All CPD Credits

Each College, Royal College and CFPC, has a framework of all the CPD credits available to Canadian specialists and family physicians, respectively. Most CPD credits in the frameworks are self-learning credits.

In these frameworks, the terms Accredited and Certified refer to program credits which are obtained through an application to a CPD provider, such as UBC CPD. Everything else can be self-claimed (ie. no application required):

For specialists: Royal College framework all MOC credits

For family physicians: CFPC framework all Mainpro+ credits

Examples of self-learning credits

PLP and LLP

The Personal Learning Project (PLP) and Linking Learning to Practice (LLP) credits consist of a specific type of self-learning exercise designed around a research question and a semi-structured exercise, which can be completed within the Colleges' LMS portals. For step-by-step instructions on how to claim this type of self-learning credits click the following links:

For specialists: MOC Section 2 Personal Learning Project (PLP)

For family physicians: Mainpro+ Linking Learning to Practice

Credits for teaching

For specialists: MOC Section 2 Personal Learning Project (PLP) (same as above)

For family physicians: Mainpro+ Linking Learning to Teaching

Credits for residents

For specialist residents: Up to 75 credits earned during residentcy can be transferred into first five-year MOC cycle. Must first become an resident affiliate of the Royal College: http://www.royalcollege.ca/rcsite/membership/benefits/benefits-for-resident-affiliates-e

For family physician residents: Up to 40 Certified Mainpro+ credits earned and reported during residency cycle will be automatically carried forward to first active Mainpro+ cycle https://www.cfpc.ca/en/education-professional-development/mainpro/mainpro-for-resident-members

 

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