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    • 08-Jul-2021
    • 08-Jul-2022
    • 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.
    • 17-Dec-2021
    • 01-Jun-2022
    • Online

    Eating Disorder Sensitive: Education for Physicians and Primary Care Providers

    Body Brave have launched their virtual training called Eating Disorder Sensitive for Physicians and Primary Care Providers, to help practicing professionals and students build their confidence and capacity when working with clients who are experiencing disordered eating. This course is accredited with 4 Mainpro+ credits with the College of Family Physicians of Canada. 
    Many care providers might feel ill-equipped to support clients with eating disorders, and they hope that this training will help fill a gap in the health education system.


    • 02-Mar-2022
    • 01-Mar-2023
    • Online

    SRPC’s Rural Research Peer Support Group

    Struggling with writer’s block? Trying to meet a deadline? Questioning your methods? Getting stymied by bias? Does frantic typing lead to nostalgia for your days as an undergraduate?

    If so, join us for a sociable discussion in a supportive environment to share strategies for success in conducting rural health research and academic writing.

    The SRPC Rural Research Committee is hosting a monthly Zoom meet up to support members who are conducting and writing up research. 

    Join the conversation the First Wednesday of the month
    08:00 PM Eastern Time via Zoom .

    Click Here to Register Now / RSVP


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    • 07-Apr-2022
    • 02-Jun-2022
    • Online

    More information and register:

    Mar 3 - GERD, Dyspepsia, and H. pylori!view/event/event_id/397086

    Apr 7 - Chronic Constipation and Pediatric Constipation!view/event/event_id/397087

    May 5 - Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and Hepatitis C!view/event/event_id/397088

    Jun 2 - Chronic Abdominal Pain and Cancer SCN Pathways!view/event/event_id/397089

    Series Overview

    Join us on a journey through the GI tract as specialists from around Alberta discuss approaches to common digestive health conditions and review how pathways can support effective management in the Patient Medical Home.

    • 24-May-2022

    Upcoming webinar

    Quality Improvement in Family Medicine Education – Plan It, Do It, Teach It!

    A collaboration between the Section of Teachers and Section of Researchers

    May 24, 2022 | 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (ET)



    Join your fellow teachers, preceptors, and educational leaders for a conversation about incorporating quality improvement (QI) in your family medicine teaching role. This webinar is an opportunity to consider how QI can better inform and support your teaching practice. Our panelists will share their experiences, challenges, and expertise implementing QI in diverse education and practice settings. We hope the webinar will be of broad interest, and particularly for those who are developing QI teaching capacity. No pre-registration is required, simply join us via YouTube.


    Webinaire à venir 

    Quality Improvement in Family Medicine Education – Plan It, Do It, Teach It!

    Une collaboration entre la Section des enseignants et la Section des chercheurs

    Le 24 mai 2022, de 12 h à 13 h (HE)



    En compagnie de vos collègues enseignants, superviseurs et leaders pédagogiques, prenez part à une conversation sur l’intégration de l’amélioration continue de la qualité (ACQ) dans l’enseignement de la médecine de famille. Ce webinaire (présenté en anglais seulement) vous permettra de comprendre comment l’ACQ peut mieux vous éclairer et vous soutenir dans l’enseignement. Nos panélistes partageront leurs expériences, les défis auxquels ils sont confrontés et leur expertise dans la mise en œuvre de l’ACQ dans différents contextes d’enseignement et de pratique. Nous espérons que le webinaire suscitera l’intérêt du plus grand nombre, et en particulier des personnes qui travaillent au renforcement des capacités d’enseigner l’ACQ. Aucune préinscription n’est requise. Il vous suffit de vous joindre à nous sur YouTube.

    • 20-Oct-2022
    • Online

    COMS ROMS 2022

    Rural Obstetrical Management Seminars

    Thursday October 20th, 2022

    Online - Evening

    This program is intended to provide an opportunity to review and update your knowledge and management obstetrical cases specific to rural practice. Issues with respect to newborn care, lactation, preconception care and planning, women’s mental health and postpartum management will also be covered.

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