CPD from other organizations
Frames of Mind: A Monthly Mental Health Film Series
3rd Wed of each month | 19:00 | Pacific Cinematheque, 1131 Howe St
Target audience: Open to health care professionals and those with an interest in the portrayal of mental health in cinema
Overview: The Frames of Mind mental health film series and annual film festival is an initiative of the UBC Department of Psychiatry whose goal is to use thought-provoking cinema in order to promote community and professional education of issues pertaining to mental health and illness. The series consists of monthly evening screenings of a feature film or documentary directly related to a particular mental health theme, which is then followed by a relevant presentation and moderated discussion.
Up to 2.0 MOC Section 2 MOC Section 2: Personal Learning Project (PLP)
More information & tickets: https://www.framesofmind.ca/
Research Symposium: Resilient Transformation of Rural Communities in British Columbia
https://blogs.ubc.ca/rhsrnbcsymposium2022/ | Zoom, Virtual Time Date
May 25-26 (Wed-Thu) | 9:00 to 12:00 | Online
Audience: Physicians interested in rural community resiliency, particularly in the face of climate change and ecosystem disruptions such as the COVID-19 pandemic Overview The goal of our work is to build rural community resiliency through relationships. The 2022 symposium aims to work with a learning community in exploring and understanding the resiliency and transformation of rural communities from several perspectives, including physicians, community, and Indigenous Peoples. Join us virtually on Zoom for two half-days to explore rural community resiliency from a plurality of perspectives, discussing ways to apply knowledge and brainstorming opportunities to generate new knowledge and extend the research.
Up to 5.5 Mainpro+ credits
7th Annual Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation (CACPR) Spring Conference 2022
June 3-4 (Fri-Sat) | Jun 3: 8:30-12:45; Jun 4: 9:00-15:30 | Online
Audience: Cardiologists, family physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, kinesiologists, exercise physiologists, physiotherapists, dieticians, pharmacists, clinical counselors Overview: The theme of this year’s conference is, “Cardiovascular Rehabilitation in the 21st Century: Future Directions for Cardiac Rehab with a Focus on Patient-Centered Care”.We hope to bring some new and valuable information to add to your “Cardiac Rehab” toolkit and improve how we support patients and caregivers as they transition through the multitude of steps in their healing journey.
Up to 9.0 MOC Section 1
Quality Improvement for Physicians – Intermediate Training
July 7-8 (Thu-Fri) or Aug 18-19 (Thu-Fri) | Online
Audience: physicians and medical staff
Up to 5.0 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 credits
3rd Advanced Workshop on Laparoscopic Anatomy of the Female Pelvis: Laparoscopic Suturing, Difficult Hysterectomy, Apical Suspension
Jul 8-9 (Fri-Sat) | Gross Anatomy Lab, Life Sciences Centre | UBC Campus
Target audience: OB-GYNs, fellows, residents, students
Overview: The surgical anatomy workshop is a two-day course with ample time for close interaction with faculty and hands on laparoscopic dissection. The anatomy of the retroperitoneal spaces and pelvic floor is mastered in unprocessed specimens under the direction of experienced faculty. A variety of advanced surgical techniques are performed based on individual needs of the faculty.
Up to 18.0 MOC Section 3 Simulation hours
Vancouver Imaging Review Virtual Series 2022
Sep 12-14 (Mon-Wed) | Online
Target audience: radiologists, technologists, physicians, fellows, residents, students
Treatment Optimization of Psychosis Online Course
Target audience: Psychiatrists, Family Physicians, Specialist Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, Pharmacists, Residents, Nursing Students, Pharmacy Students, and MOAs
Overview: This course guides learners in the psychiatric assessment and management of schizophrenia, treatment resistant schizophrenia, and schizoaffective disorders and their medication treatment options, including the use of clozapine and depot antipsychotic medications.
Medical Abortion Training For Primary Care Providers (Hosted by the National Abortion Federation)
Target audience: Primary care physicians
Overview: This medication abortion training is an opportunity for primary care professionals to learn about mifepristone/misoprostol abortion care and integrating it into primary care settings. The workshop is open to people from clinical, administrative, nursing, or counselling backgrounds and consists of six asynchronous modules with one live session.
Online CATT (Concussion Awareness Training Tool)
Target audience: pediatricians, emergency medicine physicians, neurosurgeons, sports medicine physicians, and other healthcare practitioners who are involved in the initial assessment and care of concussion patients.
Up to 2.0 MOC Section 3 credits
Online BC-CfE HIV Prevention (HIV Chemoprophylaxis)
Target audience: emergency medicine, family physicians and specialists, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, medical students, social workers
Up to 7.0 Mainpro+ credits
Online BC-CfE HIV Diagnosis and Management
Target audience: family physicians and specialists, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, dietitians, medical students
Up to 10 Mainpro+ credits
BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS
BC Mental Health Act Education Module – Pediatric Module
Ongoing | Online
Target audience: Physicians, directors and clinical staff who admit and provide care to children and youth admitted under the BC Mental Health Act
Up to 3.0 MOC Section 3 credits