Winners for 2019:

  • Dr. Kirsten Kukula, Fredericton, NB (Dalhousie University)
  • No Applications received from Université de Sherbrooke

Deadline for applications is March 18, 2022.

Submit an Application



    Telephone number:

    Membership #:

    Name of the residency university:
    Dalhousie UniversityUniversité de Sherbrooke

    Indicate the year of your program:

    Each year, a grant of up to $2000 is available for the Family Medicine Interest Groups (FMIGs) of Dalhousie Université and l’Université de Sherbrooke so they can plan an activity to raise awareness among medical students on the career opportunities and the roles and responsibilities of family physicians.

    Examples of activities can be found on the website of our national office, click here.

    For your FMIG to receive this grant, please complete the form below.

      Dalhousie UniversityUniversité de Sherbrooke

      Your name/Votre nom

      Your Email/Votre courriel

      Date of your activity/Date de votre activité

      Location and address of your activity/Location et adresse de votre activité

      What kind of activity have you planned?/Quelle sorte d'activité vous avez planifié?

      Please provide us with your invitation and we will post it on our website and social medias.

      Please have your providers invoice us directly: NBCFP - 950 Picot Avenue, Bathurst (NB) E2A 4Z9. We will pay them directly upon receiving their invoice. If the FMIG is purchasing items/food/etc related to the activity, please send us the receipts for reimbursement.

      We'd like to have a presence at your activity and have our Chair of First Five Years of Practice in Family Medicine join you. He/she will be able to bring you information on our College and provide you with an opportunity to become a member at no charge. Do you accept this?

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      The New Brunswick College of Family Physicians wants to make going to the doctor’s office a comfortable experience for children.

      We are pleased to provide a $300 grant to the selected clinic(s) in New Brunswick each year to help facilitate this. During this Clinic, children are familiarized with medical tests and procedures regularly performed during a visit to the family doctor. Children bring their favourite teddy bear and practice these tests/procedures on their little patient.

      Application and selection:
      The selected groups will be chosen at random. The Teddy Bear Clinic must then be held in the next 12 months, and no retroactive requests will be accepted. We also ask that short report of the Teddy Bear Clinic is sent to the College thereafter.

      Application deadline is March 18, 2022.

      Submit an Application

        Name of the Medical Clinic/Office (required)

        Contact Person (required)

        Email Address (required)

        Telephone Number (required)

        Medical Clinic/office address (required)

        # of Physicians working at the Medical Clinic/Office (required)

        In order to qualify for this fund, there must be at least 1 physician working in your clinic/office that is a member of our College. Indicate the name of the physician member (required)

        Has a date been set for the Teddy Bear Clinic?

        If yes, indicate:
        Date of the Teddy Bear Clinic

        Will the Teddy Bear Clinic be held at your medical clinic/office?

        If no, please provide the address and name of the location where it will be held:

        Please attach any publicity you have prepared (acceptable formats: .doc, .docx, .pdf, .jpg)

        The College would like to promote your event on our website, social media and our newsletter. Do you provide us with authorization? (required)