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The CFPC seeks to build research-readiness and quality improvement (QI) initiatives in family medicine

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Research organizations

North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG)

Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN)

Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR)

Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR)

American Academy of Family Physicians

Family Medicine Digital Resource Library

CFPC Library Services

Research articles

The ecology of medical care: Bull N Y Acad Med. 1996 Summer; 73(1): 187–212.

Nurturing curiosity and making an impact: Francine Lemire, Canadian Family Physician. January 2014; 60(1) : 96.

Do we really need family medicine research?: Walter Rosser, Canadian Family Physician. September 2004; 50(9): 1189-1191.

Research in family medicine: Tom Bailey MD, CCFP, FCFP, Canadian Family Physician. July 2007; 53(7): 1249.

Family medicine research capacity building: Walter Rosser, Marshall Godwin and Rachelle Seguin, Canadian Family Physician. March 2010; 56 (3): e94-e100.

Family medicine in 2018: Keith D. Ogle et al., Canadian Family Physician. April 2010; 56(4): 313-315.

Cutting the vagus nerve: Savithiri Ratnapalan, Canadian Family Physician. May 2008; 54(5): 748.

Reasons to Research: Elaine Desnoyers, Christopher Sikora and Miriam Lacasse, Canadian Family Physician. January 2007; 53(1): 106-107.


The Section of Researchers’ (SOR’s) Blueprint for Family Medicine Research Success 2.0 (2018-2023)

The CFPC Section of Researchers’ Blueprint for Family Medicine Research Success 2012 - 2017

The Seven Wonders of Family Medicine Research 

Canadian Family Medicine Submission to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research: regarding The Multi-Stakeholder Taskforce on Clinical Research (MUST) Report from the Chairs of the Departments of Family Medicine of Canada and the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC)

Annals of Family Medicine

Posters and Presentations

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Building A National Community of Practice in Primary Health Care Research

Preparation for Research Education/Excitement/Enhancement/Engagement in Practice (PREEP) Action Group

Key Messages to Support Family Medicine Research

The 10 Most Notable Family Medicine Research Studies in Canada: a Retrospective


Kaléidoscope, The Section of Researchers’ e-Newsletter

National Research System (NaREs)

National Physician Survey (NPS)


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