Saying Goodbye to the CL19: Supporting Care and Recovery of People Involved in MVAs

Saying Goodbye to the CL19: Supporting Care and Recovery of People Involved in MVAs

Free Webinar

Accreditation
Target Audience:

Family physicians and specialists in British Columbia who support patients after a motor vehicle accident.

Course Format: Online webinar 1900-2000 PDT: Presentation with Q&A
  • May 1, 2019

Online from Vancouver BC

Overview

Please note, the April 3 and April 9 sessions are now full. May 1 still has space available. 

To register for the Medical Office Assistant event click here

ICBC and UBC CPD are partnering to develop education for family physicians (FPs) and other health care professionals (physical therapists, occupational therapists, and medical office assistants) to introduce upcoming changes to how ICBC wants to work with physicians and patients in British Columbia, including moving from a compensation-based model to a care-based model.

This webinar will outline 1) why the changes are taking place and 2) provide an introduction to how family physicians can best support people involved in motor vehicle accidents (e.g. new forms, types of pre-approved treatment, and role of Registered Care Advisors). 

The webinar is part of a larger ICBC Education Project, which will offer in-person workshops to come later in 2019. Attendance at the webinar is an opportunity to better understand the changes taking place and is recommended as a primer for future in-person workshops. 

Date: April 3 (course full), April 9 (course full), or May 1 (space available)
Time: 1900 - 2000 PDT
Cost: Free

For more information about the ICBC Education Project and educational resources click here.

 

Key Speakers

  1. Dr. Bruce Hobson (Family Physician, UBC CPD Medical Lead)
  2. Stephanie Adams (Business Process Advisor, ICBC)

Skills Gained

By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Discuss the overarching change at ICBC from a compensation-based model to a care-based model
  2. Access additional information about the changes to ICBC as of April 1, 2019 
  3. Select the appropriate ICBC report for patients with an MVA injury claim
  4. Complete the appropriate ICBC reports for patients with an MVA injury claim 

Cost

Free. Limited Space. Please email cpd.info@ubc.ca if you register but cannot attend. Other colleagues might need that space. 

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