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May 24 - 26, 2019 | CME 12.50 | Nanaimo, British Columbia
British Columbia (BC) Rural Health Conference (RHC) 2019 is organized by University of British Columbia Continuing Professional Development (UBC CPD) and will be held from May 24 - 26, 2019 at Vancouver Island Conference Centre, Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. Target Audience: Rural Physicians, Family Physicians, Emergency Physicians, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Midwives, Paramedics, PTs/OTs, Residents & Students. Accreditation: • 12.5 Mainpro+ Credits • 12.5 MOC Section 1 Credits Coure Description : The conference offers accredited learning on rurally-relevant clinical sessions and workshops. Designed by rural physicians, this event is facilitated and taught by BC physicians and provides practitioners with the opportunity to network, share knowledge, update and/or learn new skills. Join other rural physicians and allied healthcare professionals from across BC for this rurally-relevant, clinically-based, and fully accredited CME/CPD program Conference Highlights: • Interactive group sessions and inter-professional learning opportunities • Hands-on skills workshops (suturing, IUDs, casting, and more!) • Add-on Courses: The CARE Course, CASTED, HOUSE OB Course, and HOUSE EM Course • Rural Locum Forum (May 24) – an accredited half-day program dedicated to locums practicing in rural BC • Presentation of the BC Rural Health Awards • Complimentary childcare available during conference hours • Provider wellness opportunities, including complimentary onsite yoga & stretching sessions, running groups, massage chair services, mini-meditation sessions, and more! • Opportunities to socialize & network with colleagues from across the province and beyond.
May 24 - 25, 2019 | CME 24.00 | USD $3400 | Vancouver, British Columbia
Level 2 - Basic Botulinum Toxin: Cosmetic Upper Face & Pain Management is organized by Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics (PTIFA) and will be held from May 24 - 25, 2019 at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 24 Credits. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Level 1 online (you may register for L1 and L2 at the same time) Conference Description : Level 2 is a comprehensive hands-on botulinum toxin course/certification which introduces practitioners to the cosmetic use of botulinum toxin for the superficial muscles of the upper face (glabella, frontalis, crow’s feet) and the therapeutic use for pain management (migraines, headaches, TMD/bruxism). The course involves an online component, as well a two-day hands-on program in Vancouver, BC. Level 2 also covers the Roberts Facial Rejuvenation Photography series – for improved records and patient care, the PTIFA Cosmetic & Therapeutic Marking Template, the PTIFA Injection Technique, and the PTIFA Injection Rules – to achieve no negative side effects. During this course, a separate training program – Botox and the Influential Team – is run concurrently for auxiliary staff. This part of the program is crucial to successful practice integration and cross trains your team on how to speak to patients about botulinum toxin treatment, how to take the Roberts Facial Rejuvenation Photography series, how to reconstitute & load syringes, billing, marketing, etc. By the end of the course, Practitioners and Team Members will have all of the tools and training necessary to start integrating botulinum toxin into their practice. Course Topics : • Research Articles Supporting Therapy • Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Mechanism of Action • Preparation, Dosage, and Procedure • Practical Pearls Conference Objectives : • Understand how to inject botulinum toxin (aka Botox/Dysport) to achieve predictable cosmetic results in the upper face. • Understand how to inject botulinum toxin (aka Botox/Dysport) to achieve predictable therapeutic results for pain management (migraines/headaches/TMD/bruxism). • Gain extensive hands-on experience integration/clinical applications marking each other after precise anatomical landmark identification on the skull and cadaver. • Develop a deep understanding of how to improve patient care with botulinum toxin – both therapeutically and cosmetically. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 25 - 26, 2019 | CME 8.00 | Hamilton, Ontario
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Course 2019 is organized by McMaster University and will be held from May 25 - 26, 2019 at McMaster University Medical Centre, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The target audience for this medical event is Physicians, Residents, Interns, Nurses, RN (EC)’s, IMGs, PGY1, All Other Health Professionals. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of 8 Mainpro+ credits. Pre-Requisites: • BCLS certification is mandatory. Only a Heart & Stroke HSFO certificate will be accepted. Please bring your BCLS card to be checked upon arrival at the course. • All participants must have a good understanding of cardiac rhythms, being able to identify the most common arrhythmias. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 26 - 29, 2019 | 17 27.00 | CAD $1600 | Toronto, Ontario
Healthcare Technology | Healthcare Management | Health Care Policy and Research | Health Informatics
e-Health Conference & Tradeshow is organized by International Conference Services Ltd. (ICS) and will be held from May 26 - 29, 2019 at Beanfield Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Join us between May 26 - 29 in the beautiful city of Toronto, Ontario for the e-Health 2019 Conference and Tradeshow, Canada’s largest digital health event. Who Attends the Conference: • e-Health novices and experts • Clinicians, executives, governments, educators, researchers, students, policy-makers, and health delivery organizations • Information and communication technology vendors and consultants • Digital health innovators and entrepreneurs • International delegates Accreditation: CPHIMS-CAs are eligible to earn over 20 Continuing Education (CE) hours to put towards their CPHIMS-CA renewal for attending e-Health 2018. The breakdown is as follows: Up to 4 CE hours for the Sunday Symposium Up to 23 CE hours for the full conference Conference Description: Theme: Celebrate, Grow & Inspire Bold Action in Digital Health The 19th annual e-Health Conference and Tradeshow is Canada’s largest congregation of digital health professionals, offering proactive top-quality learning and an opportunity to network with organizations and people that value quality health information as well as effective integrated system solutions. The conference regularly attracts upwards of 1,500 health professionals, making e-Health an optimal event to share ideas, expertise, successes and challenges with like-minded peers from Canada and beyond. This May, e-Health will continue to deliver in-demand keynote presenters, expert panelists, networking opportunities, social events and leading-edge vendors. One of the greatest perks to the e-Health experience is the education and networking opportunities, with top minds and talent from the digital health community. To facilitate this, e-Health will break down walls and move toward a completely open concept space. By removing barriers between the tradeshow floor, sponsors, exhibits and plenary rooms, delegates will able to move freely between conference sections and ensure they don’t miss a thing. Learning Objectives: Participation in e-Health 2019 will provide all attendees with opportunities to hear and discuss: • Big ideas • Technology solutions • Innovations • New strategies to celebrate, grow & inspire bold action in digital health! Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 26 - 29, 2019 | Toronto, Ontario
e-Health 2019 Conference is organized by Canada Health Infoway / Inforoute Sante du Canada and will be held from May 26 - 29, 2019 at Automotive Building, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Who Attends the Conference: • e-Health novices and experts • Clinicians, executives, governments, educators, researchers, students, policy-makers, and health delivery organizations • Information and communication technology vendors and consultants • Digital health innovators and entrepreneurs • International delegates Why Participate? • Share your ideas, expertise, successes and challenges with colleagues from across Canada and beyond • Meet and learn from other attendees with common interest • Earn CPHIMS-CA and other continuing education credits Learning Objective: Participation in e-Health 2019 will provide all attendees with opportunities to hear and discuss: • Big ideas • Technology solutions • Innovations • New strategies to celebrate, grow & inspire bold action in digital health! Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 29 - 31, 2019 | CAD $360 | Carleton, Prince Edward Island
Access and Healthcare Navigation in Ambulatory Care Conference 2019 is organized by Canadian Association of Ambulatory Care (CAAC) and will be held from May 29 - 31, 2019 at The Delta Prince Edward, Carleton, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 30 - Jun 01, 2019 | Toronto, Ontario
2019 - 18th Annual CAIR Meeting is organized by Canadian Interventional Radiology Association (CIRA) and will be held from May 30 - Jun 01, 2019 at Hilton Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The target audience for this medical event basically for interventional radiologists. Learning Objectives: • Review the diagnosis and management of mesenteric ischemia • Review techniques in venous reconstruction from a worldwide expert • Discuss and learn about the experience of cancer diagnosis and treatment from a patient’s perspective • Review principles and techniques in trauma intervention • Review approaches and techniques in transplant intervention • Discuss the challenges and lessons learned during medical device and product development • Review strategies to optimize locoregional pain control • Discuss the controversy surrounding paclitaxel-coated technology and potential implications on clinical practice • Discuss the development and implementation of an IR stroke program in the community • Review technical approach, hemodynamics and outcomes in portal vein embolization • Review the endovascular management of portal hypertension and utility of TIPS, DIPS and BRTO • Review the most important scientific papers affecting the clinical practice of Interventional Radiology • Discuss and review the multidisciplinary approach to advanced aortic and peripheral arterial interventions • Review the management of type II endoleaks • Review techniques for advanced guidance in EVAR • Review the principles of radiation protection in the angiosuite • Discuss the impact of the IR residency on clinical practice in Canada • Review outcomes in percutaneous and surgical AV fistula creation • Exchange opinions and experience in challenging cases through workshops, debates and panel cases Additional Details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Feeding and Swallowing Disorders in Infancy by by University of British Columbia Continuing Professional Development
May 31 - Jun 01, 2019 | CME 16.00 | USD $500 | Vancouver, British Columbia
Feeding and Swallowing Disorders in Infancy is organized by University of British Columbia Continuing Professional Development (UBC CPD) and will be held from May 31 - Jun 01, 2019 at Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Target Audience: • Physical Therapists • Occupational Therapists • Nurses • Midwives • Speech Language Pathologists • Dieticians • Physicians • Lactation Consultants • Nurse Practitioners Accreditation: • 16.0 Mainpro+ • 16.0 MOC Section 1 credits Course Overview: Robin Glass and Lynn Wolf, Paediatric Occupational Therapists and Lactation Consultants, are traveling to teach this course in Vancouver on feeding and swallowing disorders in infancy on May 31 & June 1 2019! They are both clinical infant specialists, are NDT trained and have faculty roles at the University of Washington. The course features a core day looking at foundational infant feeding skills, including suck-swallow-breathe co-ordination, information regarding bottle and breast feeding for the premature infant, the implications of reflux and more. Past participants note that they have a better understanding of the physiological requirements of safe and effective feeding patterns, and are better equipped to assist those infants who are struggling. We encourage Physiotherapists, Dieticians, Lactation Consultants, Nurses, Midwives, Occupational Therapists, Paediatricians, Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Speech and Language Pathologists to register.
May 31 - Jun 01, 2019 | CME 36.00 | CAD $895 | Rossland, British Columbia
CBT Canada supratentorial medicine - CBT Rossland is organized by Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) Canada and will be held from May 31 - Jun 01, 2019 at Prestige Mountain Resort Rossland, Rossland, British Columbia, Canada. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 36.0 Mainpro+ credits. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jun 01 - 02, 2019 | 83 8.25 | Parksville, British Columbia
Vancouver Island "Top 5 in 10" Emergency Conference is organized by University of British Columbia Continuing Professional Development (UBC CPD) and will be held from Jun 01 - 02, 2019 at Parksville Community Centre, Parksville, British Columbia, Canada. Target Audience: Emergency Physicians, Family Physicians, Critical Care Physicians, ICU Physicians, Registered Nurses, ICU Nurses, Residents & Students Accreditation: 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 has been approved by UBC CPD for up to 8.25 MOC Section 1 Group Learning credits. This program meets the certification criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been certified by UBC CPD for up to 8.25 Mainpro+ Group Learning credits. Each physician should claim only those credits accrued through participation in the activity. Overview: The Vancouver Island “Top 5 in 10” Emergency and Critical Care Conference is the only educational forum designed to meet the growing demands of Emergency and Critical Care practitioners on Vancouver Island. This two day conference will feature speakers on over 25 topics related to Emergency, Critical Care and Family Medicine. Pre-conference Workshops: EPICC: Emergency Practice, Interventions and Care-Canada Course May 30 & May 31 (Thu-Fri), 09:00-16:00 Fees: $377; max 24 spots (nurses only) You can register through https://epicclearning.ca/events/epicc-foundations-parksville-bc/ EPICC uses evidence-based learning and assessment methods to fully engage the adult learner. Theoretical content is learned online before attending the course. The programs use mixed learning methods of small and large group case studies and simulation – there is no powerpoint-style learning at the attended sessions. The programs leverage the “community”…when everyone is together at a course, we believe that learners should be interacting, not watching lectures. The purpose of the course is to provide a standardized approach to the emergency department patient with a variety of presentations. In addition to discussing presenting complaint pathophysiology and standardized treatment, a focus will be placed on rapid plans of care, follow-up assessments and formats to communicate clinical data to other nurses and health care professionals. The intended participants for this course are Registered Nurses working in (or interested in working in) the Emergency Department. Other professions and emergency department staff are welcome to attend the EPICC; however, only Registered Nurses can receive certification in the course. APLS: Advanced Pediatric Life Support Course May 31 (Fri), 08:00-17:30 Fees: Physicians $550; Residents $400; RNs & RTs $400; max 12 spots You can register at the same time as your conference registration Developed by the AAP, APLS focuses on the core knowledge needed to provide care to critically ill and injured children in the emergency department environment. In this one day course, participants will work in teams to complete simulated resuscitations of pediatric patients. Scenarios will attempt to accurately reflect presentations that may be seen in community emergency departments. Emphasis will be on hands on practice in a high fidelity simulated environment. We will be utilizing the Mobile Medical Unit for this course in order to best replicate the clinical environment. This course is ideally suited to clinicians who regularly work in the emergency department and who are comfortable with the material covered in the Heart and Stroke Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) course. APLS is designed to complement but not replace PALS. Most participants find it useful to recertify or review the PALS material before taking APLS. APLS Participants are generally pediatricians, emergency physicians, emergency and pediatric nurses and respiratory therapists. Senior trainees in pediatrics, family practice and emergency medicine are also welcome. Course instruction will be by Physicians and RN’s certified and experienced in Pediatric Critical Care and Resuscitation. We all enjoy working with adult learners and are excited to learn from and with you as we share our experience, tips and knowledge. Course participants will need to complete prereading of the The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Resource, Fifth Edition. Upon registering for the course, participants will receive details about purchasing and accessing textbook material. ACLS-EP: Advanced Cardiac Life Support for the Experienced Provider Course May 31 (Fri), 08:00-17:00 Fees (by Apr 15): Physicians $500; Residents $450; RNs $450; max 18 spots; includes ACLS-EP manual After Apr 15, registrants must purchase their own manual through the Heart & Stroke Foundation You can register at the same time as your conference registration BORED WITH DOING ACLS BUT STILL HAVE TO TAKE IT?? Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support for Experienced Providers (ACLS-EP) is a NEW ACLS renewal program designed primarily for seasoned healthcare providers who manage complex cardiovascular, respiratory, and other emergencies and need to renew their ACLS course completion requirements. The ACLS-EP Course emphasizes a systematic approach to patient care, critical thinking skills and critical decision-making skills and the questions; if you knew the cause of the cardiac arrest, would that change your management approach? If you had this information before the arrest, could you have prevented cardiopulmonary collapse or death? More generally, if you knew the eventual cause of sudden death (eg, acute coronary syndrome), what could you do to create a pathway for prevention and survival? Through didactic instruction and active participation in case-based scenarios, learners will enhance their skills in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiopulmonary prearrest, arrest, and postarrest patients. Intended Audience: This course is designed for seasoned ACLS providers who wish to renew their provider status by using critical decision-making strategies. Physicians and other healthcare professionals who respond to complex cardiovascular, respiratory, and other emergencies are encouraged to attend. Learners are strongly encouraged to evaluate their knowledge and skill level before the course. The ACLS-EP Course is designed to challenge learners in an interactive format, which requires a comprehensive understanding of ACLS algorithms and practice skills.Course emphasis is at the Team Leader level, and minimal time is devoted to didactic material (ie. lectures). A learner who is not up-to-date with the current ACLS materials will have a difficult time keeping up with colleagues. Participants will work through participant selected case based and round table discussions of cardiovascular, respiratory, toxicological, metabolic and Post-Arrest Care. The prerequisites to enroll are current HSF BLS, eligibility to do an ACLS update course, and a score of at least 84 percent on the ACLS-EP entrance exam (a link will be provided in the ACLS-EP manual – the registrant will have two attempts to pass). If students have questions as to whether they are eligible, they can contact the Medical Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. If students are not up-to-date in BLS, they will have the opportunity (as part of the cost) to get BLS skills practice and testing prior to the ACLS-EP course (the morning of the course). It will require them completing an online module first through HSF. Further details can be obtained by contacting the Program Director at email@example.com