Calgary Curriculum Information
TRIPLE C CURRICULUM: Structure
The CanMEDS-FM framework provides a way of organizing curriculum information and competencies to ensure patient care is improved while postgraduate training program needs are met during FM postgraduate education. This framework is adapted from JR Frank’s work with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, 'The CanMEDS competency framework. Better standards. Better physicians. Better Care.', and provides the basis for the design and accreditation of FM residency programs.
The College of Family Physicians of Canada 2009 Curriculum Review document explains how the four principles of Family Medicine complement the seven roles or expected competencies of the Canadian Family Physician:
- Family Medicine Expert
- Health Advocate
This framework will be seen as you read through the University of Calgary FM curriculum documents.
CURRICULUM DELIVERY: Schedule
All Programs are 2 years in length, and are organized into 13 blocks per year. Learning experiences within each block provide you with opportunities to acquire our Family Medicine competencies and Entrustable Professional Activities (see FM Calgary - Entrustable Professional Activities). Additional information on rotation definitions and requirements can be found HERE.
UPCOMING CURRICULUM (2020-2021)
Information will be provided at CARMs interviews. 2020/2021 Curriculum information will follow, currently under constuction.
CURRENT CURRICULUM (2018)
This Curriculum is relevant to those Residents joining the Program in 2017 or later.
The following is an EXAMPLE 2 year Program for a single Resident (all Residents in our Program will complete each rotation, but in different sequences).
Links in this table will take you to rotation information.
FM URBAN 1
|Call/After Hours||IM||After Hours||OBS LRO||Pysch||Psych||Pall Call||Peds
||ELECT||CARE OF THE ELDERLY||ELECT or CCU/ICU||HOSP||RURAL||RURAL|
|Call/After Hours||Peds EM||Elderly||Urgent Care||Adult EM||Hospi-talist||Adult EM||LR
|Rural Call||Rural Call|
DOMAINS OF CARE