Post-Traumatic Stress and Anxiety Symptoms Post-MVC Education

Post-Traumatic Stress and Anxiety Symptoms Post-MVC Education

Online Modules

Accreditation
Target Audience:

Family physicians, specialists and other allied health providers

Course Format: Online - available anytime, anywhere, on any device

Overview

ICBC has identified that motor vehicle crashes (MVC) have led to over 1,600 diagnoses of PTSD and 2,000 diagnoses of anxiety in drivers since April 2019. Our new online module explores the contributive role of MVC in psychological trauma and anxiety development. Learn how to collaboratively manage clinical implications using a team approach and support patients through their journey.

Link to Online Course

How to access the eLearning course

  • STEP 1: Login to http://elearning.ubccpd.ca
    • Click “Login in” top right or go directly to http://elearning.ubccpd.ca/login/index.php
    • If you already have a login for the UBC CPD eLearning site you can use the login that you had previously, otherwise:
    • Create an account by clicking  “Create new account” and follow the steps (you will receive a confirmation email)

Now that you are logged in:

Skills Gained

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify key signs and symptoms of post-traumatic stress and anxiety.
  2. Describe best practices to support management of post-traumatic stress and anxiety symptoms.
  3. Apply resources to support management of post-traumatic stress and anxiety symptoms.
  4. Define roles and responsibilities of health care providers along the continuum of care for patients with post-traumatic stress and anxiety symptoms.

Cost

Free

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Family physicians and specialists in BC, international medical graduates in BC, residents in BC

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Contact

UBC CPD eLearning, cpd.online@ubc.ca

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