Over 2.5 million Canadians currently live with cataracts; in 2031, this number is projected to reach 5 million. Each year in Canada, over 350,000 cataract surgeries are performed, making it a highly common and important procedure for ophthalmologists. The 2019 Toronto Cataract Conference will feature internationally renowned guest speaker Dr. David F. Chang, who is […]
According to statistics from the American Heart Association, adults with diabetes are 2-4 times more likely to die from heart disease than adults without. Approximately 68% of diabetics above the age of 65 will die from some form of heart disease. Poor diabetes management can lead to abnormal cholesterol levels and high blood glucose levels […]
Everybody’s skin is different, so it is not surprising that the same skin conditions may be recognized and treated differently depending on the individual. As Neil Prose, a pediatric dermatologist at Duke University Medical Centre, says, “treating a dermatology condition isn’t a one-size-fits-all matter”. Children’s skin differs from adult skin in several ways; these differences […]
Many CPD programs are accredited Royal College and College of Family Physicians credits. CPD also maintains a reciprocal agreement with the AMA and EUMS/EACCME. Learn about the various types of credits.