CME on the Run! 2020-2021

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.
  • Oct 2, 2020
  • Nov 20, 2020
  • Jan 29, 2021
  • Mar 5, 2021
  • May 7, 2021
  • Jun 4, 2021
Broadcast starts: 1300 PDT

Online from Vancouver
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Our unique and award winning series of 6-half day short snapper style focused CPD now delivered online only.  We are excited to introduce our next series of lectures and incredible speakers.

Please save the dates so you don't miss these next CME on the Run sessions! Each session will only take up 3.5 hours on a Friday afternoon! 

Oct 2, 2020  | Gynecology/Urology
Nov 20, 2020 | Diagnostics/Radiology
Jan 29, 2021 | Therapeutics
Mar 5, 2021 | Ophthalmology/ENT
May 7, 2021 | Geriatrics
Jun 4, 2021 | Internal Medicine

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NOW online only!  

Joint the conversation: #COTRMed

"Excellent work as always! I used to attend these years ago as a resident, and I finally started again. I am temporarily in Australia and it was worth it getting up at 5 am on Saturday morning to follow your lectures. Thank you!"
"The whole conference was excellent. Well organized. Great topics and speakers. Good length to talks. I actually liked the live virtual set up - I could stand when back was sore, stretch ...all while still listening.  I liked that it was live, so time was set aside to do it rather than put it off. Well done"
"The virtual format is fantastic. I attended from Toronto; much cheaper than travelling"
"Great job in transition to online format"
"l LOVED doing it from home, much more convenient and efficient"
"Really enjoyed having VIRTUAL CME on the Run at home: more relaxing, less stress from commuting and reduces pollution"


**Titles are subject to change**

Oct 2, 2020 | 13:00–17:00 | Gynecology/Urology

  • The Vulva After Menopause: Distinguishing Atrophy vs Skin Dermatitis | Dr. Ulrike Dehaeck
  • Update on HRT | Dr. Tim Rowe 
  • Ovarian Cancer Screening Guidelines: How Early Can We Diagnose? | Dr. Dianne Miller
  • Updates on PCOS: What's New in Diagnosis and Management? | Dr. Jason Hitkari
  • Bladder Cancer: An Update on Diagnosis, Management and Post Treatment Surveillance | Dr. Alan So
  • BPH—Management: Medical vs When to Call the Surgeon? | Dr. Alan So
  • Testosterone Deficiency: Diagnosis and Management | Dr. Stacy Elliott
  • Management Options for Erectile Dysfunction | Dr. Ryan Flannigan 

Nov 20, 2020 | 13:00–17:00 | Diagnostics/Radiology

  • Investigating COVID-19, what is the real deal?
  • Is my heart broken doc? Medical Imaging for the Heart
  • Navigating NASH Diagnostic Tools
  • Point-of-Care Ultrasound—Practical Applications for In Office Use
  • Detecting the Smokers Time Bomb with Low Dose CT
  • ABCD's of Dense Breasts
  • Health Technologies that Help Our Patient Help Us
  • Back Troubles—Is Imaging for Lumbar Pain Syndromes Useful? 

Jan 29, 2021 | 13:00–17:00 | Therapeutics

  • Exercise as Medicine: Optimizing the Management of Chronic Diseases
  • Medical Abortion: Management of 1st Trimester Termination in the Office
  • What is New in the Management of Migraine? 
  • Contraception 2020 Update
  • COVID Therapeutics—What Have We Learned? 
  • Making Sense of Diets (Intermittent Fasting, Ketogenic, etc.)
  • Facts and Myths About Drugs Your Patients are Asking About
  • Emerging Cancer Therapies: What the FP Needs to Know

Mar 5, 2021 | 13:00–17:00 | Ophthalmology/ENT

  • Tinnitus: When the Ringing Never Ends
  • When to Call "911"—Eye Emergencies in the Office
  • When the Sniffles Do Not Stop—Chronic Sinusitis Management
  • Not Your Average Cancer Sore—Diagnosis and Management of Oral Lesions
  • Ocular Findings of Common Systemic Conditions
  • When You Can’t Sing Anymore—Management of Hoarse Voice
  • Common Eye Surgeries: What the GP Needs to Know
  • The Aging Eye: It is More Than Just Getting New Glasses

May 7, 2021 | 13:00–17:00 | Geriatrics

  • Deprescribing: Declutter the Medicine Cabinet
  • Preventing Falls in Older Adults
  • Seniors and Substance Use
  • Innovative Approaches to Dementia Management
  • Cancer Screening: When Can We Stop, Doc?
  • Cognitive Testing in the Family Practice Office: Which Tools to Use?
  • COVID-19 in the Elderly: Lessons from 2020
  • The Aging Immune System & Considerations for Immunization After Age 50

June 4, 2021 | 13:00–17:00 | Internal Medicine

  • Short and Long Term Systemic Effects of COVID-19
  • Current Role of Labs and Imaging in the Assessment of Chest Pain
  • Insulin 101: When and How to Start in Family Practice
  • A Rational Approach to Helicobacter pylori Diagnosis and Management
  • Atrial Fibrillation: Management in the Office
  • Seropositive/Seronegative Arthritis: How to Assess and Treat Those Really Achy Joints
  • The Place for Stem Cell Therapy and Plasma-Rich Protein in Current Medical Practice
  • Mast Cell Activation Disorder: The Bowel Microbiome and Other System Effects 



        Per Session All Six Sessions
      Delegates   $99 $450

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

      Registration includes: Access to the live virtual event, all available materials, and access to the post-event recording. 

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