May 2022 Newsletter

    • Chair's Message - #LifeWithoutADoctor
      With a provincial election looming on June 2, 2022, the Ontario College of Family Physicians launched a public advocacy campaign at the beginning of May to highlight that every Ontarian deserves a Family Doctor. The campaign has gained a lot of traction provincially, as well as nation-wide.

    • Undergraduate Report
      Meds2022 will be graduating on June 3, 2022. The Class of 2022 will be hooded at Convocation on June 3, 0900-1200 hrs. Check out the live stream if you are unable to attend.

    • Postgraduate Report
      For residents completing the program in June 2022, keep in mind the requirements for completion of residency. To ensure there are no delays in receiving your family medicine certificate or CPSO license, please keep your one45 assessments, academic credits, field notes, and procedures up to date. 

    • Graduate Report
      Recruiting for the 2022-23 academic year has concluded and applications have been reviewed for both programs.  We have extended offers of admission to three PhD applicants and three MClSc applicants.  We continue to encourage you to promote the Graduate Programs to your residents and colleagues in your interactions with them.

    • Research Report
      Congratulations to Principal Investigators Drs. Bridget Ryan, Jennifer Johnson, and Jane Thornton on their recent grant funding success! 

    • (TUTOR-PHC) 2022 Virtual Symposium
      TUTOR-PHC held its annual Symposium from April 25 to April 28, 2022. This is the 19th year of the TUTOR-PHC program – the only interdisciplinary primary health care research training program in Canada.