Bear Witness Day

May 10th is #bearwitnessday in recognition of Jordan’s principle; a child-first principle and legal rule named in memory of Jordan River Anderson ensuring First Nations children receive the services and supports they need when they need them. 

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Happy Victoria Day!

The Office of CCA will be closed Monday, May 23rd, for the Victoria Day Long weekend.

Wishing everyone a relaxing and restorative long weekend. 

Skills Workshops 2021-2022

Suturing Techniques | June 3, 2022 

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Cancer Day for Primary Care 2022

May 27, 2022 | 0800 – 1600

This event is ONLINE ONLY

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Fridays at the University Pediatric Update

June 3, 2022 | 0800 – 1320

This event is ONLINE ONLY

Can’t make it the day of? Fridays at the University are now being recorded to be accessed by registered participants until the of the academic year. 

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Online Learning

Earn continuing professional education credits anytime, anywhere, with courses such as:

Driver Fitness New Course Co-Developed with MPI
Developing Learning Objectives Updated for 2022
Covid Long-Term Care Webinar Series
Helping Yourself and Others in the Workplace
Moving Forward After Cancer

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Fridays at the University Recordings

Did you miss Metabolic Day?

Register to watch to recording, available until the end of the academic year.
Previous registrants have automatic access to the recordings.
Recordings are also available for Ophthalmology Day, Diagnostics Day, and Hot Topics. 

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Opioid Agonist Therapy 101

Introduction to Clinical Practice
June 9 & 10, 2022 | Winnipeg SOLD OUT*

*Don’t Panic! OAT will be back in October. Contact to be put on the waitlist. 


Important Update

At at the University of Manitoba, the health and well-being of our health care learners, staff and Faculty is important to us.

As the situation with the Covid-19 pandemic is unfolding, we will keep you up to date on the status of upcoming events.

Please check back to our webpage for updates and online learning opportunities.

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Vaccination Policy

As part of our efforts to ensure the health and safety of all, and in alignment with University of Manitoba policy, effective September 21, 2021 anyone visiting the Bannatyne Campus will be required to provide proof of vaccination before entering the campus.

Read the full policy here

Have Your Say in CPD Programming

Your voice is important to us. Tell us what you would like to see in CPD Programming. 

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Educator of the Year 2021

Congratulations to Dr. Marina Reinecke, who is named the 2021 CPD Medicine University of Manitoba Educator of the Year for her work in creating and implementing effective educational sessions in the discipline of addictions medicine to healthcare providers across Manitoba.

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Frequently Asked Questions

COVID-19 - Vaccination Policy

As part of our efforts to ensure the health and safety of our community, staff, students and faculty, and in alignment with University of Manitoba policy, effective September 21, 2021 anyone visiting the Bannatyne Campus will be required to provide proof of vaccination (vaccination card or QR code) before entering the campus. CPD Event attendees without swipe card access may access the Bannatyne campus via the Brodie Centre main doors, 727 McDermot Avenue from 7:00 am – 5:00 pm. If you do not have a vaccination card or QR code you may still come onto campus for in- person activity; however, you will require a negative asymptomatic test prior to entering. UM requires that masks be worn, and physical distancing to be practiced. Please contact the CPD office regarding any concerns.

COVID-19 - Resources and Recordings

These resources are sourced from experts both within the Province of Manitoba as well as links to external resources that will be of interest to health practitioners seeking guidance in information about the Covid-19 virus including epidemiology, clinical course, testing, treatment and links to research.

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I attended an event. How do I get my certificate?

Sign into your account using the Log In link at the top right.

Once you are logged in choose My Account from the top menu, and then select My Event Registrations and Certificates from the right sidebar menu. You can then generate a receipt and certificate for any of your past courses.

Thank you for attending!

How do I reset my password?

You can reset your password here.

If you do not receive your password reset email within 15 minutes, please check your junk mail or spam folder, since some sensitive filters may inadvertently catch system-generated messages.

If you still can’t log in, please contact us. We make every effort to respond to phone calls and email messages as quickly as possible during weekday business hours.

Why should I update my profile?

All registrants are asked to complete a profile when registering, but it’s also important to keep your profile updated. Your personal information is kept strictly confidential, but accurate, anonymized general information is helpful for us and our speakers in a variety of ways.

A general understanding of the makeup of the audience allows program content to be better tailored to the unique needs of the participants. Simply put, speakers like to know who they’re presenting to. Our department also undertakes research into the effectiveness of our CPD programs, and anonymous demographic data is essential for this work. Finally, your profile is part of your learner record, linked to the certificates that are your proof of attendance for credit. We take this record keeping on your behalf very seriously.

You can update your profile under My Account –> Account Profile in the menus at the top right when you are logged in.

I've registered for an event and can't attend. Can I get a refund?

Yes! We are happy to refund your registration fees upon request, less $50 for administrative costs, up to 14 days prior to the event.

You may be able to view the event later – whenever possible, recordings are made available for participants to view after the event.

You can also transfer your registration to a different session of that event at no charge, provided there is an alternate session and space in the alternate session is available.

Please contact us.

No refunds will be given after the event date has passed.

Do I need to print a ticket?

No ticket is required. We know you’re coming!

Simply check in with your name at the event’s registration table and we’ll record your attendance.

Are you able to accommodate dietary restrictions?

Our meals are served buffet-style, so we are typically only able to accommodate gluten-free (on request, IN ADVANCE) and vegetarian options. Since we use a variety of caterers, we are unable to provide information about specific ingredients/allergens.

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