Leadership and Management Development Program

The FPSC Leadership and Management Development Program is a foundational program grounded in core concepts that are central to building or enhancing leadership and management capacity. The program complements other supports as a foundational learning resource for those involved in, or aspiring to, a leadership role within the primary care redesign.


The next LMDP cohort runs:

November 22, 2024
to May 24, 2025
in Vancouver

Application Deadline: Sept 9, 2024

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"Every module was unique and special and gave me so much to think about. I was excited before each one and felt even more inspired at the end of each module. I’m ready to apply my newfound knowledge as I make my next career steps.” 

The program is open to physicians who are already in a leadership role within their division of family practice or are planning to be in a leadership role in the near future. 

The FPSC LMDP gives participants the tools to build common skills and language in initiatives related to primary care redesign. It provides opportunities for stakeholders from around the province to build relationships, learn together, support each other, solve problems and ultimately, through face‐to‐face action learning activities, set the foundation for new and innovative ideas to enhance primary care.

Cohort 15 will be delivered face-to-face at the SFU Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue in downtown Vancouver. Applicants are committing to the 10 full days as outlined in the brochure. Program participants can expect up to 1.5 hours of reading or video viewing prior to each module (prep time dependent on face-to-face versus remote delivery).

“One of the most important highlights of this program is not only the teaching, but the teaching about humanity and humility. This is the area of my character I experienced the greatest amount of growth. For that I am truly grateful.” 

For more information, contact divisions@doctorsofbc.ca.

"To say this course has been life changing seems like an understatement. I am incredibly grateful to have had the opportunity to learn and grow with my cohort. I look forward to every opportunity I get to use the skills that I have learned."