The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) has adopted the Triple C Curriculum — a competency-based curriculum that is based on the principles of:
- Comprehensive Care
- Continuity of education and patient care, and
- Centred in Family Medicine
Residents may enter the postgraduate program with differing degrees of competency in different areas. Through the ongoing structured assessment and self-reflection of the UBC Learning Cycle, residents will build on these competencies.
By the end of the two-year training program, residents are expected to be competent in providing care:
- across the lifecycle (eg. maternity care, children and adolescents, adults, elderly, palliative and end-of life care),
- across the spectrum of clinical responsibilities (including prevention),
- in a variety of care settings,
- to a broad base, and
- using a range of procedural skills.
Visit the CFPC website for more information on the Triple C Curriculum.