WhenWed Oct 26th 2022, 8:00 am to Wed Oct 26th 2022, 3:30 pm
DocumentsDept of Surgery Day 2022 Agenda.pdf
Join the Department of Surgery at the Quality Inn & Conference Centre for a new full-day program filled with various surgical topics and skills for primary care practitioners!
The program will begin with sessions that will explore a range of topics from the management of skin lesions to assessment strategies and evidence-based approaches for thyroid conditions, the shoulder, common cervical spine complaints, refractory GERD, dysphagia, hernias and mitral valve dysfunction.
The sessions will be followed by a hands-on carousel during which attendees will practice various surgery-based skills and integrate feedback from surgeon-coaches. Carousel topics include:
- Plastic Surgery: Excision of Cysts / Instruments and Suturing Techniques
- ENT: Shave versus Punch Biopsies (Special Cases: Ear and Nose)
- Orthopedic Surgery: "What to Inject When You're Injecting": A Framework for Deciding When, What and for Whom to Consider Knee Injections
- Neurosurgery: Hands on Pratice of a Neurological Exam for Radiculopathy and Cervical Myelopathy
- General Surgery: Assessment of a Hernia / Abdomen Exam for Common Complaints
Please note that back-up session recordings will be available for learners who are unable to attend an in-person program due to health or emergency issues.
Please note: Registration will NOT be available at the door on October 26.
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 5.5 Mainpro+ credits. This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and is approved by the Office of Continuing Professional Development, Queen’s University. You may claim a maximum of 5.5 hours.
Please note the following guidelines that have been established for Queen's Continuing Professional Development programming:
- Queen's Continuing Professional Development programming strongly recommends being up-to-date and boosted against pathogens of public health concern.
- Self-assessment for COVID-19 symptoms is required before attending Queen’s CPD programs. You may use the province's self-assessment tool. Anyone with symptoms must stay home and not attend the program. https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/
- In small group settings and private offices where physical distancing cannot be maintained, masking is strongly recommended and may be requested by instructors.
ASTM F2100 Level 2 or 3 medical -grade masks will be provided at the registration desk for all attendees and speakers.
- Practice physical distancing and avoid close contact when possible.
- Hand sanitizer is available at the entrance and throughout the room for your use.
We will now post the program agenda to the “Community” within CPD Program Centre where we have been posting the presentations. We encourage you to bring a laptop/tablet to the program should you wish to access these items during the event.
We appreciate your support in this effort to reduce our paper usage during this time and lessen the environmental impact of our programs longer term.
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