FMF Award Acceptance Speech

A couple of very good friends in Vancouver somehow convinced the Canadian College of Family Physicians and Canadian Geriatrics Society to give me an award for innovation in geriatrics. I don’t deserve it. Here is my acceptance speech at the Family Medicine Forum in Montréal on November 10, 2017.

About John Sloan

John Sloan is a senior academic physician in the Department of Family Practice at the University of British Columbia, and has spent most of his 40 years' practice caring for the frail elderly in Vancouver. He is the author of "A Bitter Pill: How the Medical System is Failing the Elderly", published in 2009 by Greystone Books. His innovative primary care practice for the frail elderly has been adopted by Vancouver Coastal Health and is expanding. Dr. Sloan lectures throughout North America on care of the elderly.
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One Response to FMF Award Acceptance Speech

  1. Margaret Mccoy says:

    *Congratulations to you! However I must disagree with you. You most definitely deserve this award and I thank you for all of your caring kindness with the elderly. Your ideas and actions have caused a positive sea change in geriatric care, one that certainly helps the elderly now and a change that will benefit many of us in the not so distant future! * *Warmest Regards,* *Margaret McCoy *

    On 24 November 2017 at 11:24, Sunshiners: Frail Old People Living At Home wrote:

    > John Sloan posted: “A couple of very good friends in Vancouver somehow > convinced the Canadian College of Family Physicians and Canadian Geriatrics > Society to give me an award for innovation in geriatrics. I don’t deserve > it. Here is my acceptance speech at the Family Medicin” >

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