Collaborative Mentorship Network for Chronic Pain and Addiction

The Collaborative Mentorship Network for Chronic Pain and Addiction (CMN) connects family physicians and multidisciplinary team members with colleagues who have experience and expertise treating pain and addiction. It provides an infrastructure to establish a trusted mentoring relationship in a community of practice.

Whether it be by exchanging knowledge in forums and discussion boards, or by deepening understanding at education workshops and events, family physicians and primary care team members can build long term mentoring relationships tailored to their needs.

Please note this is not a referral service.

Collaborative Mentorship Network Secures New Funding & Broadens Scope

The Alberta College of Family Physicians (ACFP) is pleased to announce it has been awarded a $1.9 million funding contribution from Health Canada’s Substance Use and Addictions Program (SUAP)… Read more.

“I have recognized addiction and chronic pain as being a significant part of my practice since starting medicine…” Read more.

Harm Reduction Philosophy

The CMN approaches substance use disorder with a harm reduction philosophy, recognizing the inherent value of human beings and the importance of an inclusive community that can support people who use substances with compassion.  Learn more about the CMN Harm Reduction Philosophy.