Find out how you can participate in this study assessing patient-centred communication and the role of patient feedback in family medicine residents’ training.

The Canadian Primary Care Information Network – Learner and Patient partnership (CPIN-LEAP) study aims at empowering learners and patients to shape the future of primary care through feedback. CPIN will send a short patient-centred survey to patients following a clinic visit and then collect feedback about their family doctor’s or resident’s communication skills during the visit. The feedback will serve to improve communication skills in future practice.

For more information, contact Dr. Maddie Venables at Maddie.Venables@uottawa.ca.