FAQ

  1. When will I get my accreditation letter?
    Accreditation letters will be issued after both post-work assignments have been reviewed by the faculty. This can take up to 12 weeks.
  2. When are post-work assignments due?
    The first post-work assignment is due 4 weeks after the workshop and the second is due 8 weeks after the workshop. Note, late submissions are not eligible for accreditation.
  3. What is the process for reviewing assignments?
    Faculty will begin the review of all assignments following the second submission deadline.
  4. I don’t have access to patient records to complete the assignments. What can I do?
    If you do not have access to current patient records to complete the assignments please use past records or consult with a colleague. You must complete the assignments to receive full credits.
  5. How do I obtain full credits for the program?
    Pre-work, attendance at the workshop and post-work are required to obtain full credits for the program.
  6. When will I gain access to the pre-work assignments?
    The three pre-work assignments will be sent to you three weeks before the start date. If you are registering less than three weeks before the workshop, you will be sent the pre-work following your registration.
  7. What is the time investment required for the pre-work?
    Registrants should allocate 30-60 minutes in order to complete the pre-work.
  8. I have another question not addressed here. Who should I contact?
    Please send an e-mail to mrk.cpd@utoronto.ca