Dr. Carrie Ching, University of British Columbia, and Dr. Jennifer Loo, University of Toronto Research Day, FMF 2014 Québec City
Supported by the Research and Education Foundation of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and by AMS and Scotiabank
Two awards will be presented to recognize family medicine residents (R1 or R2) for excellent research carried out and completed prior to June 1, 2015.
The recipient of each award will deliver a presentation during CFPC Research Day, held in conjunction with Family Medicine Forum (FMF) 2015 in Toronto, November 12-14. The awards will be presented during the Section of Researchers’ Annual Dinner.
The chairs and research directors of each family medicine residency program will identify the most outstanding research project from their program in 2015. Details will be sent to the research directors in order for them to complete this process.
Nominations must be submitted online. The deadline is June 12, 2015.
The CFPC Section of Researchers will recommend the recipients of these awards to the national Honours & Awards Committee. The recipients and Research Directors will be notified of results in August 2015.