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Program and Conference Management

Learn how the CPD team can help manage your upcoming program or conference.

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Faculty Development

Discover resources and find out about best practices in program identification, design, development, delivery and measurement.

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Program Development

Our Education Consultants can work with you to create the most effective program for your target market.

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Quick-Tips for Program Directors

An overivew of policies, procedures and tips for creating, planning and implementing your next academic program or conference.

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Important Information and Documents

Sponsorship Policy

Ensuring that there is no bias, or the perception of potential bias in an accredited event is one of your/the event director's responsibilities. For more information on how to best meet ethical accreditation standards.

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Disclosure Policy

Ensure all speakers and planning committee members complete the disclosure form. All sections must be completed (indicating conflict or no conflict of interest).

Disclosure Declaration (PDF)

Conflict of Interest

Accredited for CFPC Mainpro+? Organizers and presenters must take steps that would allow participants to make independent judgments on the relationships identified and management strategies employed to deal with any conflicts of interest.

Slide Template (PPT) / CFPC Quick Tips (PDF)

CPD Blog

Competency-Blog

An Update to Curriculum Design

Competency Based Medical Education (CBME) is an outcomes-based approach to the design, implementation, assessment and evaluation of a medical education program. Using competencies as the organizing framework, a learner-centered curriculum is designed. The American Council for Graduate Medical Education and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada recommend that all post-graduate training programs […]

2016 CPD Annual Report

Moving Forward: CPD 2016 Annual Report

We’re excited to share our new annual report for the 2016 academic year! This annual report presents CPD’s stories of leadership, innovations, scholarship and engagement with our community. Throughout 2016, we continued to work towards our vision of improving health through innovation in education. Some highlights include: Continued innovation through endeavours such as the Inaugural […]

DiabetesBlog

Diverse Community Gathering in April for Diabetes Update

The Banting & Best Diabetes Centre (BBDC) Diabetes Update conference has been providing healthcare professionals information on the latest treatments for Diabetes over the past decades. The BBDC Diabetes Update 2017 conference will be held on April 21st at the Hilton Toronto Hotel. Conference Chair Dr. Rene Wong, lead for professional development at the BBDC, […]

Competency-Blog

An Update to Curriculum Design

Competency Based Medical Education (CBME) is an outcomes-based approach to the design, implementation, assessment and evaluation of a medical education program. Using competencies as the organizing framework, a learner-centered curriculum is designed. The American Council for Graduate Medical Education and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada recommend that all post-graduate training programs […]

MyGOALSBlog

MYGOALS: Gathering the Gynaecological Community

CPD is pleased and excited to announce the first annual Multi-Disciplinary Gynecologic Oncology Annual Lecture Series (MyGOALS) Program. The program will be held on March 31st at the Omni King Edward Hotel, Toronto. Over the past year Program Directors, Drs. Taymaa May and Stephanie Lheureux from the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, have been working with […]

AwardWinners

Celebrating Excellence at CPD – 2015-2016 Award Winners

Celebrating Excellence at CPD – 2015-2016 Award Winners CPD has eight annual Awards in Continuing Education that recognize excellence in research, scholarship, innovation, teamwork and long term commitment to continuing education for faculty at the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. This year seven awards were distributed. We are pleased to share the names and […]

ACPACBlog

ACPAC – A Decade of Innovation in Arthritis Care

In 10 years, the Advanced Clinician Practitioner in Arthritis Care (ACPAC) Program has seen its reach extend from coast to coast. The hybrid academic and clinical training program has received acclaim for preparing experienced physical therapists, occupational therapists, and nurses to expand their respective practice roles in the diagnosis and management of patients with arthritis. […]

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CPD’s New Registration System

CPD is excited to announce it is adopting a new registration system effective March 8th. The new system, Destiny One, is a learner-centric platform that was built from the ground up to serve the unique needs of non-traditional learners. The platform helps continuing education offices provide world-class customer service for programs and conferences through streamlining […]

2016 CPD Annual Report

Moving Forward: CPD 2016 Annual Report

We’re excited to share our new annual report for the 2016 academic year! This annual report presents CPD’s stories of leadership, innovations, scholarship and engagement with our community. Throughout 2016, we continued to work towards our vision of improving health through innovation in education. Some highlights include: Continued innovation through endeavours such as the Inaugural […]

opioids-blog

Coordinated Response Required to Solve Opioid Crisis

It is undeniable that we are in the midst of a national opioid crisis. Canada is experiencing unprecedented increases in prescriptions for opioids and consequently the number of associated harms, including death. Thus, the need for improved opioid prescriber education – training that is comprehensive, rational and coordinated – is of paramount importance. The potential […]

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Infants in Northern Canada Face the Highest Rates of Respiratory Infection in the World

Courtesy University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine Author: Liam Mitchell Providing antibody to infants could prove lifesaving Infants in Canada’s north are facing alarming rates of respiratory infection, but providing an antibody to all infants will prevent hundreds of hospitalizations of babies in the Arctic and save hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. In […]

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All Eyes On the Future of Medicine

The Walter Wright Symposium has been around since before The Beatles came to America. Now in its 56th year, the event continues to uphold an old tradition of new discoveries. Though the symposium has served as a significant educational purpose in the past, its focus lies in present and upcoming innovations. The 2016 theme is […]