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Faculty Development

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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

Top 5 Reasons to Attend CPD Programs and Conferences

CPD’s learning opportunities are forums where you can learn from and network with experts through presentations, panel discussions and workshops. Here are 5 reasons why you should attend: #5: You’re establishing a network. The Harvard Business review recently released an article entitled “How to Get the Most Out of a Conference”. It mentioned that one […]

CPD Alumni Weekend Workshop: Wellness for Healthcare Professionals

Who is responsible for your health anyways? At the recent Canadian Conference on Physician Health in Ottawa, Dr. Allan Peterkin, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the University of Toronto, highlighted the lack of focus on pleasure and happiness in physician training and work. He noted that while there is a strong focus […]

Pathology Update Welcomes Dr. Rish K. Pai

This November, Pathologists of various specialties will descend on Toronto to explore practical and emerging issues in Gastro-Intestinal and Pancreato-Hepato-Biliary Pathology. While the annual Pathology Update conference is set to feature a selection of talented researchers and speakers from U of T’s Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, this year’s installment will kick off with […]

Top 5 Reasons to Attend CPD Programs and Conferences

CPD’s learning opportunities are forums where you can learn from and network with experts through presentations, panel discussions and workshops. Here are 5 reasons why you should attend: #5: You’re establishing a network. The Harvard Business review recently released an article entitled “How to Get the Most Out of a Conference”. It mentioned that one […]

Dr. Benjamin Yeh to lead Abdominal and Pelvic Imaging Discussion at Organ Imaging Conference

For over three decades, the University of Toronto and the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) have partnered to run a practical radiology review program highlighting updates and advances in diagnostic imaging in various modalities. This year’s installment will continue in that tradition, highlighting pediatric imaging, neuroradiology and abdominal and pelvic imaging. Abominal Imaging specialist Dr. […]

Practical Solutions to Common Problems in Arthritis Care

Addressing arthritis care options is more important now than ever! Currently, over 4.6 million Canadians aged 15 years and older report having arthritis. This number is predicted to rise to 7 million Canadians by 2031. For this reason, it is important for Primary Care Clinicians to discuss and develop a concise approach to the assessment […]

Toronto Neurology Update: Improving Patient Assessment

It is estimated that 1 billion people worldwide are affected by neurological disease and disorders, making it the leading cause of disability in the world. Since neurological diseases are so prevalent, it is important that neurologists discuss and construct a framework for identifying and describing individuals with neurological impairment. The upcoming Toronto Neurology Update provides […]

Multidisciplinary Gynecologic Oncology Lecture Series to Advance Clinical Care

It is estimated that over a million new cases and a half million deaths annually are due to gynecological cancers worldwide. Since each gynecologic cancer has distinct risk factors, signs, symptoms and prognosis, it is important for the gynecologic oncology community to develop a better understanding of the current challenges, needs and developments in this […]

Health & Humanities Program calling for submissions to Year-Long Workshop

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 […]

5th Annual Burn Care Conference to Explore Innovations through Research

The Canadian Burn Network Conference has established itself as the country’s premier burn care meeting for a range of professionals by addressing one of the true multidisciplinary challenges. Since its inception, the meeting has offered a concurrent program geared specifically towards first responders, appealing well beyond the domain of healthcare specialists. The meeting returns to […]

Medical Record Keeping Workshop Announces 2018 Dates

If healthcare is a body, then record keeping is the blood. It’s best when it’s not seen, and it is essential when it comes to keeping the whole system alive. But how does one effectively maintain records and ensure that they serve their ultimate purpose (being to benefit the patient)? How does keeping good records […]

Developing and Implementing Programs with Impact

For healthcare professionals, medical education is changing and evolving rapidly in response to an increasingly complex healthcare environment. This complexity requires leaders who can develop the necessary strategic initiatives to advance lifelong learning for healthcare professionals to support and encourage high functioning health care systems. To facilitate the development of these leaders, CPD offers several […]