The membership of the CTFPHC includes a dynamic group of primary care and disease prevention experts from across Canada. This expert panel will consider the latest scientific evidence as the basis for the development of guidelines for prevention in primary care.
CTFPHC members are appointed by the Chief Public Health Officer as well as a representative from the College of Family Physicians of Canada for a term of three years based on established selection criteria. Individuals who are recognized nationally and internationally in their field of expertise, who bring significant experience and knowledge in the area of evidence review methodology and guideline production, application of evidence to decision-making or policy making, critical appraisal of peer-reviewed literature, disease prevention and health promotion and expertise in methodology (e.g., medical decision-making, clinical epidemiology, health economics) are encouraged to apply. Knowledge or clinical experience in primary care would be an asset. Interested candidates are asked to send their resumes to email@example.com.
For further information please contact Dr. Karen Grimsrud, Director Prevention Guidelines Division, Public Health Agency of Canada at firstname.lastname@example.org.