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The Rajakumar Movement

The Rajakumar Movement is the Wonca Asia Pacific Working Party for Young and Future Family Doctors which was launched in Hong Kong in 2009.
For further information, visit the movement's website:
 

Waynakay Movement

Our group was born in May 19th on 2010 at the WONCA World Conference in Cancún, Mexico. Today there are 12 Iberoamerican countries participating: Argentina, Brasil, Bolivia, Colombia, Cuba, El Salvador, Panamá, Chile, Venezuela, Ecuador, México, República Dominicana.
The objective is to make Family Medicine stronger in our countries and promote the continuing medical education, exchange, and research between residents and young Family Physicians.
If you want to know more about us go to: www.waynakay.org 
 

The SPICE ROUTE Movement

The SPICE ROUTE Movement is the WONCA South Asia Region working group for new and future doctors who have an interest in Family/General Practice. It aims to promote professional development and excellence in this field by creating opportunities for young and future Family/General Practitioners of South Asia.
Its activities include organising seminars and workshops to promote leadership amongst young FP/GP, supporting national and international exchanges in collaboration with the Hippokrates programme, encouraging joint research projects and publications, and engaging with comparative discussions and studies of education and training facilities in the South Asia region.
The SPICE ROUTE Movement was officially inaugurated at the WONCA South Asia/GPAN (General Practitioners Association of Nepal) conference in Kathmandu, Nepal in December 2010. Following this, the SPICE ROUTE Movement held its first pre-conference in Mumbai, India in December 2011 at the occasion of the WONCA South Asia/FFPAI (Federation of Family Physicians’ Associations of India) conference held in collaboration with the AFPI (Academy of Family Physicians of India). There was active participation from approximately 80 new and future Family/General Practitioners from India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. The second pre-conference will be held on 21st April 2013 in Delhi, India at the occasion of the first Indian National Conference on Family Medicine and Primary Care (FMPC 2013).
 
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First Five Years in Family Practice Canada (ENG version)

Since 2010, the College of Family Physicians of Canada has devoted resources towards addressing the unique needs of family physicians in the early years of practice. Drawing on the experiences of the United Kingdom’s First5 movement, the Canadian group has focused on meeting the practice management, mentorship, and networking needs of members.
With a large online presence through Facebook and the College website, the First Five Years in Family Practice group has initiated a strategy to assist family physicians starting out their careers and setting up a practice in Canada.
 

Les cinq premières années de pratique de la médecine familiale au Canada (FR version)

Depuis 2010, le Collège des médecins de famille du Canada consacre des ressources aux besoins uniques des médecins de famille qui exercent depuis moins de cinq ans. Inspiré par les expériences du mouvement First5 du Royaume-Uni, le groupe a cherché à satisfaire les besoins de ses membres dans les domaines de la gestion de la pratique, du mentorat et du réseautage.
Cultivant une présence dynamique sur le Web par l’entremise de Facebook et du site du Collège, le groupe des médecins de famille dans les cinq premières années de leur pratique a déployé une stratégie visant à aider les médecins de famille à démarrer leur carrière et à établir une pratique au Canada.
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