Alison Eyre, Director, Postgraduate Program

Alison Eyre MDCM, CCFP, FCFP Director, Postgraduate Education

2016 had us very busy preparing for the November accreditation visit by the College of Family Physicians of Canada. We succeeded! Our Family Medicine residency program has been accredited to the highest order with a progress report and the Enhanced Skills program has been accredited with an internal review. Thank you to our amazing faculty, residents, and staff who continue to improve and support our program.

Top Accomplishments

  • Program Director is first recipient of CFPC’s Jim Ruderman Academic Family Medicine Leadership Award
  • Residency Training Program in Family Medicine Accreditation with progress report
  • Enhanced Skills Residency Training Program in Family Medicine Accreditation with internal review
  • Numerous awards for faculty and residents at 2016 OCFP awards (family practice of the year, resident of the year, regional family physician of the year)
  • Updated rotation objectives and evaluations that align with Triple C competency curriculum


  • 70 graduating PGY2 residents
  • 95% CFPC exam completion
  • 100% RATs completion
  • 5 ACES courses and 3 Academic Days offered at uOSSC, Canada’s largest skills and simulation centre
  • 2 residents participated in Residents as Leaders program
  • PGY3 residents delivered 24 hours of peer teaching to PGY1/2s (at Academic Day, and in obstetrics and emergency ultrasound), 55 hours of undergraduate curriculum teaching and six Continuing Professional Development sessions
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