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Mentoring Networks

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CMHN Intake Survey

  • Leadership in Primary Care Network - As part of the Collaborative Mentoring Networks, the OCFP is establishing the Leadership in Primary Care Network to help build a structured support system for leadership development and mentorship among family physicians.

Complete the Leadership Mentee Intake Form

  • Early Years in PracticeThe Early Years in Practice (EYP) Network supports family physicians in their first 10 years of practice by helping to address identified challenges for those entering the profession. In particular, the EYP Network is committed to providing practical information and support to physicians in their earlier years of practice that will help them excel in their profession and best serve their patients.

Complete the EYP Intake Form

Complete the PEOLC Mentee Intake Form

Online Communities of Practice seeking new members!

The OCFP's Collaborative Mentoring Networks have launched two online spaces to support Palliative and End-of-Life Care (PEOLCand Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD).

These Communities of Practice are available to physicians - family doctors and specialists - pharmacists and nurse practitioners in Ontario, facilitating access to experts and case-based support in these clinical areas.

Join the PEOLC CoP

Join the MAiD CoP

Or find out more via ocfpmentoring@ocfp.on.ca

  • RMIN - The Rural Medicine Initiative Network is now welcoming Mentees and expressions of interest from prospective Mentors across the province. We are also happy to connect Ontario rural practitioners through our online Community of Practice. Complete the form below if you are interested in becoming a Mentee or email us for information about becoming a Mentor.

Complete the Rural Mentee Intake Form

The OCFP’s Collaborative Mentoring Networks provide tangible support for family physicians and other healthcare professionals to improve their capacity and confidence in managing complex patients and enhancing the delivery of primary care. The networks are funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and there is no fee to participate in the core programs.