Good practices

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Good practices help physicians navigate today’s challenges

The CMPA helps physicians at all stages of their careers navigate the challenges that exist in today’s practice settings in a safe and equitable way. Our educational resources include:

  • Topics that address real-life challenges
  • Guidance on how to handle complex situations
  • Point-of-care tools, such as checklists, to help put the guidance into practice

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Professionalism and ethics

Integrating professional duties, societal expectations and personal wellbeing


More content coming soon!

We are developing even more information related to other areas of practice. Once new content has been added, CMPA members will receive a notice in the CMPA’s monthly eBulletin.

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Communicating effectively with patients to optimize their care


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Leveraging the power of collaboration to foster safe care

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Building safer systems to enhance clinical care delivery


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CMPA Good Practices Guide (GPG)

A CMPA website filled with useful medical-legal resources.


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Podcasts

Expert CMPA physician advisors discuss a variety of topics affecting Canadian physicians and their practice. Learn more

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eLearning

CMPA’s collection of accredited self-guided eLearning activities. Learn more

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Faculty resources

Teaching resources mapped to CanMEDS roles through hundreds of data-driven articles affecting you and your practice. Learn more