College of Family Physicians of Canada
Continuing Professional Development Program Award
Physicians trained in medical CBT report better patient outcomes, less stress, and higher job satisfaction (see). Take your three core modules in whatever sequence you desire. You'll learn to provide much better psychological care within your standard-length appointments. And you'll earn "triple strength" Mainpro+ credits from the College of Family Physicians of Canada—wherever you choose to travel.
Many physician leaders have been trained by CBT Canada over the past twenty years. Alumni include CFPC presidents (both national & provincial), department chairs, residency training program directors—and even a few doctors who are comfortable using drills & saws. For a compilation of testimonials, click here.
Recent medical school workshops include UCalgary (Feb 16, 2018), UofT (May 10, 2018), Queen's (May 11, 2018), Dal (May 18, 2018), MUN (May 26-27, 2018), UBC (Jun 15-16 & Sep 14-15, 2018), McGill (Nov 27, 2018), & Mac (Dec 7-8, 2018). For a brief feedback summary, please click here.
The CMPA now refers to physician well-being as "the missing quality of care indicator", because it so powerfully predicts patient outcomes. Given that 30% of Canadian physicians are "highly burned out" and 34% are depressed (CMA, October 2018) we strongly encourage you to consider one of our vacation CME destinations. Physician, recharge yourself!
August 30, 2016. Today CBT Canada became the first organization to be certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada to offer "triple strength" (3:1) credits in the new Mainpro+ system. In his assessment of our workshops, an accreditation reviewer wrote, "Two words: superlative & exemplary".
Three-credits-per-hour CME saves you an extraordinary amount of time & money over even ostensibly "free" 1:1 CME. See the five-year benefit calculations.
CBT Canada was federally incorporated 20 years ago, on April 2, 1996. We're the same age as Indigo, MSNBC, Pokémon, and WestJet—and a year older than Google. Back then Jean Chrétien & Bill Clinton were in office, the first DVD players were released in Japan, and Dolly the Sheep was cloned. Celine Dion's Because You Loved Me topped the Billboard charts, and The English Patient won the Academy Award.
CBT Canada is pleased to announce ten (10) university collaborations, including the medical schools of Dalhousie University, McGill University, McMaster University, Memorial University, Queen's University, University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, University of Calgary, University of Toronto, and Western University.
You may transfer 100% of your tuition to another workshop (free)
or receive a full refund (minus a $100 processing fee)*