exercise-based learning (online option)

Intended for:

practicing Canadian family physicians

Accreditation: Each completed exercise is accredited for 2.0 MainPro-C, with a bonus 2.0 MainPro-M1

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Format: Linking Learning to Practice submission form helps participants identify a question, and then guides them through a series of critical inquiry and practice reflection exercises to answering the question.

Based on:

Equipment used: computer/tablet/mobile phone

This resource is available at no additional cost to CFPC members. Exercises may be submitted online.

Topics covered:

The questions that form the foundation of Linking Learning to Practice can be derived from both clinical and non-clinical activities such as:

  • office practice
  • hospital work
  • emergency medicine
  • psychotherapy
  • sports medicine
  • occupational health
  • medical/hospital administration
  • research
  • teaching
  • acting as an examiner
  • insurance advisor
  • committee work

Learning objectives:

By answering questions through information appraisal and integration, rather than information acquisition, these exercises encourage practitioners to engage in critical inquiry and self-reflection, and transform day-to-day activities as learning opportunities

Procedural skills learned:

Affiliated with:
College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC)