VDFP Newsflash June 29

Topics include joining the VDFP Board, updates on the Long-Term Care Grant, and more. Read more

Consider joining the VDFP Board – apply by July 7

The Victoria Division of Family Practice is seeking Expressions of Interest for appointment to the Board of Directors for 2023-2024. As per the VDFP Bylaws the Board may appoint up to five additional Directors. Up to two appointments are for family medicine residents and up to three other directors who may or may not be […]

Long-Term Care Grant updated

The FPSC has updated the Long-Term Care Grant to allow a group of two or more family physicians to collectively apply for a single grant of $10,000. This grant will be paid collectively to the group, on the condition that the group of physicians work together to provide MRP care for 5 or more long-term […]

Care Transitions work gets kudos at Quality Forum

Our Care Transitions team (formerly Transitions in Care or TiC) got kudos from the medical community when presenting two storyboards at the recent Quality Forum in Vancouver. View their storyboards Friendly Forms & Rude Reports and Improving Community Follow-up.

Save & explore the VDFP News Hub

Remember to save this website you’re on and the password (victoriadivision) to your browser to have our news at your fingertips! You can also access the News Hub from each Newsflash (teal box at the top), our homepage, and our member-only area. The News Hub provides quick access to all the news items that we […]

Divisions Dispatch June 27

This edition features MOA panel management training, Business Cost Premium registration dates, support for IMGs (International Medical Graduates), and more that will not be duplicated in the Newsflash. Read it here

Intro to Gender Diversity

The South Island Division of Family Practice is hosting this introductory webinar by Trans Care BC and inviting VDFP physicians, clinic managers, MOAs and Division staff to attend. Friday, June 30 from 2:30-4pm on zoom. Read more

CBT4MDs alumni coaching

Please join Drs Lauren Dake and Trish Snozyk to revisit the tools you learned in your CBT Skills course. Friday, June 30th (and last Friday of each month) at 8am on zoom. Read more

Panel management training for MOAs

FPSC is accepting applications for medical office staff to take the Panel Management for Family Practice program through the University of the Fraser Valley. The seven modules run from September 6 to December 13. Read more