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On August 19-21, 2022, we invite you to come and experience all that life has to offer when living in Grey Bruce.
The physician recruitment teams of the area have joined forces to help you experience some of our favourite parts of Grey and Bruce Counties from canoeing down the Saugeen river to enjoying the flavours of our local microbreweries.
This rotating event will explore different parts of our region each year with the goal of fully immersing you in the lifestyle and culture of our rural Ontario communities.
Above all, this retreat aims to provide physicians interested in rural medicine an opportunity to meet with potential colleagues, make connections, and find out more about the place we call home.
Physicians, residents, medical students, and partners. As recruiters we acknowledge that we aren’t always just recruiting a physician, but their families as well! Whether you choose to come alone or with your partner we are excited to get to know you as individuals and what is important to you.
The retreat attracts adventurous individuals curious about rural medicine and looking to find a work-life balance in an everchanging atmosphere. We invite you to eat, drink, and play, all while getting to know Bruce Grey and what makes our area unique.
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Explore. Experience. Practice
UBCCPD has partnered with the Rural Coordination Centre of BC (RCCbc), and they are excited to invite you to the Rural POCUS Rounds!
This series of virtual rounds will be based on rurally focused POCUS topics, learnings and situations. The Rural POCUS Rounds series aims to increase the use of, experience with, and community surrounding point-of-care ultrasound for rural based healthcare providers.
The rounds will seek to
Each session will include presentation-style learning and time for volunteered case studies. Attendees will have an opportunity to share real life scans and work through specific scenarios.
Zoom link, and session information will be emailed to those who have registered prior to each session.
Date: August 26, 2022 | 1200–1300 PT
Speakers: Dr. Virginia Robinson
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Date: September 30, 2022 | 1200–1300 PT
Speakers: Dr. Kevin Fairbairn
Date: October 28, 2022 | 1200–1300 PT
Date: November 25, 2022 | 1200–1300 PT
Speakers: Dr. Tracy Morton
Watch past Rural POCUS Rounds recordings here.
Please contact Antigone Fogel at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
Additional info https://ubccpd.ca/rural-pocus-rounds
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Ontario Anesthesia Meeting and Conference Weekend
Thursday, September 15th to Sunday, September 18th, 2022
You are invited to join Ontario's Anesthesiologists for our 67th Annual Ontario Anesthesia Meeting and Conference (OAM), to be held at The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto. The main conference will run September 16-18 with an optional leadership development day on September 15.
Registration is now open at events.eply.com/67thOAM! Register on or before August 31, 2022 to qualify for "early bird" registration discounts (Rates increase by 10% after August 31).
To help promote a high standard of anesthesia care, our exciting academic program includes interactive workshops, as well as current and clinically relevant topics presented by outstanding speakers from across Ontario that will speak to both academic and community practice. View the Program.
When registering for the OAM, Ontario’s Anesthesiologists invites our Family Practice Anesthetist members to sign up for our Annual FP-A Luncheon. This meeting strives to bring together FP-As across Ontario and facilitate discussion around issues specific to care provided by FP-As and to develop solutions to best serve patients.
The health and safety of our participants remains our top priority. We will continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and will plan our safety protocols accordingly.
For questions or more information, please email Ontario's Anesthesiologists' Project and Communications Coordinator, Stephanie Field, at email@example.com.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Our unique and award-winning series of the 6-half-day short snapper style-focused CME on the Run! 2022-2023 is now delivered online only. UBC Department of Family Practice and UBC CPD are excited to introduce our next series of lectures and incredible speakers.
Don't miss these next CME on the Run sessions! Each session will only take up to 4.0 hours (up to 3.50 Mainpro+ credits) on a Friday afternoon!
Sep 17 (Sat) | 0820–1640 PDT | Virtual Conference
Audience: family physicians, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, other allied health professionals, residents and students.
Up to 6.5 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 credits LEARN MORE AND REGISTER
Overview: The Division of Immunology and Allergy at St. Paul's Hospital, the Division of Immunology and Allergy at BC Children's Hospital and UBC CPD is excited to offer this popular conference virtually again! The robust agenda captures the most common allergy and immunology issues faced by family physicians in the clinical setting. Participants will hear from leaders in the field on topics such as food allergy, drug allergy, and immunodeficiency. There will also be opportunities to network, engage and ask questions throughout the conference! Check out the agenda below!
08:15 Connect onto Conference Portal
08:20 Welcome & Opening Remarks | Dr. Tiffany Wong
08:30 Allergy Testing| Dr. Alanna Chomyn
08:45 Early Food Introduction - Clinical Pearls and Practical Tips | Dr. Scott Cameron
09:00 Cow’s Milk Alternatives | Dr. Brock Williams & Dr. Kelsey Cochrane
09:15 Food Ladders | Dr. Tiffany Wong
09:30 Non-Anaphylactic Food Allergens | Dr. Edmond Chan
09:45 Panel Discussion
10:15 Stretch Break
10:30 Adult: CTS Asthma Guidelines | Dr. Peter Stepaniuk
10:45 Pediatric Asthma Update | Dr. Connie Yang
11:00 Asthma Education: Challenges in Management | Minna Miller & Sonia Bola
11:30 Panel Discussion
12:00 Lunch Break
13:00 Newborn Screening | Dr. Catherine Biggs
13:15 Secondary Immune Deficiency - New BC IVIG/SCIG Guidelines | Dr. Irene Chair
13:30 Vaccines to Prevent Pneumococcal Disease| Dr. Kyla Hildebrand
13:45 Mast Cell Activation Syndrome | Dr. Godfrey Lam
14:00 Panel Discussion
14:15 NSAID Allergy and AERD | Dr. Juan Camilo Ruiz
14:30 Penicillin Allergy - Practical Tools | Dr. Godfrey Lam
14:45 Panel Discussion
14:55 Stretch Break
15:10 EOE Management | Dr. Stephanie Erdle
15:25 Practical Pearls - What to do while awaiting an allergist assessment | Dr. Joanne Yeung
15:40 Non-allergic Urticaria | Dr. Angeliki Barlas
15:55 Panel Discussion
16:10 Assessment Quiz |Dr. Victoria Cook
16:30 Closing Remarks & Completion of Evaluations | Dr. Raymond Wong
16:40 Conference Ends
PEER North will offer a breadth of primary care topics that are relevant in day-to-day practice for nurses and family physicians. These topics will be presented by experts in the field, with most of our speakers living their lives in the North.
This inaugural PEER North conference is offered in conjunction with NWTMA, Practice NWT, and PEER (Patient Experienced Evidence Research). The goal of PEER North is to provide a culturally relevant northern educational forum, for the purpose of connecting and strengthening relationships amongst Northern healthcare providers around current, evidence-based, primary care topics of interest.
Attend online or join us in person.
We hope to see you in Yellowknife!
Audience: emergency physicians, rural physicians, family physicians, hospitalists, nurse practitioners, nurses, paramedics, others with an interest in emergency medicine, residents and students.
Overview: Join us in Whistler for our 20th birthday and our first in-person St. Paul's Emergency Medicine Conference in 2 years! We are excited to host you at the Whistler Conference Centre for 4 days of networking and emergency medicine education, hands-on workshops plus plenty of time for mountain activities and fun! We have lots of new topics and updates to cover, as well as some old favourites. We look forward to seeing you there!
Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 credits
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Sept. 23 (Fri) | 0820–1630 PDT | Vancouver, BC or Virtual
Audience: primary care physicians, psychiatrists, pharmacists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, residents and students.
Overview: We are thrilled to be bringing back this popular event both virtually and in-person at the Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront in downtown Vancouver, BC. We have brought together an amazing group of local and international speakers to share their expertise on depression, schizophrenia, adult ADHD, pediatric autism, pharmacogenetic testing for mood disorders, at-home medication management and more. On September 22 we relaunch our popular half-day pre-conference workshop: Understanding Concurrent Disorders to Improve Treatment Outcomes: A Focus on Practical Care.
Register this summer to take advantage of the early-bird rate!
Up to 5.5 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 credits
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RhPAP hosts regular Rural Community Health Provider Attraction and Retention (A&R) Conferences. The provincial conference is an opportunity for rural community A&R committees, as well as interested community members from across Alberta, to come together and share experiences, learn about new initiatives related to the attraction and retention of health-care providers to rural communities, and network with other rural community members.
Early-bird registration is now open for the 2022 RhPAP Health Provider Attraction and Retention (A&R) Conference. Click here to join us!
The “Put on your Perspectacles: Looking through the rural lens” conference will feature three days of interactive sessions, informative presentations, and shared peer-to-peer knowledge with the goal of returning you to your communities inspired and empowered.
Here are a few things you can expect:
• Exploring community attraction and retention through an A&R Network approach.
• Engage and network with other A&R champions from across Alberta.
• Enjoy a special community-based evening with amazing local scenery, food and entertainment.
• Reconnecting. Fun. Food. Fellowship.
The Airway Interventions and Management in Emergencies (AIME) course has been providing valued and practical hands-on airway management learning experiences for clinicians around the world for over 21 years.
AIME educators are experienced (and entertaining) clinical instructors who understand the varied work environments of practicing clinicians. Whether you work in a large, high volume centre or a small remote setting, AIME will provide a practical approach for airway management in emergencies.
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The Therapeutics Initiative is also proud to announce that registration is now open for our BRINGING BEST EVIDENCE TO CLINICIANS annual educational event/half-day conference, scheduled to take place on Saturday, October 15 at UBC Robson Square in downtown Vancouver both in-person and virtual format this year.
Join the discussions about new research on: back pain, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and optimal prescribing presented by new and veteran faculty members at the Therapeutics Initiative, featuring presentations by Dr. Anshula Ambasta, Dr. Wade Thompson, Dr. Rita McCracken, and Dr. Aaron Tejani. Participate in an innovative session to design new communication pathways among healthcare providers.
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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