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Physician Wellness

Some divisions undertake programs to ensure that the member physicians experience greater professional satisfaction by participating in a division. These programs can include social events, professional development, and educational opportunities.


  • CME events engage members and non-members in local community

    Providing physicians with professional development and educational opportunities is important for local Divisions of Family Practice throughout British Columbia. For some divisions, an effective avenue for addressing those needs locally is through continuing medical education (CME) opportunities. >


  • GPSC Visioning Steering Committee Meeting Summary

    This summary presents key items discussed by the GPSC Visioning Steering Committee (VSC) at the ​July 10 meeting, to inform local divisions of family practice and family physicians about the process. Click here to see all the summaries. >

  • Take the Lead

    There’s a right time to lead change. And, that time is now, and it starts with the Leadership and Management Development Program at Simon Fraser University’s Beedie School of Business. The program is open to physicians who are already in a leadership role within their Division of Family Practice or are planning to be in a leadership role in the near future. >

  • GPSC monthly meeting summary

    Key decision/discussion points from the Ju​ly GPSC meeting>

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