Most family physicians do not provide full spectrum maternity care. However, nearly all see pregnant women, if only for a few visits, and provide some degree of prenatal and postpartum care as a result. During these workshops, experienced primary maternity care physicians will connect with their family physician colleagues through:
- Knowledge Sharing: Exchanging information on best practices specific to primary maternity care, with a focus on practical resources.
- Maternity Care Network Development: Building a network among family physicians to share expertise and services in maternity care. This will contribute to development of an improved and viable referral process for family practice maternity care.
Workshops will include presentations on key recommendations, case discussions, practical resources, and tips on workflow and billing. Primary maternity care physicians will facilitate the session and will be matched with participants who will have the option of contacting them after the session with any questions regarding maternity care.
These workshops are designed for Vancouver Division of Family Practice family physician and resident members who see pregnant women in their practice. Non-members who are family physicians and residents that deliver the majority of their services in Vancouver are welcome to attend the event and apply for Vancouver Division of Family Practice membership online https://www.divisionsbc.ca/vancouver/becomingamember
Vancouver family physicians are eligible to participate in this initiative for maternity care improvement by attending one, some, or all of the Workshops for Family Physicians Who Don’t Do Deliveries, whose themes include:
- Preconception Care
- Early Pregnancy Loss
- Early Prenatal Care
- Prenatal Genetic Screening
- Initial Postpartum Care
- Hot Topics in the First Year of Life
- Perinatal Mental Health
At the end of the workshop(s), participants will be able to:
- Apply relevant evidence regarding maternity care in family practice
- Describe the latest recommendations for maternity care in family practice
- Access resources to support the implementation of maternity care recommendations into practice
- Devise a plan to apply recommendations and best practices to their particular practice setting
- Access a network of family physicians who provide maternity care in Vancouver
- Identify a family physician specializing in maternity care who is available as a resource/mentor
- Be able to utilize GPSC maternity care incentives and billing codes in their practice
|Perinatal Mental Health||April 8, 2019||6.0 Mainpro+|
|Prenatal Genetic Screening||February 27, 2018||6.0 Mainpro+|
|Preconception Care||November 22, 2017||6.0 Mainpro+|
|Early Prenatal Care||September 26, 2017||6.0 Mainpro+|
|Hidden Gems - Resources to Know||May 2, 2017||2.5 Mainpro+|
|Hot Topics in the First Year of Life||March 29, 2017||6.0 Mainpro+|
|Early Pregnancy Loss||February 15, 2017||2.0 Mainpro+|
|Early Prenatal Care||November 12, 2016||6.0 Mainpro+|
|Perinatal Mental Health||November 11, 2016||6.0 Mainpro+|
|Perinatal Mental Health||November 7, 2016||6.0 Mainpro+|
|Early Pregnancy Loss||September 27, 2016||2.0 Mainpro+|
|Prenatal Genetic Screening||February 25, 2016||3.0 Mainpro+|
|Early Prenatal Care||February 17, 2016||3.0 Mainpro+|
Our modules are available to other Divisions across the province who are interested in hosting the workshops for Family Physicians Who Don’t Do Deliveries locally. Participating Divisions will be able to modify content by adding local resources and statistics to address community-specific challenges and needs.
Services offered by UBC CPD:
- Certification for up to 1 credit—per-hour workshops
- Support with application for up to 2 or 3 credit-per-hour-workshops (if content changes are significant)
- Content review and design of CPD materials
- Evaluation and needs assessment
- Full-service registration
- Provision of certificates to workshop attendees
If you are interested in hosting a workshop in your community, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
"These workshops were the first events that I had organized for the Divisions and I was very grateful for how organized and structured the workshop was! Since all the hard work was already developed and there was incredible support form UBC CPD for it, it was very easy to adapt this workshop for our community.
We also received great feedback from our members who found the content useful and relevant to their practice and enjoyed the interactive case studies. Furthermore, there was a significant amount of interest from our members as registrations were often high. We have held 2 workshops already and because of the positive feedback and easy execution, we plan on hosting all the workshops."
-Primary Care Network Project Manager, Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice
"We had a great turnout each workshop with many returning participant attending multiple/all workshops, which speaks to the usefulness of the content and need for learning. During the workshops, the level of engagement was high.
UBC provided excellent guidance, assistance, and troubleshooting."
-Administrative Assistant, Nanaimo Division of Family Practice