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|Registration Type||Early Bird Fee
(Until Sept. 7)
(Sept. 8 to Oct. 5)
(Oct. 6 to 13)
|ACFP/CFPC Member Rate*||$425||$475||$525|
|Non-Member Mainpro Physician (NMMP)||$495||$545||$595|
|Allied Health Care Professional (AHC)†||$425||$475||$525|
|Family Medicine Resident**||$275|
|Clinic Webcast (3+ individuals)||$750||$800||$850|
*ACFP Members must have an active membership to obtain the discount.
**Resident must be currently registered in a residency program.
***Student must be currently registered in a post-secondary institute program belonging to the Department of Medicine, Pharmacology, Pharmacy and/or Nursing.
†Allied Health Care professionals include pharmacists, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other PCN members.
Pre-Conference Workshops are not included in the Conference Registration fee and, if selected, will be added to your total.
|Primary Care Transformation||$325|
- Practising Wisely: Reducing Unnecessary Testing and Treatment
Practising Wisely is a suite of new continuing professional development opportunities for primary care providers. Participants will identify opportunities to “practise wisely,” with a focus on reducing over-prescribing, over-imaging, over-screening, and over-monitoring using the latest evidence and tools from diverse sources. This workshop closely aligns with the Choosing Wisely Canada (CWC) campaign to implement good health care stewardship and avoid over-medicalization.
- Primary Care Transformation: How to Tackle Sticky Problems We Were Never Taught to Address
In health care, we all eventually come face to face with problems outside our specific locus of control. These “system” problems in health care pose significant challenges to patients and primary care providers alike. This workshop will explore the Systems Transformation element of the LEADS Framework in health leadership. We will examine what is meant by systems transformation, expose participants to challenges that are rooted in our traditional mindset, and consider new approaches to problems we were never taught to solve.
PEIP Conference 2017 accepts the following payment types:
- American Express
Admission to Conference Events
Full conference badge holders receive admission to all sessions and program meals.
In order to qualify as a student, a registrant must be carrying a full-time academic workload (other than by correspondence) as determined by the post secondary institution in which the student is enrolled. Proof of enrolment may be required.
Cancellation/refund requests must be received in writing, along with the original receipt of payment, on or before October 13, 2017, and will be subject to a $50 processing fee.
No refunds will be considered after October 13, 2017. The Alberta College of Family Physicians reserves the right to cancel or postpone a program due to insufficient registration, or circumstances beyond their control.
If you have any questions about the Practical Evidence for Informed Practice conference, please contact the ACFP at 780-488-2395.