The 2019 University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine Conference and Walter Rosser Day
Great Achievements,Golden Opportunities: Celebrating 50 Years
We are pleased to announce that the 2019 University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM) Conference will take place on April 5, 2019, at the Beanfield Centre.
The 2019 Conference also marks the beginning of celebrations for the DFCM's 50th Anniversary year - we invite all faculty members, alumni, residents, students, staff and partners to join in the celebrations at the conference and events throughout the year.
This year's event has over 27 hands-on and informative workshops and over 60 posters and many oral presentations encompassing clinical care, teaching, education, scholarship, research, quality innovation, global health, faculty development, leadership, equity, diversity and more.
Registration for our one-day conference is open to all faculty, residents, undergraduate and graduate students, staff, alumni and local and international friends of the University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine.
Join your colleagues from Toronto, Canada, and from around the world, as we learn about the work we are all doing to advance family medicine.
All attendees and presenters must purchase their tickets through Eventbrite. Please register before March 8, 2019 to reserve your spot.
Registration is now closed.
***Please see below and review the list of workshops as you will be required to select your workshops on Eventbrite to purchase your ticket.
Dr. Risa Freeman
Vice-Chair, Education and Scholarship
The University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine
Dr. Josh Tepper
President and CEO
North York General Hospital
Registration Fee for This Year's Conference
The DFCM Event Committee works hard to ensure that our attendees are treated to a day of knowledge in an environment that is conducive to learning and the sharing of pertinent ideas.
Every year when we plan this event, we value your contributions to DFCM and we take your comments into consideration. We revisit workshops, include new topics and tailor the conference's format from the feedback we have received.
Organizing events of this kind come at a cost for DFCM and these expenses accrue every year. This year, we will be charging a nominal fee to attendees and presenters to ensure the partial recovery of costs incurred for this event.
The registration fees will be structured as follows:
Faculty Members: $50.00 + tax
Alumni: $50.00 + tax
Non-Faculty: $100.00 + tax
Learners (residents and MD students) / Administrative Staff: $20.00 + tax
Registration fees will be used solely to offset the cost of logistics which include catering, conference rooms, and AV.
We encourage you to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any concerns or questions.
Workshops are to be selected at registration on our Eventbrite ticket page. Please ensure that you select the correct workshop on Eventbrite in the morning and the afternoon. Please download the links below to view the workshop descriptions.
|8:00||8:30||Registration and Breakfast|
Welcome and Greetings
Land Acknowledgement and Words of Welcome
Dr. Azadeh Moaveni & Dr. Viola Antao
Cat (Mark) Criger, Aboriginal Elder
|9:00||9:45||Walter Rosser Lecture||Dr. Risa Freeman|
|9:45||10:30||Posters & Refreshments|
|1:00||1:15||Launch of 50th Anniversary||Dr. Michael Kidd|
|1:15||2:15||Earl Dunn Lecture||
Dr. Joshua Tepper
Panel: Drs. Andrew Boozary, Melinda Wu, and Braden O'Neill
DFCM Research Presentations
|Dr. Aisha Lofters & Dr. Rick Glazier|
Onsite parking will be available for attendees.
Please contact us at email@example.com, should you have any questions.
The official hashtag for the conference is #DFCM19.