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The Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada represents Canada's 17 faculties of medicine. We are the national voice for academic medicine.
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AFMC 19h
Happy ! Learn the medical french you need using the AFMC's Franco Doc Toolbox:
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AFMC 21h
Press release on : AFMC applauds federal government for investments in young researchers and indigenous students. Read our full statement here:
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CCME Mar 12
If you are attending a business meeting or an event happening at , don't forget to register at the link below:
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CCME Mar 19
Health and wellness activities are also part of . Check out our yoga and running schedules in our final program!
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CCME Mar 18
Check out the full Program, now available
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AFMC Mar 18
The integration of public health concepts in clinical practice is essential to providing high quality healthcare. Did you know the third iteration of the AFMC Primer on Population Health is available online? Consult the virtual textbook:
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AFMC Mar 15
In case you missed it, the Canadian Post-M.D. Education Registry (CAPER) published the 2018 IMG report. Access the full report at
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McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences Mar 14
McMaster University hosted today’s announcement of the fall 2018 CIHR Project Grant recipients. McMaster has 13 research projects receiving a total of $8.45 million in funding. Recipients Hsien Seow and Sharon Kaasalainen spoke about their research at the event. |
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U of M Rady Faculty Mar 15
“The Government of Canada has made health research a priority. I am pleased to announce $10.4-M to research in the health sciences,”MP .
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David Wiercigroch Mar 13
Glad to be representing on the oversight committee. Last year, our opioid task force called for student involvement in response to the opioid crisis and it’s incredible to see that happening. Excited to see this project come to life!
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sarita verma Mar 13
AFMC RESPONSE TO THE OPIOID CRISIS. Inaugural meetings of oversight and undergraduate medicine committees.
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AFMC Mar 14
AFMC addressing the Canadian opioid crisis - The oversight and undergraduate medicine committees met for the past two days @ AFMC.
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AFMC Mar 13
Join us in celebrating the excellence of AFMC awards winners at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education on April 14 in Niagara Falls. . For a list of this year’s awardees, visit: . You haven't registered yet? do it here:
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Ginette Petitpas Taylor Mar 12
We’re the healthiest country in the world! Canada was just ranked number one on the Global Wellness Index – thanks to everything from long life expectancy to high happiness to our major investments in health care.
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AFMC Mar 11
Have questions about admissions, costs, residency or international medical graduates? AFMC's FutureMD Canada has all the answers. Check the online web tool:
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Geny Moineau Mar 8
So thankful to have the opportunity to engage with strong women leaders in medicine. Looking forward to a day when we see parity in and leadership roles in Canada.
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CCME Mar 8
There are some interesting pre workshops available. Check them out in the program on our website:
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Cdn Medical Students Mar 8
Happy International Women’s Day! Today we honour and celebrate women all around the world. This year’s theme is
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AFMC Mar 8
Happy ! Did you know that in 2018, women represented 57% of the undergraduate medical student body? AFMC to publish more data on gender in CDN this year!
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The Star Vancouver Mar 7
More than a year after the organization representing medical school leaders urgently asked provinces to fund more residency positions for graduating medical students in order to curb a growing “crisis,” none of the provinces have done so.
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