Specialist Internal Medicine Online Journal Club

Specialist Internal Medicine Online Journal Club

Online Journal Club

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Target Audience:

The target audience for this online journal club is specialist physicians and residents practicing internal medicine in the rural setting.

Course Format: Online Journal Club
  • Jan 8, 2018 to May 6, 2018

Online for BC

Overview

REGISTRATION OPEN UNTIL THE END OF JANUARY 2018

What will be covered in this course?

The online Journal Club in Internal Medicine is aimed at the internal medicine practitioner, and could cover all aspects of internal medicine, including acute and chronic care, and both office and hospital topics. The participants are internists in the rural setting from across the province. The moderators are internists in rural practice.

What is the time period of this course?

The series of topics will run from January to May, 2018. Each of the sessions will run for three weeks.

JAN 8  Session 1 
JAN 29  Session 2 
FEB 19  Session 3
APR 3:  Session 4 
APR 23:  Session 5
MAY 6:  Journal Club concludes

How do the sessions work?

Each session will run for three (3) weeks. The session starts with an initial post on the journal club website by the Moderator, summarizing an academic article or a case study. Participants will then engage in discussion online responding to each others' comments on the website. This is asynchronous, so you can visit the website at any time that suits your schedule, using any device with an internet connection. To make the most of this learning experience we suggest you visit the website approximately twice per week to read others' comments and add to the discussion.

Key Speakers

The moderators are internists in rural practice.

Skills Gained

  • Review emerging issues in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of internal medical practice;
  • Contribute to a learning community of  specialist clinicians who are interested in internal medicine; and
  • Acquire knowledge, strategies, and skills to improve healthcare and health outcomes for patients

Cost

$150 per physician and complimentary for residents.

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