Serving Our Membership
ACFP is involved in various initiatives supporting and advocating for family medicine and family physicians that help make Alberta the best place to practice comprehensive medicine in Canada.
In April of 1955, the ACFP hosted its first Sectional Meeting in Red Deer, Alberta. The meeting was later renamed the Annual Scientific Assembly, and in 1959 found a permanent home in Banff, Alberta. Now attracting upwards of 300+ registrants, mainly from Alberta and across Canada, the ASA is recognized as Alberta’s premier conference for family physicians. The program focuses on offering highly relevant and practical clinical topics, with valuable take-away learning pearls.
The College has had a long history collaborating with our universities to ensure students have every opportunity to understand and explore family medicine as a career.
The ACFP is proud to have a dedicated group of member physicians who have a special interest in providing care for the elderly patient with complex needs.
The ACFP is a proud sponsor of Tools for Practice. Tools for Practice are biweekly articles that summarize medical evidence on a clinical question. Led and coordinated by Dr. G. Michael (Mike) Allan, Associate Professor in the University of Alberta Department of Family Medicine.
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GoMainpro is an online learning platform where you can earn certified credits for from its past events (61st Annual Scientific Assembly and Practical Evidence for Informed Practice conferences). Simply read a Tools for Practice article or watch a video and reflect on your learning experience to earn credits—we’ll do the rest. It is that easy!
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Building on the success of the Tools for Practice initiative, the ACFP is pleased to present the Evidence & CPD Mini-Conference Roadshow.
Led by the expert team that brings you Tools for Practice, the Practical Evidence for Informed Practice conference brings together clinical leaders to speak on the latest findings that can affect your practice and how you treat your patients. The multidisciplinary event will focus on relevant, evidence-based, and thought-provoking topics in health care.