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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. Note: the skills workshops are not included in the annual fee.
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. To register singly, please look for the individual sessions listed chronologically.
Please refer to our Annual Brochure (available soon) for a complete list of all upcoming CPD events for 2018-19.
Topics may be subject to change.
NOTE: Refunds less a $35 administration fee will be given if requested 14 days or more prior to each session date.
OCTOBER 12 – DERMATOLOGY DETAIL: GOING MORE THAN SKIN DEEP
Common Pediatric Rashes | Skin Malignancies – Approach to Identification and Management in the Clinic | Genital Lesions – A Practical Approach to Diagnoses and Management in the Office| Acne – Therapeutic Strategies in Primary Care | Name That Rash (Dermatologic Emergencies and Urgencies)
NOVEMBER 2 – OFFICE EMERGENCIES FOR COUNTRY AND URBAN PRACTITIONERS
Hypertensive Emergencies | Acute Asthma | Anaphylaxis | The Severed Digit | Status Epilepticus | Dental Injuries
DECEMBER 14 – MENTAL HEALTH DAY
ADHD | Suicidal Ideation | Substance-Induced Mental Health Presentations | Childhood Trauma and Mental Health | Mood Disorders Update | PTSD
JANUARY 11 – PEDIATRICS: THE BUILDING BLOCKS
Developmental Disorders (Autism) | Hip Dysplasia | Child Abuse | Sleep Throughout the Ages | Food Introduction and Allergies | Normal Child Development
FEBRUARY 1 – ADVANCES IN WOMEN’S HEALTH
Medical Abortion | Perinatal Risk Management in Rural Areas | HRT | Intra and Postpartum Depression | Lactation Support and Management
MARCH 1 – BRAINS, BONES, AND BRUISES: COMMON MSK AND SPORTS MEDICINE INJURIES
Diagnosis and Management of Acute and Chronic Low Back Pain | Post-Concussion Syndrome and Return to Play Protocol | In-Office Physiotherapy | Common Hand and Wrist Injuries | Common Non-Traumatic Food Problems
APRIL 5 – OTITIS, TINNITUS, AND SINUSITIS: ENT SPOTLIGHT
Otorrhea | Non-allergic Rhinitis | Vertigo | Management of the Paralyzed Face | Atypical Facial Pain, Neck Pain, Ear Pain | HPV Oropharyngeal Cancer | Hyperparathyroidism | Thyroid Nodules | Important Pediatric Issues in ENT
JUNE 7 – THE STREETWISE PRACTITIONER: NAVIGATING PRESCRIPTION DRUG USE AND ABUSE
Debate Benzodiazepines | CPSM Opioid Prescribing Standard | Tapering Opioids: When and How? | Opioid use Disorder | Basics of ORT and Resources for Patients
New this year – all University of Manitoba CPD events are automatically available to all MBTelehealth sites.
- Reserve your location through the coordinator at your preferred site prior to registering for the event.
- Register online at cpd-umanitoba.com. Only paid registrants can receive credits and access speakers’ presentations post-event.
This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by the CPD Medicine Program, University of Manitoba for a maximum of 4.5 hours.
Participants should only claim credit for the actual number of hours attended.
The University of Manitoba CPD Medicine Program is fully accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Continuing Medical Education (CACME).