Canadian Breast Cancer Symposium Returns In Online Form June 18

The Canadian Breast Cancer Symposium returns as a one-day digital event on June 18 with a variety of engaging sessions that aim to foster a multidisciplinary, personalized approach to breast cancer management. The symposium provides a comprehensive review of the many facets of breast cancer, while facilitating communication and collaboration among those treating breast cancer […]

IDEAS Foundations of Quality Improvement is back in June

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The IDEAS Foundations of Quality Improvement program returns in June in a fully digital format. This program provides participants with the knowledge and tools to effectively participate in and contribute to quality improvement projects within or across health care organizations. This year’s digital program includes a three-hour asynchronous online component followed by two half-day live […]

North American Refugee Health Conference returns this September

The North American Refugee Health Conference (NARHC) is the largest interdisciplinary conference in the world. Its primary purpose is to promote the health of refugee populations during the continuum of their flight, migration, and resettlement by assembling multidisciplinary experts in research, education, advocacy and clinical practice. This year’s conference will be held from September 9-11, […]

Centering EDI in Medical Research

New series starts March 18, 2021 - Register Today!

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CPD’s new 10-part digital series: Centering EDI in Medical Research, promotes the integration of EDI-related considerations in research design and practices to achieve a more equitable, diverse and inclusive health care system. Led by academics, clinician-scientists, EDI practitioners and social justice advocates, the series examines various aspects of current and emerging priorities in health care […]

The New CPC (HC) Credential

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CPD is pleased to announce a formal designation for those engaged professionally in the discipline of CPD and in creating CPD programs: the Certified Professional in CPD (Healthcare) (CPC (HC)) credential. Awarded by the Coalition for Physician Learning and Practice Improvement, the CPC (HC) recognizes the achievement of those engaged in CPD as leaders, program […]

Paediatric Dermatology Three-Part Webinar Series now underway!

A skin condition can affect children differently than it does adults, with some conditions being unique to that group. For this reason, health care professionals in this field must stay current with the latest developments in paediatric dermatology to safely and effectively assess and treat infants and children with dermatological concerns. The inaugural SickKids Paediatric […]

Go Beyond the Basics of Educating in an Online Environment

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The previous year demonstrated the need for nearly all professions to have a solid grasp of technical skills as a result of the global pandemic. Those working in education were required to quickly transition to teaching in an online environment. This shift has made the need for expertise in utilizing education technology essential in today’s […]

Strengthening the Patient-Practitioner Relationship with Narrative-Based Medicine

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Knowingly, and unknowingly, many stories are told in medicine–a patient tells a story about their symptom or concern and their practitioner responds with a remedy and treatment plan, creating a narrative. Understanding how to listen, give feedback, and ultimately gain insight from reflection, more effectively addresses patients’ needs and concerns, and thereby practitioner fulfillment. Offered […]

Canada’s Largest Indigenous Health Conference Highlights Youth this December

Health care professionals play a critical role in advocating for the improved status of individuals, families, and communities. As these workers engage with different populations, they need the knowledge on the practices, health issues and barriers that may jeopardize optimal outcomes. The Indigenous Health Conference (IHC) provides one such forum. The 4th biennial IHC will […]

One-Day Digital Conference to Explore Updates and Practical Approaches in Breast Pathology

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Breast cancer continues to be one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers among Canadian women, with an estimate of 25% of new cases in 2020 alone[1]. This requires those in the field of breast pathology to remain up-to-date with the latest information. Join us on October 30, 2020 for the Pathology Update, on our digital […]