’s tracking and reporting features provide an easy and convenient way to earn certified Self-Learning credits.
There are two subscription levels to choose from:
- A Level-1 subscription allows to you earn 0.25 certified Self-Learning credits on up to 24 Tools for Practice articles (6.0 credits) within your annual subscription
- A Level-2 subscription allows you to earn 0.25 certified Self-Learning credits on up to 48 articles (12.0 credits) within your annual subscription.
|GoMainpro Level-1 Subscription||6 Credits (Reflection of 24 articles)||$95.00 +GST|
|GoMainpro Level-2 Subscription||12 Credits (Reflection of 48 articles)||$150.00 +GST|
ACFP Members – 50%
The ACFP believes that the Tools for Practice library is a leading, best-practice resource for primary care providers and has supported the development of it since 2009. The ACFP is pleased to offer to its members a 50% discount. When subscribing to GoMainpro, be sure to use your CFPC Member ID and email (associated with the CFPC) and the chapter promo code.
If you do not know your chapter code, email email@example.com for assistance or call the ACFP office at 780-488-2395.
Chapter Partners – 50%
The ACFP has invited chapters to participate in a partnership program to ensure the Tools for Practice library remains current and accessible to physicians and health care providers at no additional cost. When subscribing to GoMainpro, be sure to use your CFPC Member ID and email (associated with the CFPC), and enter your chapter code. If you do not know your chapter code, email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance or call the ACFP office at 780-488-2395.