Annual Scientific Assembly—the ACFP’s Flagship CPD Event!
ACFP’s ASA: Education for Family Docs by Family Docs!
Thank You for Attending the 62nd ASA! Complete Your Evaluations!
Thank you for attending the 62nd ASA! We hope you have had a great CPD experience, reconnecting with old friends and colleagues and taking away relevant learning pearls to apply in your practices.
Make sure you mark your calendar for next year!
63rd Annual Scientific Assembly | March 2-4, 2018 | Rimrock Resort Hotel, Banff, AB
Fill Out Your Evaluation for a Chance to WIN!
If you have not yet completed your session evaluations please do so by using the links below. Your feedback is invaluable to our staff and ASA Planning Committee when planning future ASAs. With each daily evaluation you fill out, your name will be entered in a draw for a chance to win one of 10 prizes: $250 Visa card (one available); $100 Visa card (two available); and a $25 gourmet coffee card (seven available).
This Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Alberta Chapter for up to 12.50 Mainpro+ credits.
Please note that Direct Credit Entry is no longer available.
Certificates of Attendance will be issued by email following the ASA. Please allow a few weeks for processing. Remember to check your email Junk folder to ensure the message was not delivered to that folder. Report your credits earned through the CFPC’s online reporting portal, as per the sessions you attended at the ASA. Credit allotment is 1 credit per 1 hour of learning, to a maximum of 12.5 credits.
Note: Group Learning Level 2 (2 credits per hour Group Learning) and Ancillary Session credits are separate from ASA credits. Certificates of Attendance for those programs are distributed by the provider. Also expect to receive a link to 62nd ASA presentations and handouts from those speakers who have agreed to share their materials.
Earn additional credits
If you would like to earn additional credits, complete a Linking Learning to Practice activity. Visit http://www.cfpc.ca/Linking_Learning_exercises/ for more details.