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    • 01-Jan-2024
    • 01-Jan-2025
    • Virtual and Onsite group learning

    CEMO is a CPD Outreach program for rural physicians and Emergency Department teams. We've been operating continuously since 2008. The program is fully accredited. We  have developed needs-based education for rural teams in the area surrounding Ottawa as well as Iqaluit. CEMO can offer valuable CPD programs to your members across Canada. 

    Visit the CEMO website:  CEMOttawa.ca

    We offer CEMO Virtual, as well as Onsite (case-based group learning), Simulation, and POCUS program formats to suit all needs. Dates are ongoing.


    CEMO’s Overall Program Goal is to update knowledge and skills in Emergency Medicine. We offer tailored, practical, and team-based continuing professional development. We want to empower you to manage cases in your community emergency department with confidence and to safely transfer patients when needed.

    CEMO Brings evidence-based and best-practice education. Most importantly, our needs assessment process means that we tailor sessions to your needs. Not a one-size-fits-all program!

    Learn together with your ED team. CEMO brings your team of doctors, nurses and pharmacists together to learn and problem-solve. You’ll gain practical solutions to clinical care challenges to apply in your department.

    CEMO Speakers are University of Ottawa emergency physicians with academic expertise and a community-friendly outlook.

    • 16-Apr-2024
    • 08-Jun-2024
    • Edmonton, AB – London, ON – Saskatoon, SK

    AIME – Airway Interventions and Management in Emergencies

    1 day In Person Course

    https://caep.ca/cpd-courses/aime/

    Edmonton, AB – April 16 & 17

    London, ON – May 7 & 8

    Saskatoon, SK – June 7 & 8

    • 17-Apr-2024
    • 19-Apr-2024
    • Partial Hybrid – Ottawa ON


    April 17 – 19, 2024

    Partial Hybrid – Ottawa Conference and Event Centre

    18.00 RCPSC Section 1 Hours | 18.00 Mainpro+ Credits

    Register or learn more now!

     

    This year’s topics include:

    ·       Working with Concussion Patients

    ·       Osteoporosis Guidelines Updates

    ·       Women’s Health Short Snapper

    ·       COVID Update 2024

    ·       Substance Use Disorder Short Snapper

    ·       Common Fracture Management

    ·       Better Sleep for Patients and Providers Alike

    ·       …and much more!

    All sessions that are streamed virtually, will be recorded and available for viewing for one year from course dates. The information will be available to all that attend!

     


    • 19-Apr-2024
    • 04-Jun-2024


    2 day In Person Simulation Course

    https://caep.ca/cpd-courses/trik/

    • Winnipeg, MB – April 19 – 20
    • Halifax, NS – May 11-12
    • Montreal, QC – June 3 - 4
    • 20-Apr-2024
    • (PDT)
    • In-person only | Paetzold Auditorium, Vancouver General Hospital


    The BC Drug and Poison Centre’s medical toxicologists will discuss recent changes in the management of drug overdose. Highlights include presentation of difficult management cases and discussions of controversial management areas. Toxicologists will demonstrate why the management of each case is difficult and emphasize key management strategies while focusing on pearls and pitfalls in clinical management.  

    What’s New in Toxicology? What Every Acute Care Practitioner Needs to Know 

    Apr. 20 (Sat) | 8 a.m. – 4:45 p.m. | In-person only | Paetzold Auditorium, Vancouver General Hospital

    Audience: family physicians, emergency physicians, internists, hospitalists, pediatricians, residents and students. 

    Overview: The BC Drug and Poison Centre’s medical toxicologists will discuss recent changes in the management of drug overdose. Highlights include presentation of difficult management cases and discussions of controversial management areas. Toxicologists will demonstrate why the management of each case is difficult and emphasize key management strategies while focusing on pearls and pitfalls in clinical management.  

    Up to 7.25 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 credits 

    LEARN MORE AND REGISTER  

     Speaker Highlights 

    James Chomin, MD, FRCPC. Emergency Physician, Burnaby General Hospital; Clinical Instructor, Dept of Emergency Medicine, UBC

    Christopher DeWitt, MD, FRCPC. Emergency Physician, St. Paul’s Hospital; Toxicologist, BC Drug and Poison Information Centre

    Jesse Goodwin, MD, FRCPC. Clinical Toxicologist and Associate Medical Lead, BC Drug and Poison Information Centre (DPIC); Clinical Instructor, Dept of Emergency Medicine, UBC 

    Daniel Ovakim, MD, FRCPC. MD, FRCPC. Toxicologist, Victoria, BC; Clinical Associate Professor, Dept of Medicine, UBC 

    Roy Purssell, MD, FRCPC, ABEM, FACMT. Medical Lead, Drug and Poison Information Centre, BC Centre for Disease Control; Interim Co-Head & Professor, Dept of Emergency Medicine, UBC

    Adrianna Rowe, MD, FRCPC. Toxicologist, Vancouver, BC; Assistant Professor, Dept of Emergency Medicine, UBC 


    UBC CPD Faculty of Medicine
    The University of British Columbia
    Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh Traditional Territory
    City Square, 200 East Tower
    555 W 12th Ave
    Vancouver BC V5Z 3X7
    CPD.info@ubc.ca | ubccpd.ca