CME Date: 03-June-2021 to 30-December-2022
Expand Your Practice with Injectables. Learn both the therapeutic (migraines/headaches) and aesthetic (fine facial lines and wrinkles) applications. PTIFA offers anatomy-based training (20+ hours) and training recognized by the highest standard of practice in Canada. Receive the most clinically based training, including the opportunity to inject 8+ patients. Courses held monthly on UBC Campus in Vancouver. Start today with the online Level 1 - Advanced Anatomy course (20 CME). Save $500. Use code "BCMJonline" before 15 March 2022. Register now at PTIFA.com.
CME Date: 13-May-2022 to 14-May-2022
VGH Department of Emergency Medicine and UBC Digital Emergency Medicine are organizing a “Virtual+” conference titled "TEC Vancouver: Innovations in Healthcare, from 13 - 14 May, 2022. This is a conference looking at how innovations are currently being introduced into clinical care and emergency medicine, and what the future holds in BC and beyond. On 13 May, choose to view the session online, or join us in person at the Paetzold Auditorium (Vancouver General Hospital) for the sessions followed by a reception. Sessions on 14 will be virtual, and includes all sessions, access to the Exhibit Hall, and networking opportunities. Register here: http://bitly.ws/q9Cy.
CME Date: 03-June-2022
The CME on the Run! sessions are offered online. Registrants will receive an email on how to get to the online virtual portal before each session. Each session runs on Friday afternoons from 1–5 p.m. and includes great speakers and learning materials. The session topics and dates: 3 Jun 2022 (Internal Medicine). Topics include: "Too Many Letters to Remember:" Diabetes Treatment Options, "An ACE Up One's Sleeve:" Hypertension in 2022, Management of Heart Failure, "Vascular Traffic Jam:" Update on Peripheral Vascular Disease, "Not Just Pins and Needles:" Peripheral Neuropathy, "Daily Vibrations:" Management of Essential Tremors, "Graves' Disease:" Hyperthyroidism Management and Adrenal Fatigue: Fact or Fiction? Learn more and register at https://bit.ly/cotr2021-2022 or e-mail email@example.com.
CME Date: 17-June-2022 to 18-June-2022
Join us for this popular annual conference, hosted online over two half-days by the Divisions of Infectious Diseases at VGH and SMH. Day one will cover a variety of infectious disease topics, such as: Lessons Learned during the COVID19 Pandemic, Intra-Abdominal Infections, Human Microbiome and its Role in Recurrent Clostridium Difficile Infection, Antimicrobial Resistance in Canada, Oral vs Intravenous Antibiotics, mRNA Vaccines and the Future of Vaccinology in Primary Practice, plus more! Day two will focus on in-depth case discussions built upon the previous day’s lectures. All live sessions will be recorded and available for participants to watch on-demand after the symposium. Accredited for up to 8.25 Mainpro+ / MOC Section 1 credits. Learn more and register at https://bit.ly/BCID22 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
CME Date: 12-September-2022 to 17-October-2022
BC Cancer’s Family Practice Oncology Network offers an 8-week General Practitioner in Oncology education program beginning with a virtual 4-week introductory session every spring and fall at BC Cancer–Vancouver. This program provides an opportunity for rural family physicians, with the support of their community, to strengthen their oncology skills so that they can provide enhanced care for local cancer patients and their families. Following the introductory session, participants complete a further 30 days of clinic experience at the Cancer Centre where their patients are referred. These are scheduled flexibly over 6 months. Participants who complete the program are eligible for credits from the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Those who are REAP-eligible receive a stipend and expense coverage through UBC’s Enhanced Skills Program. For more information or to apply, visit www.fpon.ca, or contact Dilraj Mahil at email@example.com.