Brandon Primary Care Fall Conference 2019

The Prairie Mountain Health Region is again collaborating with U of M CPD Medicine to offer two popular conferences (in the Fall and Spring) designed to meet learning needs identified by primary care providers in Brandon and surrounding areas. Sessions include a wide range of timely and challenging topics relevant to physicians working in outpatient…

Virtual Connection – Opioid Agonist Therapy 101 Introduction to Clinical Practice April 23 and 24 2020

WORKSHOP WILL BE DELIVERED VIA VIRTUAL CONNECTION Each participant will be virtually connected and will be able to actively ask questions and participate in the training session. 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…

How to Listen Like a Poet (Narrative Medicine Series) – In Person and Webinar – September 18, 2019

How to Listen like a Poet (Narrative Medicine Series) Description: This session will involve listening to a recording of a poem several times and responding to it with reflective writing. Discussion and sharing of work will follow. Learning Objectives develop close listening skills practice reflective writing see how narrative medicine relates to clinical practice Sponsored…

59th Annual Manitoba Orthopaedic Symposium 2019

Description The annual Manitoba Orthopaedic Symposium provides a forum for discussion of the latest management of orthopaedic problems. The topics are designed to appeal to a broad audience and to include all aspects of non-operative and operative musculoskeletal care and rehabilitation. It is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and abilities of those participants who…

Fridays at the University Bannatyne Campus Program 2019 to 2020

This session will be available by online only – Stay tuned for updated information   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…

POSTPONED, stay tuned for future date – Restorative Techniques for Dental Hygienists April 27 to May 15 2020

 Course Description Designed specifically for dental hygienists, participants of this course will acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to place technically-sound and clinically acceptable dental restorations using a variety of restorative materials. In preparation for the course, registrants must complete a six-week self-study period using the required textbook and laboratory manual. Participants will receive prepared…