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    • 27-Apr-2023
    • 29-Mar-2024
    • Online

    Diagnosis and Management of Paediatric RSV Infections

    This online CPD module from the Canadian Paediatric Society will enable learners to provide quality, evidence-based care in the diagnosis and management of respiratory syncytial viral (RSV) infections, and to counsel families about best practices for prevention. This 1-credit-per-hour Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 1 Mainpro+® credit.

    SRPC members can register for this module at no cost using the following link:

    Learning Objectives 
    After completing this online learning module, you will be able to:

    1. Describe the epidemiology, pathophysiology and natural history of RSV
    2. Describe the diagnostic process for RSV in infants and children
    3. Describe the management of bronchiolitis and other RSV-associated clinical syndromes
    4. Assess when hospitalization may be appropriate/necessary
    5. Provide family education and support
    • 01-Jun-2023
    • 01-Jul-2024
    • Free - Online self-directed All Year

    Free - Online self-directed Coures. No end or deadline

    Indigenous Canada is a 12-lesson Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) from the Faculty of Native Studies that explores Indigenous histories and contemporary issues in Canada. From an Indigenous perspective, this course explores key issues facing Indigenous peoples today from a historical and critical perspective highlighting national and local Indigenous-settler relations. Topics for the 12 lessons include the fur trade and other exchange relationships, land claims and environmental impacts, legal systems and rights, political conflicts and alliances, Indigenous political activism, and contemporary Indigenous life, art and its expressions.

    More details - Register Online

    Topics Covered

    • The fur trade and other exchange relationships

    • Land claims and environmental impacts

    • Legal systems and rights

    • Political conflicts and alliances

    • Indigenous political activism

    • Contemporary Indigenous life, art and its expressions.

    Course Format

    • Delivery: Online
    • Level: Beginner
    • Commitment: 12 weeks of study, 2—3 hours/week

    This course consists of twelve modules, each with a series of:

    • video lectures
    • a set of course notes and course glossary
    • and required and recommended readings.
    • 07-Jun-2023
    • 17-Jan-2024
    • Virtual, Various Dates

    CONTACT  CBT Canada
    PO Box 852, Station A
    Toronto, ON  M5W 1G3
    (877) 466-8228

    • 14-Jun-2023
    • 31-Dec-2023
    • Various locations across Canada / Online

    We Teach Doctors How to Scan & Inject  Educating Doctors across North America since 2018, through Live Events, Online Resources, and the only 12-month Mentorship Program for Practicing Physicians. Sports Medicine Ultrasound educates Orthopedic Surgeons, Sports Medicine & Family Doctors on MSK ultrasound-guided injections for joints, tendons, ligaments & nerves. 


    Program Website

    Format 1: Live Events; Level 1, 2, 3, and 4 Boot Camps:
    • Various locations across Canada and the USA
    • Live Events: throughout the year; $3195 - $5245
    • CME accredited


    Format 2: Free Online Content

    Format 3: Online Courses

    • 01-Jul-2023
    • 31-Dec-2023
    • Online

    Comprehensive, Advanced & Fellowship level Point of Care Ultrasound training  For Rural, Remote & Resource-Limited practitioners

    For Rural, Remote & Resource-Limited practitioners.

    The Rural Ultrasound Fellowship was designed based on proven international models for advanced PoCUS teaching & mentorship. Unlike "course" based teaching (i.e. "one and done" models), the Rural Ultrasound Fellowship provides a year long curriculum with spaced repetition and ongoing faculty support every step of the way. 

    It truly is an ultrasound Fellowship, and one that you can partake in while working full time in your own practice location

    Details Online

    Rural Ultrasound Fellowship’s Mission:

    1. To offer an affordable, comprehensive (year long), advanced bedside ultrasound training program to meet the needs of rural physicians in Canada.

    2. To respect that rural physicians should not need to leave their home community in order to participate; NOR should they need to interrupt their practices or place their lives on hold in order to participate.

    3. To acknowledge rural practices often benefit from enhanced diagnostic awareness at the bedside; as compared to exclusive Emergency Medicine PoCUS content / the assumption that alternate diagnostic imaging is readily available nearby.
    • 08-Nov-2023
    • 31-Dec-2023
    • Online

    Avoiding the resurgence of vaccine-preventable diseases in children

    • Recognizing the decline in vaccine uptake following the declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic, this module identifies strategies to achieve catch-up for missing vaccines, especially in high-risk and marginalized paediatric populations.

    This module serves as a good companion to the CPS vaccine hesitancy module, Moving to Acceptance: Strategies to address concerns about vaccines.

    As such, CPS would like to offer SRPC members free access to both of these modules until the end of 2023. Members can use the following link to register for these modules at no cost:

    • 08-Jan-2024
    • 04-Mar-2024
    • Online

    2024 National ECHO Program - Apply Today! 
    Ce programme est offert en français uniquement

    Baycrest and the Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry, invite you to apply to the upcoming National ECHO: Geriatric Mental Health program, starting on Monday, January 8. This program is offered at no cost to participants. 

    Join them for 8 weeks to explore advanced geriatric mental health related topics and case studies in this unique professional development format for primary care providers caring for older adults.

    Upon submission of your application, the ECHO team will assess your eligibility for the program. Subsequently, a confirmation email will be sent to you, indicating your eligibility for participation and registration in the ECHO program.


    Topics covered will include, but are not limited to: 

    • Bipolar Mood Disorder
    • Cultural Safety and Indigenous Seniors Mental Health
    • Loneliness and Social isolation
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy
    • Social Determinants of Health
    • Bereavement

    Dates: Mondays from January 8th – March 4th, 2024 (no session on February 19th) 
    Time: 3-4:30 EST | 4-5:30 AST | 1-2:30 MST | 2-3:30 CST
    Registration fee: the program is offered at no cost to participants

    Format: uses videoconferencing & case-based learning in an “all learn, all teach approach".

    If you have questions about this program, please communicate with:
    Farah Tahsin, Project Coordinator (Baycrest):

    View past sessions from the National ECHO Educational Series: 

    • 27-Feb-2024
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Hybrid event: in-person at Women's College Hospital and online (via Zoom)

    BREAST Day 2024: BReast Education And Scholarship Together

    The Peter Gilgan Centre for Women's Cancers at WCH along with the Breast Centre at WCH are hosting a hybrid breast health CME event for primary care clinicians taking place on Tuesday, February 27, 2024 between 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM EST.

    Join us for this hybrid CME event designed to equip primary care providers with information on best practices in breast health.

    Event Details and Agenda -


    Physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and allied health professionals working in primary care in Canada. Those considering working in primary care may also benefit. Patients are welcome to attend.


    Primary care clinicians face the overwhelming task of staying abreast of current research and best practices across many disciplines. This CME event is designed to equip primary care providers with information on best practices that highlight the latest therapies, procedures, and diagnostics in breast care.

    REGISTRATION FEE: $55 (in-person) or $45 (virtual)

    • 29-Feb-2024
    • 01-Mar-2024
    • Toronto ON. + Online


    Canada’s premier conference on rural and northern healthcare issues.

    About the Conference

    Welcome to the forefront of healthcare innovation in rural and northern communities. The Canadian Rural & Northern Healthcare Conference stands as a premier platform dedicated to advancing healthcare excellence in regions where unique challenges and opportunities shape the delivery of care.

    Delegates will explore fresh approaches to healthcare delivery, how to leverage digital technologies more effectively, addressing indigenous health, strategies for mitigating social determinants of health, community and patient engagement, and effective collaborative partnerships to improve the health of their communities. Experience the success being driven by inspired leadership, forward-thinking governance, and resilient clinicians and staff.

    Dates: February 29 to March 01, 2024 (Two days)

    Location: Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel & Suites + Online

    Registration is now open at early bird rates.Find all the details Online Here: Rural & Northern Healthcare Leadership Conference!


    Who Is This Conference For?

    This event brings together healthcare organization leaders from across Canada, creating a dynamic platform for collaboration, knowledge sharing, and professional growth.


    This is an event hosted by Spark Conferences


    1430 Yonge St. Suite 1006

    Toronto, ON, M4T 1Y6