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The 28th Annual Rural and Remote Medicine Course - take 2!

Join Us Virtually  - April 22 - 24, 2021
Registration is open

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    • 05-Nov-2020
    • (EST)
    • 01-Sep-2021
    • (EDT)
    • Online self-directed
    The Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS) is offering SRPC Members a 20% discount in this online module that will help primary care practitioners (paediatricians, physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, and other allied health care providers) to diagnose, manage and treat mild to moderate AD.  This module will be available until September 1, 2021.

    Diagnosis and Management of Mild to Moderate Paediatric Atopic Dermatitis

    This is a self-directed, interactive online module available through Pedagogy, the CPS learning platform. This module features the latest evidence to help primary care practitioners diagnose, manage, and treat paediatric atopic dermatitis, and help patients and parents adhere to treatment regimens. This module is Mainpro+ and MOC certified.

    We are pleased to offer SRPC members a 20% discount on this module.  Members can apply this discount on Pedagogy using coupon code SRPC2020 at checkout.

    Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic, remitting-relapsing inflammatory skin condition that is characterized by intensely pruritic (itchy) and dry, scaly lesions. AD is one of the most common paediatric skin disorders, and disease onset occurs in 85 to 90 percent of Canadian children before age 5. Among children and youth with AD, almost three-fifths have mild to moderate disease, which can be managed by a paediatrician or other primary care practitioners.

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

    • Describe the diagnostic process for paediatric atopic dermatitis (AD)
    • Describe the non-pharmacologic management of AD
    • Describe the different first-line pharmacologic therapies for AD
    • Assess when specialist referral may be appropriate/necessary
    • Enhance patient/parent education and counselling to optimize treatment adherence
    • 01-Jan-2021
    • (EST)
    • 01-Apr-2021
    • (EDT)
    • Self Guided Online

    Offered by  University of Alberta

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    About Indigenous Canada Course

    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.

    Register online https://www.coursera.org/learn/indigenous-canada

    • 27-Jan-2021
    • (EST)
    • 06-Feb-2021
    • (EST)

    MD Financial Management - The physician’s retirement plan webinar

    A physician’s career is unlike most others and the financial planning process never stops - and this includes preparing for retirement. Join MD Financial Management as they explore the retirement planning issues that reflect the reality of your careers, and the insights gathered from 50 years of serving physicians and their families. 

    The physician’s retirement plan

    Wednesday, January 27, 2021 | 7 p.m. EST/4 p.m. PST

    MD Hosted webinar

    Registration Link

    Recording Link

    • 28-Jan-2021
    • (EST)
    • 06-Feb-2021
    • (EST)
    • Virtual

    LUCAS 2021

    January 28, 7:30pm - 9:00pm
    February 1
    , 7:30pm - 9:00pm 
    February 3, 7:30pm - 9:00pm
    February 6, 8:15am - 12:00pm

    This year’s edition of LUCAS promises to again deliver focused, practical, clinically relevant anesthesia topics; just like you’ve come to expect from our conference. Only this time, you can take it all in from the comfort of your own home!  Our sessions will be delivered live, and recorded for review anytime by attendees. Log-in live as it happens or anytime afterwards at your convenience. 

    We have spread out our conference into three evening sessions, each dedicated to a sub-specialty topic, plus a main event on Saturday morning.  Everyone who logs-in live will have access to Q&A with our expert panelists via our industry-leading online platform.  Virtual LUCAS offers an incredible value for Anesthesiology Continuing Professional Development, in a format that is convenient and accessible.  We can’t wait to see you online in 2021!

    LUCAS 2021 Virtual Symposium


    • 12-Feb-2021
    • (PST)
    • Virtual

    UBC Care of the Elderly Virtual Conference


    UBC Care of the Elderly Virtual Conference

    Feb 12 (Fri) | 0800–1515 PST +Add to Calendar
    Target audience: Family physicians, geriatricians, nurse practitioners, residents and students
    Up to 6.0 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 credits
    Course Webpage | Registration Form

    We will have space for you this year!  We have condensed our popular 3-days intensive course into 1-day virtual conference for you to participate in the safety and comfort of your own home or office.  Each presentation will last 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of Q&A.   Topics are tailored for primary care providers who work with elderly patients.  Participants will also have the opportunity to express their learning needs on each topic prior to the event.  Check out the agenda below!  


    07:50–08:00       Connect to Zoom        

    08:00–08:15       Welcome & Opening Remarks | Dr. Janet Kow

    08:15–08:45       Incorporating Frailty into Cancer Care Plans | Dr. Caroline Mariano

    08:45–09:15       Deprescribing—How To | Dr. Mark Fok

    09:15–09:45       Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Dementia | Dr. Peter Chan

    09:45–10:00       Stretch Break

    10:00–10:30       COVID and Seniors | Dr. Janet Kow

    10:30–11:00       Low Vision in the Elderly | Dr. Mary Lou Jackson

    11:00–11:30       Effective Assessment of Seniors Virtually | Dr. Amanda Hill

    11:30–12:15       Lunch Break

    12:15–12:45       Update on Diabetes Management for the Elderly | Dr. Sarah Sy

    12:45–13:15       Delirium and Antipsychotic Use in End of Life Care | Dr. Gil Kimel

    13:15–13:45       Beyond Bisphosphonates: Options for Care | Dr. Larry Dian

    13:45–14:00       Stretch Break

    14:00–14:30       Chronic MSK Pain—A Physiatry Perspective | Dr. Evan Kwong

    14:30–15:00       Cognitive Testing—MMSE vs Moca? | Dr. Phil Lee

    15:00–15:15       Take Home Points Summarized & Closing Remarks | Dr. Janet Kow

    15:15                   Conference End

    *Subject to Change



    Conference Secretariat

    Division of Continuing Professional Development
    UBC Faculty of Medicine
    City Square, East Tower, Suite 200, 555 W 12th Ave

    Vancouver, BC Canada V5Z3X7
    ubccpd.ca | thischangedmypractice.com
    @UBCCPD | cpd.info@ubc.ca





    • 26-Feb-2021
    • (PST)
    • Virtual

    56th Annual Family Practice Review


    56th Annual Family Practice Review

    Formerly Known as the Annual Post Graduate Review

    Feb 26 (Fri) | 0800–1500 PST +Add to Calendar
    Target audience: family physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, residents and students
    Up to 5.25 Mainpro+ credits
    Course Webpage | Registration Form

    Overview: This comprehensive review course offers an update of knowledge central to the practice of family medicine in both rural and urban settings. Committed to addressing everyday practical issues, speakers present equally on current and special areas of concern to the primary health care professionals.  We have condensed our popular 3-days into 1-day virtual conference for you to participate in the safety and comfort of your own home or office.  Check out the agenda below!  

    0800 Opening Remarks, Welcome & Housekeeping
    0815 Physician Wellness: Coping with COVID | Dr. Mumta Gautam
    0850 Contraceptive Update (Include Implants) | Dr. Renee Hall
    0915 Post COVID Clinic Scenario — A Medical Approach | Dr. Jesse Greiner
    0940 10-Min Quick Break
    0950 Dermatology Cases - Telemedicine | Dr. Neil Kitson
    1015 Practical Use of SGLT2 Inhibitors for Treating Diabetes in Primary Care | Dr. Marshall Dahl
    1040 Top 10 Articles That Changed My Practice | Dr. Mike Allan
    1105 Lunch Break — Includes 20-min (11:10 am-11:30 am) workout lead by Gibson Somal
    1205 PTSD — Evidence-Based Interventions | Dr. Danny Lee
    1230 Pediatric Anxiety | Dr. Rosalind Catchpole
    1255 Cannabis Prescribing: Evidence-Based Clinical Flowchart | Dr. Simon Moore
    1320 10-Min Quick Break
    1330 Radiology Pearls | TBC
    1355 COVID Q&A Panel | Dr. Patricia Daly, Dr. Reka Gustafson, Dr. Marc Romney & Dr. Manish Sadarangani
    1445 Take-Home Points & Closing Remarks
    1500 Conference Ends

    *Subject to Change


    We look forward to hearing from you, and hope that we can count on your assistance in letting your colleagues know about this event.


    Conference Secretariat

    Division of Continuing Professional Development
    UBC Faculty of Medicine
    City Square, East Tower, Suite 200, 555 W 12th Ave

    Vancouver, BC Canada V5Z3X7
    ubccpd.ca | thischangedmypractice.com
    @UBCCPD | cpd.info@ubc.ca




    • 22-Apr-2021
    • (EDT)
    • 24-Apr-2021
    • (EDT)
    • Online Portal

    The 28th Annual Rural and Remote Medicine Course - Take 2!

    The 28th Annual Rural and Remote Medicine Course - Take 2!  will be presented virtually April 22nd - 24th and we hope that you will join us from the comfort of your home, office, or wherever you have internet access! 

    Registration will provide you with an all-access pass to the three day live event. PLUS, an additional 30 days, allowing you the freedom to access any session you missed at a more convenient time. (24/7 on-demand will be available until May 24th, 2021.)

    Date: Thursday, April 22 - Saturday, April 24, 2021
    Time: 10:30 am - 4:45 pm (EST)

    Price Table

    Regular Rate Late Fee (effective April 1st)
     SRPC Member Categories
     $550  $615
     First 3 Year of Practice
     $425  $475
     Resident/Retired/Lifetime  $275  $310
     Student/Associate  $140  $155
     Non- Member Categories
     Non Member Attendee
     $750  $840

    (Taxes are extra and based on your address.  Rate increase will take effect April 1st 2021.)

    Students & Residents - Please review the FUNDING AND SPONSORSHIP INITIATIVE details below prior to submitting your registration.

    Anyone with questions about registration or invoicing, please contact Jenna. (jennak@srpc.ca)


    The agenda will be available soon
    Please note that all events listed are in eastern standard time.


    We have close to 100 sessions relating to rural and remote medicine and rural generalism. The SRPC is fortunate to offer peer to peer teaching.


    Our keynote speakers will no doubt motivate, encourage, and inspire!

    The SRPC is honoured to bring to you Canadian astronaut Dr. David Saint-Jacques and Dr. Ruth Stewart, National Rural Health Commission in Australia and ACRRM Past-President.


    Connect with peers and make new connections by networking and sharing ideas during the event. We will have several virtual break-out rooms for focused discussions. 


    A virtual research poster gallery will be available to see the latest in clinical research in rural medicine. 


    Looking for a locum or to settle in a rural area, interested in the latest products available in medicine, wanting to connect with medical schools?

    Click and connect with our loyal sponsors, recruiters, and exhibitors in their virtual booths.  


    All sessions will be available for 30 days on-demand (until May 24th, 2021) to allow you the convenience of listening to the sessions on your own time. 


    SRPC Members are encouraged to join us for our Virtual Annual General Meeting on Friday, April 24th. We will share important updates and vote on SRPC initiatives. 


    Stay tuned for more details.  Please note that any social event requiring payment will be set up as a separate event with a firm cut-off date.


    The SRPC feels it is important to recognize persons or organizations that have made a significant contribution to rural medicine in Canada. Visit our awards page for all the information needed to prepare your nominations or see if you are eligible. All applications must be received by Sunday, January 31st, 2021.

    Exception for Rural Service Award, Rural Long Service Award, Fellowship of Rural Remote Medicine of the SRPC and the SRPC Lifetime Member awards:  SRPC Members must be registered for this event no later than Wednesday, March 1st, to be eligible.


    SRPC Sponsorship for R&R 2021

    Funding is made possible by generous physicians and others who wish to support learners and the future of rural and remote medicine in Canada.

    • Sponsor a Student or Resident
      During the registration process, you may choose to sponsor a student/resident by adding their registration fee to your invoice.  You will have the option to provide the name of a specific individual and we will inform them that you have sponsored their registration fees.  All student/residents requesting funding will be entered into a draw for the remaining sponsorship. 

    • Students and Residents Requesting Sponsorship
      Any student or resident that registers for this event and has ZERO funding from elsewhere is eligible. Please indicate that you are an unfunded registrant on the registration page.  Leave your invoice unpaid.  On March 31st we will draw names for any unclaimed gifted registration fees. 

    Other Sponsorship

    Have you been approved for funding?  Please select the "Sponsored" registration option and use the promo code that your sponsor communicated to you.

    Pending Sponsorship?
    If you are unsure if funding is granted, please register as a student or resident and leave your registration as pending. (Do not pay the invoice) we can settle in the weeks to come. Contact Jenna if you have any questions.  (jennak@srpc.ca)


    All event cancellations must be made in writing by email to (jennak@srpc.ca)

    • A full Refund (less $75 admin fee) will be granted if notification is received by March 4th.
    • 50% refund will be granted for cancellations made between March 5th and March 21st OR full amount (less $75 admin fee) as a credit on your account to be used on future invoices. (Events, membership, or donations.)
    • Refunds will not be granted after March 21st. The full amount (less $75 admin fee) as a credit on your account to be used on future invoices. (Events, membership, or donations)
    • Deposits are non-refundable but are transferable to SRPC membership or donations.
    • Social tickets are non-refundable but may be transferred or donated to a student or resident.

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    The 28th Annual Rural and Remote Medicine Course - Take 2!

    • 22-Apr-2021
    • 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • 24-Apr-2021
    • 5:15 AM (EDT)
    • Virtual

    SRPC’s first virtual conference! We are doing our utmost to ensure this conference is beneficial to all our loyal exhibitors. Being unable to host our regular in-person conference in 2020, we have realized just how vital our sponsors are to our organization. We thank you for all your support over the years.

    This is a one of a kind opportunity for sponsors to meet and network with hundreds of rural physicians, residents and medical students all in one location. Whether your aim is to raise awareness, promote a cause, introduce a product, or simply to learn more about the challenges and opportunities that rural medicine poses, this is the conference where your goals will be achieved.

    The majority of delegates are experienced physicians who are practicing in rural and remote Canada, as well as students and residents interested in rural medicine. Other delegates include nurses, physician assistants, medical educators, health administrators, and academics.

    Funds raised through your contribution ensure the ongoing viability of this valuable conference. It is the only one of its kind, addressing the needs of rural doctors on a national level.

    SRPC’s Rural and Remote Medicine Conference has become one of the most well attended rural medical conferences anywhere. In previous years it has attracted nearly 1,000 attendees from across Canada as well as from other countries. It offers rural physicians opportunities to gain and/or upgrade vital skills, exchange knowledge, and develop their professional and social networks.

    • Full payment is due 30 days after receipt of your registration form. All payments must be made in full by April 1st, 2021

    • We will review your Registration/Invoice, (apply your deposit/discount if applicable) and send you the final invoice.

    • Deposits are non refundable.

    • 01-Jun-2021
    • (EDT)
    • Online

    COVID-19 Healthcare Cybersecurity eLearning

    On Demand Available all year

    The COVID-19 crisis provides the perfect opportunity for socially engineered cyber attacks. During this crisis there has been a dramatic surge in cyber attacks against hospitals, physicians and healthcare professionals.

    With the move to virtual care due to quarantining and social distancing, the vulnerability of our Canadian healthcare system is at an all-time high.

    To help support health professionals manage this increased risk, Saegis has released a free eLearning course to Canadian physicians and their healthcare teams.

    Here are the links for registration
    En version : COVID-19 Healthcare Cybersecurity eLearning - Saegis

    Fr version : Mini-modules gratuits - COVID-19 et la cybersécurité des soins de santé - Saegis

     Do you know Saegis ?

    Saegis, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA), is a provider of safety programs and practice management solutions to physicians, healthcare professionals, teams, hospitals and clinics.

    Our high quality, specialized professional development programs, safety initiatives and practice management services are designed to reduce risk and improve safety in healthcare. 

    • 01-Jun-2021
    • (EDT)
    • Online

    About the Saegis Shield Program

    On Demand Available all year

    Saegis Shield is a comprehensive, accredited online cybersecurity and privacy education program that addresses the unique needs of Canadian healthcare environments.

    It is designed to strengthen what experts consider the best defence against cyber-attacks that target healthcare practices, clinics, hospitals and institutions: the “human defence”.

    What is the “Human Defence”?

    The human defence against cyber attacks comes from awareness and an understanding of cybersafe habits among all Canadian healthcare professionals, including:

    • Physicians, nurses and other providers
    • Clinic directors, administrators, managers and staff
    • Hospital and healthcare institution staff
    How does Saegis Shield work?

    Saegis Shield is a subscription-based awareness and education program that is affordable and user-friendly. Healthcare professionals, physicians, and staff simply log in to the program and are provided with:

    • A curriculum of online courses designed with busy healthcare schedules in mind – even one 15-minute module per week can help clinic and hospital staff develop cybersafe habits
    • A measure of individual and organizational readiness to prevent, recognize and manage costly breaches
    • A summary of the current level of cyber risk in the healthcare environment
    Saegis Shield - Saegis Home Page

    Saegis Shield also provides cybersecurity and privacy resources including templates, breach reports, posters and tools to help fully equip your healthcare team and support adherence to privacy regulations.

    How to purchase Saegis Shield

    Saegis Shield is offered as an annual subscription which can be purchased here online (for up to 50 users*). The subscription cost per year ranges from $42 to $100 per user, depending on the number of users.

    Buy subscriptions online by selecting the number of subscriptions (users) from the drop-down menu above, under Cost, and then clicking on the green Purchase button.

    *For more than 50 users: Contact us for pricing for clinics or groups of more than 50 users – by email or phone at info@saegissolutions.ca or 1-833-435-9979

    Program Features
    • Cyber-risk assessment survey
    • Computer-based micro training modules 
    • Risk dashboard  with staff and clinic risk scores, exposure report and news feed
    • Phishing challenges 
    • Webinars and podcasts by privacy and security industry experts
    CPD Credits Earned
    • College of Family Physicians of Canada: 30.0 Mainpro+ credits (Assessment)
    • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada: 30.0 Section 3 Credits

Past Events

13-Jan-2021 Therapeutics Initiative: Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians
16-Dec-2020 CAEP National Grand Rounds with Trauma Experts in Rural and Urban Centers.
15-Dec-2020 Indigenous Health Educational Series
15-Dec-2020 Ultrasound Guided Central Venous Catheterization: Tele-Simulation
09-Dec-2020 Therapeutics Initiative: Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians
07-Dec-2020 Neurology Ask-Me-Anything
07-Dec-2020 Dermatology Ask-Me-Anything
04-Dec-2020 Endocrinology Ask-Me-Anything
02-Dec-2020 Fall Dermatology Review Virtual Series
02-Dec-2020 E-Prescribing Ask-Me-Anything
02-Dec-2020 Medico-legal Concerns: What gets in the way of Choosing Wisely?
30-Nov-2020 RHSRNbc's 2020 Virtual Symposium
25-Nov-2020 Virtual Vaccine Hesitancy Workshop
20-Nov-2020 Anesthesia Care and Pain Medicine in Rural and Remote Regions in Canada Symposium
19-Nov-2020 Rocky Mountain Internal Medicine 2020
18-Nov-2020 Fall Dermatology Review Virtual Series
14-Nov-2020 Canadian Association of Wilderness Medicine CAWM 2020 Conference
12-Nov-2020 ISAM-CSAM 2020 Scientific Conference & Annual Meeting
05-Nov-2020 Refresher Course for Family Physician Anesthetists
04-Nov-2020 Choosing Wisely Talks
23-Oct-2020 UBC Division of Palliative Care CME Day
23-Oct-2020 Practical Evidence for Informed Practice (PEIP) Conference 2020
23-Oct-2020 CADDRA2020 Virtual ADHD Conference and Research Day
17-Oct-2020 Therapeutics Initiative: Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians
30-Sep-2020 Using Blood Wisely Launch Events
22-Aug-2020 VITAL FM Update - Live, Stream on Demand
15-Jul-2020 CBT Banff
02-Jul-2020 CBT Blue Mountain
29-May-2020 BC Rural Health Conference - Cancelled
29-May-2020 2020 Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership - Cancelled-
29-May-2020 CBT - Dates and locations across Canada
25-Apr-2020 Sims for ESS - Cancelled
23-Apr-2020 RR2020 - Exhibitor & Sponsor Registration
23-Apr-2020 The 28th Annual Rural and Remote Medicine Course - Cancelled
15-Apr-2020 15th Annual Transfusion Medicine Education
09-Apr-2020 Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
16-Mar-2020 Rural and Remote 2020 - CANCELLATION
20-Feb-2020 SCORE
18-Jan-2020 SCORE + ACLS
17-Jan-2020 Banff Endoscopy Skills Conference
16-Jan-2020 Banff Rural Suite Courses
15-Jan-2020 CPD for ESS / OSS
15-Jan-2020 SOS for PPH - Surgical Obstetrical Skills for Post Partum Hemorrhage
29-Nov-2019 Evidence-based Assessment and Management of ADHD in Primary Care
26-Nov-2019 WEBINAR: Topical Analgesics – Can we directly apply the evidence?
14-Nov-2019 Rocky Mountain Internal Medicine 2019
25-Oct-2019 PEIP (Practical Evidence for Informed Practice)
19-Oct-2019 Emergency Department Targeted Ultrasound (EDTU) (2 day course)
10-Oct-2019 CAEP Event - AIME (1 day course)
04-Oct-2019 Therapeutics Initiative Conference 2019
22-Sep-2019 SCORE + CGMH
18-Jul-2019 SCORE + ACLS
04-Jun-2019 Therapeutics Initiative Night: UTIs, PPIs, & Deprescribing
24-May-2019 BC Rural Health Conference 2019
24-May-2019 2019 Rural Locum Forum
07-Apr-2019 Call for Abstracts Rural and Remote 2020
07-Apr-2019 The ECCU 1 Course
07-Apr-2019 CNIS Instructors Hernia Repair Course
06-Apr-2019 Realistic 3D Printed Modules to Learn HALO Procedures
04-Apr-2019 RR2019 - Exhibitor & Sponsor Registration
04-Apr-2019 The 27th Annual Rural and Remote Medicine Course
02-Apr-2019 CASTED: Emergency
27-Mar-2019 Therapeutics Initiative Methods Speaker Series
08-Feb-2019 Cabin Fever 2019
18-Jan-2019 35th Annual Emergency Medicine for Rural Hospitals
18-Jan-2019 Endoscopy Skills Days for Practicing Endoscopists
22-Oct-2018 CAEP Event - EMR III (2 day course)
19-Oct-2018 ACFP Event - Extended Messaging
19-Oct-2018 ACFP Event - Brief Messaging
03-Oct-2018 CAEP Event - AIME (1 day course) repeated
01-Oct-2018 Call for Abstracts Rural and Remote 2019
15-Apr-2018 Supervised Ultrasound Scanning Day
13-Apr-2018 Scotch Tasting - Extra R&R Social
13-Apr-2018 Pediatric Simulation Workshop
12-Apr-2018 Trivia Night - Extra R&R Social
12-Apr-2018 Leading Resuscitation Remotely Via Telehealth
12-Apr-2018 The 26th Annual Rural and Remote Medicine Course
10-Apr-2018 ALARM - Advances in Labour and Risk Management
19-Jan-2018 The 8th Annual Endoscopy Skills Day
17-Jan-2018 Enhanced Surgical Skills Program
17-Jan-2018 SOO CNIS Structured Operative Obstetrics Instructors Course
17-Jan-2018 Advanced Rural Plastics Procedures
13-Dec-2017 Rural Plastics Procedures Montreal
13-Dec-2017 Slit Lamp Examinations
08-Nov-2017 SRPC Logo Contest

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