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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.

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CPD Blog

Celebrating Excellence at CPD – 2016-2017 Award Winners

Each year, CPD recognizes 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 accomplishments of the 2016-2017 winners. Congratulations! Fred Fallis Award in Distance Education Recognizes an […]

Marketing innovation a ‘win’ for CPD learners

CPD’s innovative programming is at the pulse of healthcare education. Between multidisciplinary conferences like the Indigenous Health Conference – with a biennial attendance of over 600, specialized lab-based cadaveric workshops like TaTME and dynamic webinar series like Safer Opioid Prescribing, CPD continues to serve the changing needs of our diverse health care community. Innovation in […]

CPD and DMI Announce return of Radiology Programming this Spring

Radiology continues to be an evolving and critical aspect in the screening and diagnosis of disease utilized by a range of healthcare professionals. As such, it is crucial for technologists, surgeons, pathologists, advanced nurse practitioners and other specialists to keep abreast of how its applications can improve patient outcomes. To this end, The Department of […]

Biennial Foot & Ankle Symposium: Innovation in Orthopaedic Surgery

In 2016, a new kind of ankle replacement surgery was performed in Canada by Dr. Timothy Daniels, one of the co-chairs of the Canadian Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Symposium. Alongside two other orthopaedic surgeons, Dr. Daniels was involved in the research and development of the Cadence Total Ankle System — the new system that was […]

Update in General Surgery Returns for 58th Year

General surgeons are well-equipped to perform an array of procedures due to their role in diagnosing and treating surgical conditions affecting almost any area of the body, including breast, abdomen, head and neck, and the gastrointestinal system. The ability to treat a broad spectrum of surgical conditions provides general surgeons with a unique skill set […]

Anesthesia Symposium to Explore Current Delusions and Misconceptions

Anesthesiologists play an extremely vital role in the surgical process and patient care, as they attend to patients before, during, and after surgery in order to ensure safety and pain relief. Thus, it remains essential for all anesthesiologists to be aware of any misconceptions or developments within the field. The theme of the 2018 Toronto […]

Celebrating Excellence at CPD – 2016-2017 Award Winners

Each year, CPD recognizes 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 accomplishments of the 2016-2017 winners. Congratulations! Fred Fallis Award in Distance Education Recognizes an […]

Health Arts & Humanities Announces More Programming for Spring 2018

A growing amount of research is demonstrating that healthcare professionals who seek out exposure to the humanities and arts-based learning are able to improve their capacity to think critically and augment creativity into their work with patients. The community of researchers, educators, and others interested in exploring these perspectives in health professions education now have […]

Surgical Ethics Program Returning June 2018

The Toronto Surgical Ethics Program offers surgeons of all levels a platform to understand, discuss, and manage ethical issues that arise in surgical practice. Program Directors Drs. Karen Devon, Mark Camp and Ryan Snelgrove are planning to continue in that tradition with this year’s event program in June. Register Now Key Information Event Date Friday, […]

Marketing innovation a ‘win’ for CPD learners

CPD’s innovative programming is at the pulse of healthcare education. Between multidisciplinary conferences like the Indigenous Health Conference – with a biennial attendance of over 600, specialized lab-based cadaveric workshops like TaTME and dynamic webinar series like Safer Opioid Prescribing, CPD continues to serve the changing needs of our diverse health care community. Innovation in […]

Indigenous Health Conference works to address healthcare inequities

Within Canada, there are major inequities between the health of Indigenous peoples versus the health of the general population. Statistics show that Canada’s Indigenous population experiences chronic illnesses, such as diabetes and heart disease, at a much higher rate than the non-Indigenous population. Consequently, their life expectancies are approximately 5-7 years shorter than their non-Indigenous […]

Health Arts & Humanities Program Announcements – Spring 2018

A growing amount of research is demonstrating that healthcare professionals who seek out exposure to the humanities and arts-based learning are able to improve their capacity to think critically and augment creativity into their work with patients. The community of researchers, educators, and others interested in exploring these perspectives in health professions education now have […]