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.
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 Clara Narcisse-Merveille, Research Coordinator, at Clara.Narcisse-Merveille@unityhealth.to with the subject line ‘CPL Network’.