Please see below for our exciting line up of upcoming programs. Click on the program name for more information and to register. Questions or suggestions for program topics? Contact us.
Wed Sep 2nd 2015 9:00am - Thu Sep 3rd 2015 4:00pm | SKiN Centre for Dermatology
A two-day dermatology preceptorship with Dr. Melinda Gooderham
Thu Sep 17th 2015 7:30am - Thu Oct 29th 2015 4:00pm | Donald Gordon Centre
Day 1: Thurs. Sept. 17
Day 2: Thurs. Oct. 29
Improve Patient Care
Designed for all health care professionals and managers, IDEAS Intro to QI program provides the knowledge and tools to plan for, or actively participate in, a quality improvement project.
Participants will be able to:
Explore and apply the fundamental principles, methods and tools for quality improvement
Participate in a QI initiative in their respective setting of work
Kim Sears RN PhD
Assistant Professor, Queen's University, School of Nursing
Associate Director, Queen's University, (Master of Science in Healthcare Quality)
Deputy Director/Healthcare Quality, Queen’s Joanna Briggs Collaboration
Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Adelaide, School of Translational Science
Rylan G. Egan, Ph.D.
Director, Office of Health Sciences Education
Who Should Register?
All health care professionals who are interested in learning about QI or would like to participate in QI projects related to Ontario’s health system priorities.
A FREE 2 Day Program
The program is provided during 2 non-consecutive days, includes breakfast and lunch, and is free! Register as an individual or reserve a block of seats for several people at your organization.
This program has been designated with the following credits: RCPSC: 12.0 Section 1 credits, CFPC: 12.0 Mainpro-M1 credits
Mon Sep 21st 2015 8:00am - Tue Sep 22nd 2015 5:00pm | Wasser Pain Centre, Mount Sinai Hospital
The Wasser Pain Management Centre, a nationally recognized pain clinic, is collaborating with Queen’s University to offer a unique, risk management program including practical considerations related to the assessment and management in the pain and chemically dependent patient at the outset of assessment vs. after aberrant behaviours have developed.
• The positions will be filled on a first come, first serve basis and will be a small group format of up to five registrants (family health teams with different disciplines, i.e. nurse, family physician, pharmacist, etc. or family physicians from different areas), all from the Southeastern Ontario Region.
Tue Oct 13th 2015 9:00am - Wed Oct 14th 2015 4:00pm | SKiN Centre for Dermatology
A two-day preceptorship with Dr. Melinda Gooderham
Mon Oct 26th 2015 8:30am - Fri Oct 30th 2015 5:00pm | KFL&A Public Health
The Queen's Department of Family Medicine, Public Health and Preventive Medicine residency program and KFL&A Public Health will host our first national public health and preventive medicine review course from October 26 - 30, 2015 in Kingston, Ontario.
The course is an intensive Royal College examination preparation course for senior residents. This course will be offered annually to all Canadian R4 & R5 residents from Royal College training programs in Public Health and Preventive Medicine. National-level teachers have been selected to instruct the course, which will include examples for written and oral examination preparation. The course’s objectives were created using the PHPM Royal College objectives of training based on the CanMEDS framework.
We have also identified entrustable professional activities and core curricula linked to each topic. Session and topic themes were created from Public Health Agency of Canada core competencies for public health in Canada, the set of minimum competencies for medical officers of health in Canada, and a review of the American College of Preventive Medicine review course syllabus and the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada Primer on Population Health. Our goal is to ensure all residents are familiar with this core curricula content and have a solid base on which to prepare for their examinations.
We look forward to seeing you in the fall. If you have any questions, please contact us.
Dr. Kieran Michael Moore, MD, CCFP(EM), FCFP, MPH, DTM&H, FRCPC
Associate Medical Officer of Health, KFL&A Public Health
Professor of Emergency and Family Medicine Program; Program Director, Queen's PHPM Residency Program; Course Director, Queen's National Review Course in PHPM
Please contact Emily Dawson if you have any questions regarding registration.
Emily Dawson, BScH, MPH
KFL&A Public Health
221 Portsmouth Avenue
Kingston, ON K7M 1V5
613-549-1232 ext. 1609
Tue Nov 10th 2015 9:00am - Wed Nov 11th 2015 4:00pm | SKiN Centre for Dermatology
A two-day preceptorship with Dr. Melinda Gooderham. The CPD Office will cover the teaching fees however the participant will be responsible for his/her own expenses and arrangements (i.e. travel and accommodation).