The Centre for Effective Practice (CEP) and the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) have entered into an exciting multi-year alliance partnership to collaborate on the development and implementation of practice support programs, tools and resources aimed at assisting family physicians and other primary care clinicians in their everyday practice.
This partnership is an innovative new opportunity for knowledge exchange that will facilitate the development and delivery of impactful, high quality and relevant practice support tools and programs for family physicians across Canada. Some examples of projects underway include the adaptation and customization of the
Ontario Poverty Tool (created in partnership with the OCFP and the NPAO) for each province, an e-learning module on obesity prevention and management, and a clinical toolkit on osteoarthritis management. The partnership draws on the distinct strengths of each organization and opens up additional collaboration opportunities.