Opioid Agonist Therapy 101 Introduction to Clinical Practice June 18 and 19 2020 Interlake and Whiteshell MB

Broad Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will: Have acquired the prerequisite knowledge to initiate and monitor patients on methadone and/or buprenorphine/naloxone. Be able to demonstrate basic decision making skills essential to providing or dispensing safe and effective opioid agonist therapy. Be able to explore the value of sensitivity, understanding and commitment…

Virtual Connection Opioid Agonist Therapy 101 Introduction to Clinical Practice May 28 and 29 2020

Broad Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will: Have acquired the prerequisite knowledge to initiate and monitor patients on methadone and/or buprenorphine/naloxone. Be able to demonstrate basic decision making skills essential to providing or dispensing safe and effective opioid agonist therapy. Be able to explore the value of sensitivity, understanding and commitment…

POSTPONED: FACULTY Teaching Improvement Programs TIPs – May 13 and 14, 2020

Description: Teaching Improvement Programs (TIPs) is an intensive two-day workshop which includes presentations, discussions and individual work. The workshop content is grounded in educational theory which is applicable across all disciplines and specializations. A practical and focused approach is taken to incorporate theory into practice so that participants complete the workshop with knowledge and skills…

Incorporating Active Learning in Your Classroom (In Person and Webinar) – January 28, 2020

Description: Active learning is a broad term representing various ways that instructors can enhance student learning by making students active participants in their own learning.  In health professions education, active learning is valued, as it can facilitate the development of important skills, such as team work, critical thinking/clinical reasoning, and communication.  In this workshop, we’ll…

Writing for Your Professional Life: Developing Your Teaching Philosophy Statement (WEBINAR) – March 25, 2020

Description: The Office of Educational and Faculty Development is offering a writing skills workshop for the purpose of assisting faculty in developing the narrative components of their academic dossiers and portfolios.  In this interactive workshop, participants will receive specific tools, guidance and support as they define their teaching philosophy. After completing this workshop, participants will…

Opioid Agonist Therapy 101 Introduction to Clinical Practice March 12 and 13 2020 Norway House Cross Lake MB

Workshop Cancelled Broad Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will: Have acquired the prerequisite knowledge to initiate and monitor patients on methadone and/or buprenorphine/naloxone. Be able to demonstrate basic decision making skills essential to providing or dispensing safe and effective opioid agonist therapy. Be able to explore the value of sensitivity, understanding…

POSTPONED Trauma Resuscitation in Kids TRIK April 26 and 27 2020

POSTPONED – STAY TUNED FOR FUTURE DATES   This two-day course starts with a review of the primary and secondary surveys and initial resuscitation including ample time to practice applying concepts learned. Delivery of the course consists of team-based high-fidelity simulation sessions, which are interspersed with short, small group, interactive case-based or didactic sessions and…

SimART for the Rural Physician December 18 2019

Description: – 7 rural focused emergency cases. – Lectures/Debriefs following each case – Practice procedures during cases as well as a dedicated session following cases (Chest Tube, IO, Cricothyroidotomy, Intubation with adjuncts, Central Lone Insertion) Objectives: 1) Organize a team approach to the resuscitation of a simulated critically ill patient. 2) Apply leadership skills in…

Teaching Online – January 13 – April 9, 2020

Description: Thinking of delivering courses online? Curious about how it feels to teach and learn in this type of setting? OEFD’s Teaching Online course can help you adapt your face to face classroom experience to these types of courses. Develop skills by working through an online course firsthand as part of a cohort of learners.…

Opioid Agonist Therapy 101 Introduction to Clinical Practice Brandon MB

Broad Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will: Have acquired the prerequisite knowledge to initiate and monitor patients on methadone and/or buprenorphine/naloxone. Be able to demonstrate basic decision making skills essential to providing or dispensing safe and effective opioid replacement therapy. Be able to explore the value of sensitivity, understanding and commitment…