Therapeutics Initiative: Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians

Therapeutics Initiative: Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians

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Accreditation
Target Audience:

Family physicians, specialists, pharmacists, nurses/nurse practitioners, allied health professionals, residents & students

Course Format: Half-day of plenary talks highlighted by interactive Q&A time.
  • Oct 17, 2020
Broadcast starts: 0830 AM PDT

Online from Vancouver BC

Overview

Join us for this year’s virtual Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians from the comfort of your office or home. 

Therapeutics Initiative faculty and internationally renowned guest, Dr. John Mandrola, will review best evidence for therapeutic issues important to primary care and specialty medicine.

Agenda

8:30      Welcome and Introductions
8:45      TBC | Dr. John Mandrola
9:50      Informed questions and careful observation will increase your sensitivity to adverse drug effects and help protect your patients | Dr. Tom Perry
10:15    Stretch Break 
10:30    We need to talk about tramadol | Dr. Jessica Otte
11:00    Bupropion: the basis for it’s approval | Dr. Cait O'Sullivan
11:30    A safety net with several holes: Oseltamivir for influenza prophylaxis| Dr. Aaron Tejani
12:00    Summarize Key Messages from the program & Closing Remarks | Dr. Aaron Tejani
12:30    Conference Ends 
 

Key Speakers

Keynote: John Mandrola, MD, F.A.C.C. Cardiac electrophysiologist, Louiseville, KY. 

Jessica Otte, MD,CCFP.  Educational Outreach & Family Practice Liaison, UBC TI; Clinical Instructor, Department of Family  Practice, UBC 

Cait O’Sullivan, PharmD. Pharmacist, Education and Drug Assessment Working Groups, UBC TI

Thomas L. Perry, MD, FRCPC. Chair, Education Working Group, UBC TI; Clinical Associate Professor, Department of AP&T, UBC 

Aaron M. Tejani, BSc.(Pharm), PharmD. Researcher and Educator,  Education and Drug Assessment Working Group, UBC TI
 

 

Cost

More information coming soon. 

All fees are in Canadian dollars. Fees are subject to 5% GST.

Fees include: access to the live virtual event, all available materials

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