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Video conference - Educating Family Physicians in Palliative Care - Spring 2020

When

to

Where

Online, Queen's University
68 Barrie St, Kingston, Ontario, K7L3N6, Canada
Fee: $100.00 (Base Price)

In light of the current COVID-19 situation, we are currently planning to offer the Educating Family Physicians in Palliative Care Spring Program as a videoconference online, via Zoom.   Registration is still limited to enable a small-group learning atmosphere.

 

Due to the rapidly changing nature of the COVID-19 situation and the competing priorities of the presenters, we may need to make further changes to this program.  

Now Online - Educating Family Physicians in Palliative Care

Educating Family Physicians in Palliative Care is funded by the Ministry of Health, Kingston Area Long-term Care Division. There is no registration fee; only a $100 deposit which will be returned when you complete the course.  Registration is limited for this small-group learning program.

Eligibility
Family physicians living within the areas of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, Hastings, Prince Edward, Lanark, Leeds and Grenville, Northumberland, Haliburton, Peterborough, Victoria, and Durham are eligible to participate in the program. are eligible to participate in the program.

Credits
This Group Learning program meets the certification criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been certified by Queen's University for up to 85.5 Mainpro+ credits.

The 4-day program, a pre-program knowledge assessment, post-program reflection and assessment, and a one-day preceptorship must be completed in full in order to receive the Mainpro+ certificate for this program.

 

In an effort to switch to a “less paper” program, presentations will be available online under the program in your Program Centre account rather than being printed.

Welcome, Introduction to Palliative Care Initiatives, Objectives & Overview

Craig Goldie, MD, CCFP(PC), FRCPC, Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Departments of Oncology, Medicine, and Family Medicine, Queen’s University

Pain Management (Part I)

Craig Goldie, MD, CCFP(PC), FRCPC, Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Departments of Oncology, Medicine, and Family Medicine, Queen’s University

Break

Advanced Pain Management (Part II)

Majid Iqbal, MD, PhD, CCFP(PC), Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Departments of Medicine & Oncology, Queen’s University

Pain Cases

Majid Iqbal, MD, PhD, CCFP(PC), Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Departments of Medicine & Oncology, Queen’s University

End of Day 1

Oncology Updates for Family Physicians

Heather Ostic, MD, CCFP, Assistant Professor, Departments of Oncology & Family Medicine, Queen’s University; Clinical Associate, Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario

Dyspnea & Palliative Care in Non-Malignant Diseases

Maggie Yongci Yu, BScN, MD, FRCPC (internal medicine), Palliative Care Fellow, Queen’s University

Break

Cases: Dyspnea & Palliative Care in Non-Malignant Disease

Hasitha Welihinda, MD, FRCPC, Assistant Professor, Division of Nephrology, Department of Medicine, Queen's University

Palliation of Nausea & Vomiting

Antoinette Mihaylova, MD, CCFP, Palliative Medicine Fellow, Queen’s University

Break

Malignant Bowel Obstruction

Danielle Kain, MA, MD, CCFP (PC), Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Departments of Medicine & Oncology, Queen’s University

Constipation and Anorexia/Cachexia

Danielle Kain, MA, MD, CCFP (PC), Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Departments of Medicine & Oncology, Queen’s University

Break

Bereavement and Grief

Julia Davies, MSW RSW Social Worker Cancer Centre South Eastern Ontario

Spirituality in Medicine

B.Th. RP; CASC Certified Spiritual Health Practitioner; Registered Psychotherapist, CRPO; Department of Spiritual Care, Kingston Health Sciences Centre; Palliative Care, Oncology, Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario

Cannabis in Palliative Care

Craig Goldie, MD, CCFP(PC), FRCPC, Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Departments of Oncology, Medicine, and Family Medicine, Queen’s University

End of Day 2

Delirium

Christopher Frank, MD, FCFP(COE), Professor, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Department of Medicine, Queen’s University

Frailty as a Guide to Decision Making

Christopher Frank, MD, FCFP(COE), Professor, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Department of Medicine, Queen’s University

Break

Advance Care Planning, Goals of Care

Christopher Frank, MD, FCFP(COE), Professor, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Department of Medicine, Queen’s University
Natalie Kondor, MD, MSc, CCFP(PC), Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, Queen's University

Break

Emergencies in Palliative Care

Natalie Kondor, MD, MSc, CCFP(PC), Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, Queen's University

Proportionate Palliative Sedation and Definition of MAiD

Majid Iqbal, MD, PhD, CCFP(PC), Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Departments of Medicine & Oncology, Queen’s University

Break

Care of the Imminently Dying Patient

Kaityn Boese, MD, CCFP, Palliative Medicine Fellow, Queen’s University

End of Day 3

Home Supports and Practical Tips

Alison Flanagan, MD, CCFP(PC), Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Department of Medicine, Queen's University

Break

Consolidating Palliative Care Cases

Alison Flanagan, MD, CCFP(PC), Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Department of Medicine, Queen's University

Wrap-up and Closing Remarks

Alison Flanagan, MD, CCFP(PC), Assistant Professor, Division of Palliative Medicine, Department of Medicine, Queen's University