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UM Bannatyne: Basic Medical Sciences Building: Room-Frederic Gaspard Theatre
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This series consists of eight (8) full day sessions held on site at the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences. The sessions are targeted toward urban family physicians, Royal College fellows, and other primary care health providers. Fridays at the University offers approximately 44 hours of high value, impactful lectures and skills workshops throughout the academic year.
Annual Registrants may attend any/all of the eight sessions below and in doing so, earn up to 36 credits. If you do not wish to register as an annual registrant, a single session ticket is available for each session date.
Please refer to our Annual Brochure for a complete list of all upcoming CPD events for 2017-18.
*Denotes a CFPC 99 priority topic in Family Medicine
Topics subject to change
NOTE: No refunds will be given for annual fees. Individual session fee refunds less a $35 administration fee will be given if requested 14 days or more prior to each session date.
OCTOBER 13, 2017 HOT TOPICS IN PRIMARY CARE
To Vape or Not to Vape*/Complications of Chronic THC Use | Navigating the New Opioid Guidelines* | MAID – One Year Later | Complementary Medicine – What Is the Evidence?* | Infant Jaundice – Know What to Do*
Brochure: Brochure Hot Topics Oct 13
NOVEMBER 10, 2017 RENAL FOR THE BUSY CLINICIAN
Hematuria | Acute Kidney Injury* | Electrolyte Imbalance – Management Considerations | Renal Transplant – Updates | Chronic Kidney Disease*
Poster: Renal_Poster Nov 10 2017
DECEMBER 1, 2017 TRENDS & CHALLENGES IN VIROLOGY
Are We Ready for the Next Pandemic? | Immunizations for Immigrants | Upper Respiratory Tract Infections* | Identifying Common Viral Exanthems* | Viral Ocular Conditions
Poster: Virology Brochure 2 page
JANUARY 12, 2018 ONCOLOGY DAY
Breast Problems: Clinical and Radiologic Evaluations | Could This Be Vulvar Cancer?* | 38.3 + 60 | How Can the Navigation Services Help Your Patient? | What We Need to Know About Lymphoma
Brochure: Oncology Day Brochure
FEBRUARY 2, 2018 ADVANCES IN CHRONIC CARE
Peripheral Vascular Disease Primary Care Evaluation and When to Refer | Dyspepsia Reflux Disease and H pylori – Management and When is Endoscopy Needed? | 2017 Pharmacotherapy Update in COPD – When To Use What Device | Contemporary Approaches to the Assessment and Management of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease | Review of the 2017 Canadian Cardiovascular Society Guidelines for the Management of Congestive Heart Failure: Pearls for Primary Care
MARCH 2, 2018 – NEUROLOGY UPDATE
Medical Complications of Spinal Cord Injury | New Management of Migraine* | Spot the Movement Disorder* | Management of Multiple Sclerosis in Primary Care | Approach to Localization in Clinical Neurology
Brochure (two page): NeurologyUpdate_Brochure_Mar2
APRIL 6, 2018 – A PATIENT PRESENTS WITH A RED AND PAINFUL EYE: WHAT DO YOU DO?
Help! My Retina is Detaching!! | Don’t Be Stumped By the Eyelid Bump | OMG I Can’t See! Sudden Vision Loss | Snotty Kids and Sticky Eyes | Red Eyes: Diagnoses You Should Not Miss
Brochure (two page): Ophthamology Brochure Apr 6 2018:
JUNE 1, 2018 – WHAT TO DO WITH WHAT LIES UNDER THE DRESSING? A PRIMER ON WOUND CARE
A multidisciplinary presentation will address a broad range of topics ranging from understanding the evidence to the psychology of chronic disease. The program will be fast-paced, with multiple opportunities for audience engagement. Presentations will also address such important topics as vascular assessment, wound microbiology, pressure relief, and diagnosing and managing rashes, blistering and malignant wounds. The day will be wrapped up with a 45-minute session consisting of interactive case discussions.