Online Guide for Quick ICU Training – COVID-19

Quick ICU Training

In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, many physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals may need to upskill, renew, or review their knowledge and skills for redeployment to critical care. In collaboration with clinicians, educators, and scientists from the University of Toronto and the Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network (TAHSN), the Critical Care Education Pandemic […]

Award-Winning CPD Program Returns for 2020

Are you interested in promoting excellence, innovation, and change in continuing education initiatives for health professionals? Considering career advancement in CPD? Apply for CPD’s award-winning program, Leading and Influence Change in CPD! This certificate program will provide participants with valuable management and leadership skills and the tools necessary to lead continuing education initiatives for health […]

Breast Imaging Conference to Explore Diagnosis & Management of Breast Diseases

New technologies have the potential to change the way we approach, diagnose, and manage breast diseases. For example, researchers from the Lawson Institute in London, Ontario have been investigating whether digital breast tomosynthesis, a type of 3D imaging, can better detect abnormalities in breast tissue compared to conventional 2D mammograms. A trial is currently taking […]

2020 Update in Dentistry Asks: How Are You Dealing With Changes in Dentistry?

The field of dentistry is constantly evolving as new guidelines and technologies are introduced and developed. In order to provide the best care for patients, it is vital for clinicians to understand the rationale behind the new guidelines and how they relate to traditional older ones. The 2020 Update in Dentistry conference will address this […]

Toronto Anesthesia Conference to Explore New Paradigms in Perioperative Anesthesia

As perioperative physicians, anesthesiologists play a critical role before, during, and after a patient’s surgical procedure. Their role extends beyond the operating room as well; for Sunnybrook Magazine, Shannon Moneo writes: “Anesthesiologists are. . .helping ease the anxiety and discomfort many patients feel before surgery, delivering highly specific pain control, cutting down on the side […]

Toronto Head and Neck Imaging Symposium Returns in March

The 2020 Toronto Head and Neck Imaging Symposium is a structured review of common clinical entities that are encountered in both community and tertiary radiology practices as related to head and neck disease. Topics for this year’s symposium will include: A detailed review of cross-sectional anatomy of the major components of the head and neck […]

Toronto Cataract Conference to Review Important Topics in Cataract Surgery

Cataracts affect 95 million people globally and 2.5 million Canadians, and in North America, over 4 million people undergo cataract surgery each year; these numbers will likely grow as the population ages. It is estimated that by the age of 80 more than 50% of Canadians will have had a cataract or cataract surgery. This […]

Update in Emergency Medicine Returns to Whistler in February

Due to the nature of their field, emergency medicine healthcare workers possess comprehensive medical knowledge and a wide range of skills. As stated by the Canadian Medical Association, “emergency physicians must be prepared to treat patients of all ages and a nearly infinite variety of ­­­conditions and degrees of illness – often before a definite […]

Cardiovascular-Diabetes Symposium Returns This Month

Diabetes is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease. According to Diabetes Canada, people with diabetes may develop heart disease 15 years earlier than those without diabetes and are 3 times more likely to die of heart disease. In order to better manage and treat at-risk patients, it is critical for clinicians to understand this […]

BPAO Annual Health Symposium returns for 2020

Join us on February 29th, 2020 for the Black Physicians’ Association of Ontario (BPAO) Annual Health Symposium. The day long symposium covers a wide range of health issues with a focus on diseases or determinants of health that disproportionately or differentially affect Ontario’s minority groups. It is also used as a forum to highlight successful […]