FMF and the Annual Family Medicine Research Day
Family Medicine Forum (FMF) is the premiere family medicine meeting in Canada. The Section of Researchers (SOR) hosts an annual Family Medicine Research Day just before the FMF.
Research Day and FMF are superb opportunities for researchers from across Canada and beyond to present their research, share ideas, meet old friends and make new ones, and celebrate the achievements of members of the Section of Researchers. Both events showcase our most notable research and recognize our top researchers.
10th Annual Family Medicine Research Day 2014
Get into the minds of creative giants from Cirque du Soleil and the National Circus School
Join us as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Research Day!
We promise a unique and exciting presentation from Bernard Petiot, Cirque du Soleil’s Vice-President, Casting and Performance, and Patrice Aubertin, Director of Research and Teacher Training Program, National Circus School, and SSHRC Industrial Research Chair for Colleges in Circus Arts. Together they will deliver the opening plenary, “Getting into the minds of creative giants”.
The Research Day Plenary begins at 8:30 a.m. Seating is limited. Register in advance to avoid disappointment!
We will also offer high quality presentations and posters, and provide an opportunity for participants to learn from others who are passionate about research. For more information, consult the Scientific Program.
Family Medicine Forum-Research Sessions
FMF and Research Day 2013: Engaging clinicians and researchers
Research Day 2013 included many traditions but also branched out into new and exciting activities designed to engage primary health care clinicians and family physicians not currently involved in research.