CME Calendar


Did you know that Botulinum Toxin is the #1 facial rejuvenation procedure? Are you interested in adding Botox and other injectable treatments to your practice? PTIFA has an integrative curriculum that will train you to successfully incorporate Botulinum Toxin treatment into your practice. Through our anatomy-based training and PTIFA's proven clinical protocols, your practice will benefit from increased practice revenue, improved patient care and loyalty, and a highly engaged team. Learn both the therapeutic (migraines/headaches) and the 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 in Tsawwassen, BC. Start Today with the online Level 1 - Advanced Anatomy course (20 CME). Save $500. Code: "BCMJonline" Register now at


Join Dr Mark Sherman and your community of colleagues for a transformative workshop or retreat! The workshops focus upon the theory and practice of mindfulness and meditation, reviewing definitions, clinical evidence, and neuroscience, and introducing key practices of self compassion, breath work and sitting meditation to nurture resilience and healing. Our meditation retreats are an opportunity to delve deeply into meditation practice in order to recharge, heal, reconnect, and to build a practice for life. Workshops accredited for 16 Mainpro+ group learning credits. Foundations of Theory and Practice Workshop for Physicians and Their Partners, 23 - 26 September 2022 and 20 - 23 January 2023 at Long Beach Lodge Resort in Tofino. Heal Thyself: A Meditation Retreat for Physicians and Health Professionals, 1 - 6 December 2022, online. 23 February - 5 March, 2023 at Bethlehem Retreat Centre, Nanaimo. Contact, or check out for more information.

CME Location: ONLINE

As more people survive, many will also deal with post-cancer physical and psychological effects. This training aims to support physicians to provide after cancer care to their patients. After completing this online learning module, you will be able to describe the surveillance protocols for common pediatric, haematological and visceral cancers and recognize the non-physiologic manifestations of cancer aftercare & discuss strategies for managing them and common side-effects of treatment and the red/white flags in post-cancer care. Accreditation: This one-credit-per-hour self-learning program meets the certification criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been certified by the Office of Professional and Educational Development, Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University for up to 2.0 Mainpro+ credits. Visit This free program has received an educational grant or in-kind resources from The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada.