National CME Award

Dr Greg Dubord (CBT Canada) & Dr Jamie Meuser (CPD Director, CFPC)

"A provider of exceptional learning experiences" 

CBT Canada won the College of Family Physicians of Canada CPD Program Award for 2013. This major CFPC award recognizes the best CME providers in the country (details and video). 

25 Testimonials

  1. Highly relevant to family physicians for both physical & mental problems... state-of-the-art techniques... superbly presented.  —Donald Butt, MD, FCFP, President, College of Family Physicians of Canada
  2. I wish I’d had this training at the start of my medical practice—it would have saved me much headache & heartache. This series of workshops should be a mainstay for all those in family medicine… The presentation style & content are exceptional. I was so impressed with the training that I wished time would stand still.  —Harry Vedelago, MD, FCFP, ABAM, Chief of Addiction Medicine, Homewood Health Centre
  3. Very valuable workshops... I now have a much larger pool of techniques to use when dealing with difficult patients & situations.  —Marilyn Raizen, MD, FRCPC, Pediatric Emergentologist, Health Sciences Centre, University of Manitoba
  4. Pithy pearls... my work in the clinic would have been way easier if I'd had this training back in medical school.  —Johanna Murphy, MD, FRCPC, Director, General Internal Medicine Fellowship, Queen's University School of Medicine
  5. Terrific workshop... "spot on" relevant... engaging & enthusiastic... high impact professionally & personally... I will definitely be back for more.  —Madeleine Montpetit, MD, FCFP, Physician Lead, Faculty Development, Department of Family Medicine, University of Ottawa
  6. Powerfully useful tools for patient care—and for self-care.  —Michael Malus, MD, FCFP, Chief, Department of Family Medicine, Jewish General Hospital, McGill University
  7. A great workshop.... simple, practical & relevant... and humorous & really entertaining!  —Linda Reid, MD, FCFP, Lead Faculty, Behavioural Medicine, UBC Family Practice Residency Program
  8. A fun yet focused presentation—I learned something about teaching... and truly useful on a day to day basis, both for self-care & patient care.  —Anne Woods, MDiv, MD, FCFP, Director, Division of Palliative Care, McMaster University
  9. Well above average… an overall excellent workshop.   —Thomas M. Bailey, MD, FCFP, President, College of Family Physician of Canada
  10. A very enjoyable workshop, and highly impactful.  —Shusmita Dhar, MD, ABIM, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School
  11. Very enjoyable and certainly useful.   —David W. Tannenbaum, MD, FCFP, Chairman, Department of Family Medicine, University of Toronto
  12. Practical tools for busy office practices... well organized & highly entertaining. Every family physician should be exposed to this training.  —Pierre Larouche, MD, CCFP, Professeur titulaire, Université de Montréal
  13. A great course to learn CBT and apply it to your practice immediately.  —Joyce Tsang-Cheng, MD, FCFP, Acting Director, UBC Student Health Services
  14. Excellent, practical & up-to-date info... very enjoyable & fun.  —Steve Kraus, MD, CCFP(EM), President, Northwest Territories Medical Association
  15. Family medicine oriented... very useful & accessible.   —Thomas R. Freeman, MD, FCFP, Chairman, Department of Family Medicine, Western University (UWO)      
  16. A very worthwhile exercise.  —Bruce Wright, MD, FCFP, Regional Associate Dean, Vancouver Island, UBC Faculty of Medicine    
  17. Very helpful... an excellent course which I would highly recommend to others.  —Jane Philpott, MD, CCFP, Chief, Department of Family Medicine, Markham Stouffville Hospital (Canadian Minister of Health, 2015-17)
  18. A great workshop! Definitely fun, and surprisingly relevant to my work as a gastroenterologist.  —Shane Devlin, MD, FRCPC, Inflammatory Bowel Disease Group, University of Calgary
  19. I felt totally engaged and challenged.  Short, sweet, to the point.   —Dietmar Raudzus, MD, FCFP, Chairman, St. Paul's Hospital CME Conference for Primary Care Physicians
  20. We're pleased and proud... a marvellous program.  —Jamie Meuser, MD, FCFP, Director of CPD/CME, College of Family Physicians of Canada
  21. Very useful… and easy to understand with a good relaxed style.  —David Cree, MD, CCFP, President, General Practice Psychotherapy Association
  22. Techniques that are applicable to EVERY area of medicine… should be a mandatory part of medical training.  —Angie Hong, MD, FCFP, Dipl ABOM, Bariatric Medicine, North York General Hospital
  23. One of the best training setups I've ever seen in hundreds of educational experiences over the past 50 years.  —John Crosby, MD, FRCPC, Medical Post columnist
  24. Puts my workshops to shame.  —Kirk Lyon, MD, FCFP, Mentorship Taskforce Chair and Former Residency Director, Department of Family & Community Medicine, University of Toronto
  25. Excellent... practical & entertaining.  —Cameron Ross, MD, FCFP, Lead Faculty, Evidence Based Medicine, UBC Family Practice Residency Program
  26. Very well-presented & enjoyable, and surprisingly applicable to my work as a vascular surgeon.  —Gerry MacKean, MD, FRCPC, Chief of Surgery, Halifax Infirmary, Dalhousie University
  27. Ranks in the top 5% of the CME I’ve taken over the years.  —Barbara Stubbs, MD, FCFP, Director, Professional Development Program, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto   
  28. If I’d had medical CBT training back in medical school, I would have spent less time feeling helpless/hopeless—as would my patients.  —Claudette Chase, MD, FCFP, President, Ontario College of Family Physicians

Province-by-province feedback

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Medical school workshops during the past year have included the University of Toronto (May 11, 2017), Western (Sep 15, 2017), Dalhousie (Nov 17, 2017), McGill (Nov 28, 2017), and McMaster (Dec 1-2, 2017). For a brief summary of the feedback, please click here.

CBT Canada Refund Policy

You may transfer 100% of your tuition to another workshop (free)
or receive a full refund (minus a $100 processing fee)