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2017 Public Health and Preventive Medicine National Review Course 

Mon Oct 16th, 8:30 am to Fri Oct 20th, 5:30 pm

The course is an intensive review of the knowledge and competencies of the PHPM specialty offered annually to all Canadian R4 and R5 residents from Royal College training programs in Public Health and Preventive Medicine as well as practicing physicians. National-level teachers have been selected to instruct the course which will include review and application of key concepts and examples for written and oral Royal College examination preparation. The course objectives align with the PHPM Royal College objectives of training. We have also identified entrustable professional activities and core curricula linked to each topic. 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.

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ECHO Ontario Chronic Pain & Opioid Stewardship

Thursdays (ongoing) | 12:30-2:30pm | by Video Conference

Who Should Attend:  

Any Primary Care Provider with an interest in Chronic Pain (including but not limited to Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, and Physiotherapists)

About the Program:

ECHO link expert inter-professional teams at academic hubs with primary care providers in local communities. This program is designed to help and support primary care providers in diagnosing, treating and managing their patients with chronic pain. Participants’ benefits include:

  • Gain knowledge through weekly didactic presentations
  • Receive recommendations for care of their patients
  • Earn free CME credit
  • Access to specialists

For registration and information: www.echoontario.ca


Other Video Conference Events offered in Ontario

ECHO Ontario Hepatitis C

Monday  (ongoing) | 12:00-1:30pm | by Video Conference

 Who Should Attend:  

Any Primary Care Provider with an interest in Hepatitis C (including but not limited to Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists)

About the Program:

ECHO link expert inter-professional teams at academic hubs with primary care providers in local communities. This program is designed to help and support primary care providers in diagnosing, treating and managing their patients with chronic pain. Participants’ benefits include:

  • Gain knowledge through weekly didactic presentations
  • Receive recommendations for care of their patients
  • Earn free CME/CPD credit
  • Access to specialists

 For registration and information: www.echoontario.ca

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 ECHO Ontario Rheumatology

 Friday  (ongoing) | 12:00-2:00pm | by Video Conference

Who Should Attend:  

 Any Primary Care Provider with an interest in Rheumatology

About the Program:

ECHO link expert inter-professional teams at academic hubs with primary care providers in local communities. This program is designed to help and support primary care providers in diagnosing, treating and managing their patients with chronic pain. Participants’ benefits include:

  • Gain knowledge through weekly didactic presentations
  • Receive recommendations for care of their patients
  • Earn free CME/CPD credit
  • Access to specialists 

For registration and information: www.echoontario.ca