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Family Medicine Residents

NEW Leadership Opportunities: Ways to Get Involved with the OCFP   

We share the values that brought you to family medicine – your commitment to your patients and their families across communities. Lend your skills and talents for the benefit of family medicine in Ontario. There are a number of ways to support your peers and get involved.

We are currently recruiting PGY1 representatives for two exciting opportunities.  

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Transition to Practice Guide: Supporting your move to independent practice

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There's a lot to consider when you're going from being a resident to independent practice – from decisions on where to apply and how to find opportunities, to ensuring you are addressing the necessary educational, regulatory and business requirements. 

The OCFP Residents Committee has developed these resources to support you at this crucial time of your career.

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Family Medicine Summit - Knowledge for the Now 

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Thank you for attending FMS 2021. Watch for details of FMS 2022 coming soon!

Save the date FMS 2022: January 28 and 29, 2022!


OCFP Residents Committee 

The OCFP’s Residents Committee includes representatives from the province’s six medical schools, as elected by fellow residents. The committee promotes OCFP offerings with residents and also informs the organization’s work.



OCFP Funds for Residents and Medical Students

The OCFP makes funding available for selected special initiatives and events by family medicine residents and medical students at each of the six medical schools across the province.  


The OCFP Awards celebrate excellence in family medicine, recognizing the efforts of family physicians at all career stages, working across all settings.