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More CEPD Opportunities

CEPD Online Online Courses

All of Canada's 17 medical schools contribute to course content at, as do their respective CME

departments.  Offering accredited courses on a variety of clinical and non-clinical topics, is a free service

for physicians and other healthcare professionals.  Click here for more information

Course topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Combating Stigma

  • Writing Prescriptions

  • De-Stigmatizing & Mental Illness

  • Melanoma Series

  • Arthritis

  • Opioids

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cMPa Good Practices Guide

The Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) offers educational assets for students and faculty on a number of topics, including: patient safety, teams, communication, managing risk, human factors, adverse events, and professionalism.  The Faculty Resources section helps faculty teach the core content in the student section.

Click here for more information.

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cFPC Clinical Live-Stream Webinars

This live-stream webinar series presents continuing professional development topics that are relevant to family practice.

These one credit-per-hour group learning activities have been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to one Mainpro+ certified credit per live webinar. 

Click here for more information.















Practice-based small group education (PBSG-ED)

Project ECHO Ontario

Project ECHO is a lifelong learning and guided practice model.  Obtain free CME credits, case based learning and more.

All ECHO Programs are free to participate for health care providers in any health care setting in Ontario.

Click here for more information.


Using a case-based format to promote discussion, PBSG-ED is a faculty development activity for preceptors to enhance their educational skills when working with learners.  There are currently 10 accredited modules in this series, available to groups of 5-15 preceptors.  Click here for more information.

Are you interested in facilitating a PBSG-ED session? 
​Contact Sarah
 to discuss arrangements.  

NE-LHIN Academic Detailing Service

Primary Care Academic Detailing

The Centre for Effective Practice (CEP) provides this service for family physicians in the North East LHIN.  Sessions to discuss objective, balanced, evidence-based information can be facilitated on a one-on-one basis or in small groups.

This service is funded by the Government of Ontario and is free of commercial interest.


For more information & how to sign up, click here.

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