The CPL Network program focuses on creating a network of clinical prevention leaders (CPLs) across Canada who will:
CPLs should expect to dedicate a minimum of 1 hour per month to dissemination activities.
CPLs will receive a comprehensive training program and ongoing scientific support throughout the program and beyond. The CPL program consists of:
Practicing primary care practitioner or allied health professional
Minimum of 5 years practice in a primary care setting
Demonstrated experience delivering educational outreach sessions (i.e., delivery of presentations/seminars aimed to increase knowledge and skills in a particular area)
Demonstrated experience in engaging and generating interest amongst health care professionals
Understanding of the Task Force and approach to evidence-based guidelines
No significant conflicts of interest (e.g., strong ties or affiliations with industry)
Ability and willingness to commit to the full CPL term
CPLs should expect to dedicate a minimum of 15 hours over the course of 17 months to this role.
Recruitment for the Clinical Prevention Leader (CPL) network has ended for this cohort.
Complete the application form here
You will be asked to provide a copy of your updated CV and one letter of recommendation with your application.
For more information on the CPL project, please contact Danielle Kasperavicius, Research Manager, at Danielle.Kasperavicius@unityhealth.to with the subject line ‘CPL Network’.