Published Reports

These reports and  policy papers have been published by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC).  Can’t find a document? Some older documents are not listed online, but may be kept on file. Contact us.



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Family medicine in Canada: vision for the future.

Canada is facing a crisis. Timely access to health care services is getting progressively worse for Canadians. The single biggest reason for this is a severe shortage of health professionals. High on the list of those in short supply are family doctors. More than 4 million Canadians cannot find family physicians.

2004

CFPC Policy Paper

Health Care Delivery

Family medicine maternity care: implications for the future.

 This paper is intended to inform The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC), its members and other key stakeholders about the current state of family medicine maternity care across the country – in practice and in education / training.

2009

CFPC Policy Paper,

Education Document/Report

Maternity & Newborn Care

Family physicians and other specialists: Working and learning together. Conjoint Discussion Paper.

The CFPC and The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) addressed the issues surrounding the relationships between family physicians and other specialists in a two day Colloquium, with the goal of improving working and learning relationships to enhance patient care, and patient and physician satisfaction.

2006

CFPC Policy Paper

Interprofessional Relations

Family physicians caring for hospital inpatients. Discussion Paper.

This discussion paper has been written for family doctors, health professionals with whom they work, hospital administrators and managers, medical school leaders, the patients whom family doctors serve, and other public audiences interested in the value and importance of family doctors working in various health care environments.

2003

CFPC Policy Paper

Hospitalists,

Health Care Delivery

Federal responsibilities in provincial health care spending. Briefing Note.

Since the 2007 Federal Budget, there have been two major changes made to the Canada Health Transfer. This briefing note will summarise how these changes will affect the allocation and the growth rate of the transfer, and the fiscal impact it will have on provinces.

2013

CFPC Policy Paper

Fundamentals of fetal health surveillance: a self-learning manual.

Canadian Perinatal Programs Coalition or British Columbia Perinatal Health Program Fundamentals of fetal health surveillance. This is a two (2) day workshop is designed for those who would like to teach Intrapartum Fetal Health Surveillance in their facility or region.

2008

Endorsed Practice Resource

Maternity & Newborn Care

Getting it right at 18 months: In support of an enhanced well-baby visit

The CFPC endorses the Canadian Paediatric Society Position Statement, Getting it right at 18 months: In support of an enhanced well-baby visit.

2011

Endorsed Practice Resource

Global strategy on infant and young child feeding.

 WHO and UNICEF jointly developed the Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding to revitalize world attention to the impact that feeding practices have on the nutritional status, growth and development, health, and thus the very survival of infants and young children.

2003

Endorsed Practice Resource

Child & Adolescent Health Care,

Maternity & Newborn Care

Greig Health Record

The Greig Health Record is an evidence-based health promotion guide for clinicians caring for children and adolescents aged six to seventeen (6-17) years. It is meant to provide a template for periodic health visits that is easy to use and is easily adaptable for electronic medical records. Checklist templates include sections for weight, height and body mass index; psychosocial history and development; nutrition; education and advice; specific concerns; examination; ang assessment, immunization, and medications.

2010

Endorsed Practice Resource

Child & Adolescent Health Care,

Periodic Health Examination,

Preventive Care

Greig Health Record for Young Adults

The Greig Health Record for Young Adults is an evidence-based health promotion is an evidence-based health promotion guide for clinicians caring for young adults aged 18 to 24 years. The College of Family Physicians of Canada endorses the Greig Health Record for Young Adults.

2018

Endorsed Practice Resource

Child & Adolescent Health Care

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