*** VIRTUAL CONFERENCE *** CME on the Run! 2019-2020

*** VIRTUAL CONFERENCE *** CME on the Run! 2019-2020

#COTRMed

Accreditation
Target Audience:

Family Physicians, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Residents and Students

Course Format: 1300-1700| Set of 8 talks for each session. Each presentation is 15 minutes followed by 11 minutes of Q&A time.
  • Apr 3, 2020
  • May 1, 2020
  • Jun 5, 2020
Broadcast starts: 1300 PDT

Online from Vancouver BC
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Overview

 ** CME ON THE RUN GOING VIRTUAL - cancelling all in person rooms/VC **

At this time, we are offering the next three sessions (April 3, May 1, and June 5) via online webinar. Registrants will receive links to go online before each session.

If you have already registerd we have sent an email but if you missed the email please review the registration options below:

  • If you are registered to attend in-person, we will automatically adjust your registration to the online webinar option and provide you with a refund for the difference in the registration fee. The webinar option is fully accredited and you will be emailed a CME certificate after the event. Note that the partial refunds will be processed closer to the event date.
  • If you wish to cancel your registration completely, please email us cpd.info@ubc.ca and we will cancel your registration and issue you a full refund.
  •  If you are already registered as a webinar participant, there is nothing further for you to do. We will be sending out the connection details one week before the event.

We will continue to keep you updated as new information is available. If you have any questions, please email us at cpd.info@ubc.ca

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Oct 4, 2019 - MSK, Sports Medicine & Rheumatology
Nov 22, 2019 - Dermatology & Allergy
Jan 31, 2020 - Psychiatry
Apr 3, 2020 - Infectious Disease & Travel
May 1, 2020 - Prenatal, Pediatrics & Adolescents
Jun 5, 2020 - Internal Medicine

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Agenda

**Titles are subject to change**

Oct 4, 2019 - MSK, Sports Medicine & Rheumatology

  • Concusion Management: What's New? | Dr. Alyssa Cantarutti
  • The Painful Hip: Assessment, Imaging and What Orthopedics Wants to Know First | Dr. Heather Wray
  • Understanding and (Selectively) Ordering Rheumatologic Laboratory Investigations | Dr. Daniel Ennis
  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Are We Missing It in Primary Care? | Dr. Neda Amiri
  • Acute Knee Injury: Beyond the Initial Exam | Dr. Sara Forsyth
  • Seronegative Inflammatory Arthritis: Making a Diagnosis | Dr. Carson Chin
  • The Painful Shoulder: Exam, Images and Next Steps | Dr. Navin Prasad
  • Osteoarthritis and Office-Based Joint Injections: What Works? | Dr. John Wade

Nov 22, 2019 - Dermatology & Allergy

 
  • Psoriasis: Multimodal Treatment - Topical and Beyond | Dr. Sunil Kalia
  • “Is This Lesion Cancer?”: What’s New, What Not to Miss | Dr. Sunil Kalia
  • Hair Loss and Thinning in Middle Age | Dr. Jeff Donovan
  • Chronic Leg Ulcers: The Best Office Approach | Dr. Brian Kunimoto
  • Preventing Food Allergies in Children | Dr. Joanne Yeung
  • Do They Really Have a Penicillin Allergy? The Office Challenge | Dr. Joanne Yeung
  • Rosacea: What's Old, What's New, What's Best? | Dr. Marcie Ulmer
  • Acne: A Stepwise Approach for Office Practice | Dr. Marcie Ulmer 

Jan 31, 2020 - Psychiatry

  • Bipolar II Disorder: Update on Treatment | Dr. Trisha Chakrabarty
  • Sleeplessness Beyond the Sedatives | Dr. Colleen Froese
  • When Too Much Wine Becomes a Problem | Dr. Rupinder Brar
  • Smoking Addiction: How Can We Do Better? | Dr. Deborah Thompson
  • Adult ADHD Diagnosis and Management | Dr. Elisabeth Baerg Hall
  • Adjunctive Therapies for Depression | Dr. Fidel Vila-Rodriguez
  • Where Are We With Benzodiazepines? | Dr. Robert Comey​
  • Counselling on Cannabis and the Implications on the Developing Brain | Dr. Rod Rassekh 

Apr 3, 2020 - Infectious Disease & Travel

  • Herpes Zoster, Pneumococcal and HPV Vaccine Update | Dr. Susan Hollenberg
  • Antibiotics Stewardship | Dr. Victor Leung
  • Altitude Illness: Risk Factors, Prevention, Presentation, and Treatment: Dr. Amra Dizdarevic
  • Battling the Superbug: How to Approach MRSA | Dr. Victor Leung
  • Pregnancy and Travel | Dr. Susan Hollenberg
  • Insect and Tic-Borne Rashes and Diseases | Dr. Matthew Clifford Rashotte
  • Practical Approach to Fever of Unknown Origin (FUO) in the Returning Traveler | Dr. David Harris
  • Management of Acute Infectious Diarrhea: What and How to Treat | Dr. Theodore Steiner

May 1, 2020 - Prenatal, Pediatrics & Adolescents

 
  • Management of Anxiety in Children | Dr. Muffy Greenway
  • Depression in Teens | Ms. Chantal Bourke
  • Pediatric Asthma Management Update | Dr. Connie Yang
  • Management of Childhood Obesity | Dr. Shazhan Amed
  • Abnormal Gait in Children: Diagnosis and Management | Dr. Keyvan Hadad
  • ADHD: Clinical Tips for Diagnosis and Treatment | Dr. Ryan Chan
  • Doc, I'm pregnant. Now what? An update on Antenatal Screening | Dr. Ashnoor Nagji
  • Pediatric Rashes | Dr. Wingfield Rehmus

Jun 5, 2020 - Internal Medicine

 
  • Diabetes Management Update (Beyond Metformin)
  • Treating Resistant Hypertension
  • Multiple Myeloma: When to Suspect It?
  • Syncope: Differential Diagnosis and Investigations
  • IBD Care in Primary Care
  • Polymyalgia Rheumatic: Diagnosis and Management
  • Community Acquired Pneumonia Management Updates
  • Diverticular Disease: Pathology and Management

       

      Cost

      *Fees plus applicable taxes Per Session
      Online Only
      Delegates (VGH/Videoconference)  $99

      Residents/Students

      $29

      *Residents/Students to provide proof of status on-site.

       

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