Honours and Awards

Awards and Grant Information

SCFP Research Grant

This award was established to stimulate research and scholarship in Saskatchewan. This funding supports members in active practice to carry out research activities related to meeting the changing needs of their patients and communities within Saskatchewan.

Please see the guidelines for more information.


National Awards Program

The College of Family Physicians of Canada has many different awards and honours available to celebrate the achievements and outstanding work of members by offering funding for scholarships and grants and by promoting their successes.

The Honours and Awards Program offers grants, scholarships and awards to recognize, and support family physicians, family medicine residents, and medical students committed to education, research, and excellence in the practice of family medicine.

Visit the CFPC website to see what is available.


The Saskatchewan Family Physician of the Year Award

If you know of an outstanding family physician please nominate them for the Saskatchewan Family Physician of the Year Award. We know that there are some outstanding family doctors in this province and each year we have an opportunity to recognize one of them.


Nominee's Name (required)

CFPC Membership #

Years of joining CFPC

Year of Certification

Year of Fellowship (if applicable

Practice Profile

Activities in Medical Organizations

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Education Profile (university and postgraduate)

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Nomination Letter

Each year, the Saskatchewan College of Family Physicians confers this award upon a member deemed to exemplify the ideals of family medicine. The award is adjudicated on the basis of the individual’s contribution through medicine generally, family medicine in particular, community through government, social, church or other activities as well as participation in the College of Family Physicians of Canada or the Saskatchewan College.

To qualify for nomination, a physician must have been in family practice for at least 15 years and a MEMBER of the College of Family Physicians of Canada for at least 10 years.

The recipient will be the Saskatchewan Chapter’s nominee for the Reg. L. Perkin, Canadian Family Physician of the Year Award as one of the ten Family Physicians honoured by the CFPC in 2016.

Or upload your Nomination Letter

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Deadline: March 31st


Download the application form

The Awards of Excellence

We are also accepting nominations for the CFPC Awards of Excellence. Do you know someone who has done something particularly innovative or exceptional in the last 1 or 2 years? Saskatchewan has the opportunity to select up to 2 individuals to be recognized for their activities in the Province or around the World.


Nominee's Name (required)

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Is the nominee aware of this nomination? (required)
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Nomination Letter

The Awards of Excellence recognize CFPC members who in the past 12-24 months have made an outstanding contribution in a specific area pertaining to one or more of the following areas: patient care, community service; hospital or health care institutions; College activities (National or Chapter); teaching research or other elements of the academic discipline of family medicine.

Examples Include:

  • Charitable or humanitarian work
  • Outstanding teaching
  • Excellence in clinical practice
  • Innovative research program
  • Leadership during community outbreak of infectious disease
  • Establishment of training program in family violence
  • Innovations in developing a new program to address a health care need
  • Leadership role in a hospital or regional health care program

Recipients of the Awards of Excellence will be recognized by their Chapters at the Annual Scientific Assembly/Annual General Meeting and/or other Chapter events.

The recipients will also be recognized during Family Medicine Forum.

Nomination Process:

Nominations are invited from CFPC members and the public and must be submitted to the Chapter office of the nominee.

Or upload your Nomination Letter

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Deadline: March 31st


Download the application form

Dr. Michael Krochak Award

Finally, we are accepting nominations for the Michael Krochak Award. This is a Saskatchewan Chapter award which recognizes individuals (physician or non-physician) or groups that have made a significant contribution to family medicine in Saskatchewan over the years.


Nominee's Name (required)

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Is the nominee aware of this nomination? (required)
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Nomination Letter

This award is intended to recognize an individual, group or organization that has made a significant contribution to family medicine in Saskatchewan. This contribution may have occurred through clinical, research, educational, or administrative activities. The award is open to college members and non-members. It will recognize contribution made within the province or nationally.

Nominations will be accepted from Saskatchewan College of Family Physicians members. The recipient will then be selected by the Awards Committee.

The recipient will be recognized at the Chapter’s Annual Banquet held in conjunction with the Annual Scientific Assembly. The award will consist of complimentary banquet tickets for the individual and guest or designated recipient accepting the award.

Nomination Process:
Nominations are invited from CFPC members and the public and must be submitted to the Chapter office of the nominee. Nominations should include a brief introduction to the nominee, and why they are being nominated.

Or upload your Nomination Letter

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Deadline: March 31st


Download the application form

FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENTS (YEAR II) – STUDY GRANT AWARD

The Saskatchewan College of Family Physicians will provide a Study Grant Award
to two (2) Family Medicine Residents – Year II, to attend the College of Family Physicians of Canada, Family Medicine Forum 2019 in Vancouver. The Awards are for up to $1,700.00 each and recipients are chosen by random draw.

Download the application form

PMH STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST

The Saskatchewan chapter of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (SCFP) is excited to promote the CFPC vision of future family practice in Canada, the Patient’s Medical Home (PMH). “In this vision, every family practice across Canada offers the medical care that Canadians want – seamless care that is centred on the individual patients’ needs, within their community, throughout every stage of life, and integrated with other health services.” CFPC

We would like to hear from you, the physicians of tomorrow. Write a 750-word essay on one of ten of the Patient’s Medical Home pillars. Provide evidence for the pillar’s success in primary care, and how it might be applied to Saskatchewan primary healthcare.

The winner will be sponsored to travel to Family Medicine Forum in Vancouver, October 30th to November 2nd. All undergraduate medical students from the University of Saskatchewan are eligible. You must submit your essay by August 31st, 2019, to the following email [email protected]. By entering the essay contest, you are providing consent for written materials to be used in promotion and education of the public.

Please refer to the following for more details on the Patient’s Medical Home initiative: