Events

ECHO Epilepsy Learning Days 2024 – Epilepsy in Children & Youth and Adults (Ottawa)

Thu, February 29, 2024 - Fri, March 01, 2024
Delta Hotels by Marriott Ottawa City Centre | 101 Lyon Street North, Ottawa ON

hosted by Project Echo

Objectives

Our interdisciplinary epilepsy education events bring together epilepsy specialists and community health providers, fostering connections and knowledge exchange. The event consists of interactive learning with case-based sessions and didactic presentations. It also includes a special panel discussion and dinner event.

All healthcare providers and students are welcome – content will be most valuable for family physicians, community neurologists and rural/remote healthcare providers.

CCSMH Webinar : Social Isolation and Loneliness / Isolement social et solitude

Thu, February 29, 2024
Online Webinar

hosted by Canadian coalition for seniors mental health

Objectives

The Canadian Coalition for Seniors’ Mental Health understands the critical need for research and development of clinical guidelines that support the vital roles of health care and social service professionals in addressing social isolation and loneliness of older Canadians. Please join us as we unveil these new evidence-based guidelines. 

Culinary Medicine: Dietary Approaches to Dyslipidemia and Cardiovascular Risk Reduction

Thu, February 29, 2024
February 29 2024

Hosted by Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Objectives

Searching for an immersive CPD activity in 2024? Join us on Thursday, February 29 for a day of fun and interactive learning. Culinary Medicine: Dietary Approaches to Dyslipidemia and Cardiovascular Risk Reduction brings learning to life with cooking demonstrations, food tasting, and a simulated grocery shopping experience informed by the latest nutrition evidence.

Post Covid Vaccine Hesitancy: How to Navigate this New Era

Tue, February 27, 2024 - Thu, February 29, 2024
Online Webinar

hosted by MERCK

Objectives

  • Discuss strategies to help minimize barriers to immunization.
  • Discuss the importance of immunization recommendations and communication strategies about vaccination. 
  • Review current recommendations and discuss patient counselling best practices on HPV diseases and prevention.
  • Discuss strategies to help promote vaccine confidence.

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ECHO Epilepsy Learning Days 2024 – Epilepsy in Children & Youth and Adults (TORONTO)

Thu, February 08, 2024 - Fri, February 09, 2024
The Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning | 686 Bay Street, Toronto, ON

hosted by Project Echo

Objectives

Our interdisciplinary epilepsy education events bring together epilepsy specialists and community health providers, fostering connections and knowledge exchange. The event consists of interactive learning with case-based sessions and didactic presentations. It also includes a special panel discussion and dinner event.

All healthcare providers and students are welcome – content will be most valuable for family physicians, community neurologists and rural/remote healthcare providers.

Lawson Digital Series: Dietary Patterns in the Management of Cardiometabolic Disease

Thu, February 08, 2024 - Thu, June 06, 2024
Webinar Series

Hosted by Lawson nutrition centre, University of toronto

Objectives

The Lawson Centre Nutrition Digital Series returns this year with a broader focus on clinical nutrition across the lifespan. Join us for 10 interactive sessions covering dietary patterns in the management of cardiometabolic disease starting February 8.

Take away practical knowledge and strategies to incorporate nutrition counselling into your own primary care practice. Topics for 2024 will cover:

CBRS Two Eyed Seeing through Compound Eyes Workshop

Thu, January 18, 2024
January 18, 2024: 10:30am-1:00pm PT / 1:30-4:00pm ET

The canadian Brain research strategy (CBRS)

Objectives

This is a unique, cross-cultural opportunity to engage with researchers, funders, institutions, Indigenous community members; to initiate dialogue and discussion on how to develop relationships and concrete solutions with Indigenous peoples, particularly in the context of the complexities of the brain.

Click here to register