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Upcoming Programs

We have programs available all year in both Faculty Development and Continued Professional Development (CPD).

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Enlightening Learning Event: Indigenous Medicine Knowledge
Enlightening Learning Event: Indigenous Medicine Knowledge National Indigenous People’s Day! June 21, 8am to 9am, rain or shine At the “Medical Quadrangle”, Outside behind Summerhill Registration is requested, but not required.  
Queen’s Family Medicine Day 2019
Cobourg Faculty Development Event
Monday, September 23, 2019 Northumberland Hills Hospital, 1000 DePalma Drive Education Centre, Cobourg ON 9:15-10:00 | Time Efficient Teaching by Dr. Mike Ward 10:00-10:45 | Feedback Models by Dr. Cherie Jones-Hiscock 10:45-11:30 | Clerkship Online Assessment Tool by Candace Miller Lunch Included + Onsite Registration 
Pediatric Problems in a Modern World
The 2019 Pediatrics Program will equip primary care providers with tools and tips for managing pediatric problems in an era of anti-vaxxers, “clean eating”, and rising anxiety.  Additionally, you will learn how to better manage pediatric headaches and common sport or overuse injuries. ​
Teaching & Learning Celebration 2019
Registration Now Open!   SUSMAN LECTURE Dr. Nicole Harder - Safety for all: Interprofessional simulation and non-technical competency development. 
MRI in the Thousand Islands
**PRICING** Radiologists: $599 Residents/Technologists/Fellows: $299 (discount applied at the time of registration) Dinner Guest Ticket: $50 MRI in the Thousand Islands 1st Annual MRI Anatomy & Pathology Course
Health Sciences Education Round
TIME: 8:00AM - 9:00AM WHERE: Richardson Lab, Room 104 (88 Stuart St) TOPIC:  To Be Confirmed PRESENTER: Nicole Harder, RN, PhD BIO:
2019 New Faculty Welcome Breakfast & Showcase
**Only open to faculty at the Faculty of Health Sciences** As a part of your transition to Queen’s, we would like to invite you to a New Faculty Orientation and Resource Showcase offered by the Health Sciences Faculty Development Office.  This event is taking place on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at the University Club, 168 Stuart St., in the George Teves dining room, and will give you the opportunity to hear from the Decanal leadership team.
42nd Annual Obstetrics & Gynaecology Memorial
At the end of this program, the participant will be able to: 1. Acquire key tools and competencies required for managing benign gynecologic conditions 2. Review most up to date evidence necessary to optimize care for the obstetrical patient 3. Recognize the importance of healthcare provider wellness and attain resources available to help achieve this
2019 CPD Alumni Symposium
Advancing Care...Inspiring Change Hear from your alumni colleagues about their professional research and experiences. Register for this valuable professional opportunity online through your Homecoming registration site. Registration opens June 21st!