Implants and IUDs: Comparing and Inserting Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC)

Implants and IUDs: Comparing and Inserting Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC)

Workshop Sessions SOLD OUT; lecture spots still available

Target Audience:

Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Residents & Students

Course Format: Webinar followed by two hands on virtual workshops
  • Oct 24, 2020
Broadcast starts: 0900 AM PDT

Vancouver
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Overview

Please note that the hands-on workshops are now full; you are welcome to register for the required Virtual Lecture Session. 

Part 1: Virtual Lecture Session (90 min)  

Broadcast begins at 9:00 AM PDT.  Anyone can attend but you must register for the virtual lecture in order to attend the workshops. 
Presenters: Drs. Renee Hall, Konia Trouton and Ellen Wiebe 

Part 2: Hands-on Workshop on the Web - NOW SOLD OUT 

Hosted by local AND experienced providers!
Workshop A: Implants (60 min) - 5 people per trainer.  (max. 40 registrants)
Workshop B: Insertion and Managing Difficult Insertions (120 min) - 5 people per trainer (max. 20 registrants)

 

Key Speakers

Renee Hall, MD (Chair)

Dr. Renee Hall is a Clinical Associate Professor at UBC. She's been teaching and working in the area of family planning in Vancouver, BC for over 18 years. She works at the CARE program at BC Women’s Hospital, Kelowna Hospital Women's Clinic, Everywoman’s Health Center, Elizabeth Bagshaw Clinic and Willow Women’s Clinic. 

Ellen Wiebe, MD

Dr. Ellen Wiebe is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Practice at the University of British  Columbia. She is the Medical Director of Willow Women’s Clinic  in Vancouver and provides medical and surgical abortions and contraception. 

Konia Trouton, MD, FCFP

Dr. Konia Trouton is a family physician on Vancouver Island.

 

Mei-Ling Wiedmeyer, MD

Dr. Wiedmeyer is a Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC, researcher and director of clinical practice with CGSHE where she leads research and KT transition to practice guidelines and training. 

Beata Byczko, MD 

Dr. Beata Byczko has divided her professional life between general family practice  and women’s sexual and reproductive health. She is the medical director of Everywoman’s Health Centre in Vancouver where she provides medical and surgical abortions and contraception. She also works at Willow Clinic.

Darlana Mulzet, MD

Dr. Darlana Mulzet is a family physician working in reproductive health in Vancouver.  She works at Willow Clinic and at Everywomans Health Centre. 

Skills Gained

Participants will be able to:
•    Describe the contraceptive landscape and unmet needs for contraception in Canada
•    Compare the benefits and risks of the etonogestrel subdermal implant and intrauterine contraception

Workshop A: Implants 
•    Gain expertise in inserting, localizing and removing the etonogestrel subdermal implant

Workshop B: IUDs
•    Gain expertise in inserting IUDs and troubleshooting difficult insertions

Cost

Lecture $49 (required in order to register for the workshops)

Workshop A (Implants) $125 - limited to people living in Canada due to shipping of materials

Workshop B (IUDs) $175 - limited to people living in Canada due to shipping of materials

You can register for the lecture alone. Or you can sign up for the lecture and one or both workshops.

Cancellations and Refunds

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Target Audience:

Family physicians, pharmacists, nurses, midwives, specialists, and other health professionals who provide care to female patients.

Location:
Online: anytime, anywhere on any device
Online Module from Vancouver  British Columbia  V5Z1M9
Canada
Target Audience:

Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Residents & Students

Date: Nov 28, 2020
Location:
Broadcast starts: 0900 AM PDT
Vancouver  British Columbia
Canada
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