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These courses are offered via UM Learn, the University of Manitoba’s online learning portal. Complete the registration process by claiming a free ticket below. You will be emailed additional sign-in instructions.

Topics Specific to Practice in the Personal Care Home Setting During the COVID-19 Pandemic

These webinars are recordings of live educational webinar sessions that focus on topics related to the care of patients in personal care homes (PCH) during the COVID-19 pandemic.

7.0 Mainpro+ credits

SELF LEARNING

MOC SECTION 1

The sessions were presented live to practitioners providing care to PCH residents within the Prairie Mountain Health Region in Manitoba. Sharing links to newly developed COVID-19 resources was a priority. Topics addressed include:

  1. Frailty Assessment
  2. Goals of Care and Serious Illness Conversations
  3. COVID-19 Symptom Management and Chronic Care
  4. Delirium
  5. Behavioral Symptoms of Dementia Complicating Isolation Precautions
  6. What to Expect During an Outbreak in a Personal Care Home

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Fees:

These online modules are complementary, but we have also included two payment options of $10 & $25. The University of Manitoba CPD Medicine unit is funded by ticket sales from our educational events. Your generosity of paying what you can for this event will support CPD, people, processes and infrastructures during this uncertain time. Please select from the Module and payment options below.

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Antimicrobial Stewardship

Offered in cooperation with the University of Waterloo

This series of multimedia modules, directed at community-based practitioners, provides current information about the consequences of use of antimicrobial agents, general principles for antimicrobial stewardship in primary care, as well as strategies to optimize antimicrobial use in a variety of common clinical scenarios.

You will be redirected to the University of Waterloo to complete the registration process. Course cost is $99

Developing Learning Objectives

a Self-Directed, Self-Paced Module for Educators or CPD Planning Committee Members

Essential information for CPD Planning Committee members and educators. Learn to develop objectives for educational sessions that address higher levels of learning. The module focuses on the domains of learning, Bloom’s Taxonomy, elements of objectives, and appropriate verbs to use when writing objectives.

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Moving Forward After Cancer

a Learning Suite for Family Medicine and Oncology Postgraduate Trainees

The Moving Forward After Cancer curriculum addresses a spectrum of issues faced by adults who have survived a cancer diagnosis and describes a collaborative shared-care model for the delivery of follow-up care.

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Resources for Instructor-led Workshop

A Workshop Facilitator Guide and PowerPoint presentation for Moving Forward After Cancer is available for faculty members. This link provides you with all the information you need to present this workshop to your trainees.

CPD Planning Committee Responsibilities

Recommended for all members of Scientific Planning Committees involved in organizing CPD events

Committee members are responsible for ensuring that all CPD event policies, procedures, and accreditation standards are followed throughout all phases of the event planning process. Completing this course will help streamline this process and ensure that your event runs smoothly.

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Helping Yourself and Others in the Workplace

Enjoy life more!

This self-directed, self-paced module will give you an idea of your level of mental fitness and how well you are balancing the different roles in your life. Various strategies to deal with the stresses of life and mental health issues are provided, along with ways to enjoy life more.

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Routine Practices

Apply principles of routine practices in everyday clinical practice

Routine Practices are a set of infection prevention and control practices that healthcare workers use to reduce the transmission of microorganisms (germs) in healthcare settings. Routine Practices protect both healthcare workers and patients/clients/residents from contact with infectious agents. Routine Practices should be used by ALL healthcare workers caring for ALL patients, regardless of whether the patient is known to have a communicable infection.

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