uOttawa upcoming CME Events

Wed, April 17, 2024 - Mon, June 10, 2024

Hosted by the faculty of medicine, university of ottawa

73rd Annual Refresher Course for Family Physicians 
April 17 – 19, 2024 | Partial Hybrid | Ottawa Conference and Event Centre 
Hosted By Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa  

This comprehensive course is designed to provide family physicians and other health-care providers with relevant and recent information about approaches to the diagnosis and management of conditions across the breadth of family medicine in both rural and urban settings. Each day consists of a combination of lectures and workshop sessions designed specifically for family physicians and healthcare providers which allows course attendees to customize their learning experience.  

18.00 RCPSC Hours & 18.00 Mainpro+ Credits Available. 
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Essentials for Quality Improvement for Ontario Physicians 
COHORT 1: April 26, May 17, May 31 
COHORT 2: October 4, October 25, November 15 
Virtual Conference | 9.00 RCPSC Hours & 9.00 Mainpro+ Credits Available 
Hosted By Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa  

Ontario family physicians and specialists and their teams who are looking to advance their quality improvement skills and those who are working on their CPSO QI/QA practice improvement plans. This course is designed for clinicians who want to improve patient care and outcomes, achieve efficiency, reduce care costs or advocate for a change that is needed in your setting. 

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uOttawa Annual Dizziness Symposium 
May 10, 2024 | In Person Conference | Centurion Conference and Event Center 
7.00 RCSPC Hours & 7.00 Mainpro+ Credits Available 

Patients presenting with dizziness are challenging, whether this is acute or chronic, in the clinic or the emergency department. Dizzy patients are difficult to diagnose and manage for all clinicians, from primary care to specialists and other allied health professionals. This 1-day symposium will provide participants with a solid foundation of clinical knowledge and skills used to diagnose and treat patients with dizziness through a combination of didactic teaching, case-based learning, and clinical skills workshops. 

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2024 Precision Child and Youth Mental Health Conference
June 10 and 11, 2024 - Partial Hybrid – Shaw Centre Ottawa, ON

With unprecedented potential to transform child and youth mental health, PCYMH is rapidly moving us towards precision care guided by data about each patient's unique genetic, biomarker, environmental, and lifestyle characteristics. Join us for a stimulating two days of discovery and discussion with like-minded colleagues in beautiful Ottawa, Canada's capital! Visit PCYMH Conference website for more information at www.pcymh.ca