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Department of Medicine Grand Rounds: A Tale of Digoxin Therapy From Don’t Stop to Can’t Start

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds: A Tale of Digoxin Therapy - From Don’t Stop to Can’t Start Presenter: Dr. Masis Perk (Special Rounds) Objectives: How did we get here? Discuss the chronology of change of practice Lest we forget; An overview of the pathophysiologic rationale for using digoxin (why, when, how) Reasons for digoxin underuse and it’s consequences in the 1s...
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4th Atlantic Melanoma Meeting

November 19, 2021 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Virtual Livestream Event This one-day meeting is designed to bring together specialists involved in melanoma treatment to review aspects of melanoma management with invited speakers and real clinical cases for discussion. We would also like to extend the invitation to nurses, general practitioners working in oncology and pharmacists, s...
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Annual Symposium of Physician Leaders of Quebec: Post-pandemic: strengthening medical leadership

Held in collaboration with the roundtable of physician leaders of Quebec, the Annual symposium for physician leaders of Quebec will focus on the evolution of the health care system under the theme Post-pandemic: strengthening medical leadership. This year's virtual symposium will take place over two half days, Nov. 25 and 26, from 8:30 am to noon. Thursday, Nov. 25 from 8:30 a...
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Perioperative (Surgical) Services Network: Colorectal Education Rounds

The Colorectal Community of Practice has been working to identify system and resource changes required to improve colorectal surgery outcomes. The team invites you to join our upcoming education round: WHEN: Thursday December 16, 2021 – 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. PRESENTED BY: Dr. Carl Brown Provincial Lead, Surgery, BC Cancer
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Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course (Jan 07, 2022)

Conference Summary Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course is organized by The Michener Institute of Education at UHN and will be held on Jan 07, 2022 at The Michener Institute of Education at UHN, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of 0.5 CEU. Intended For: Healthcare professionals and students of healthcare professions. Learner Outcom...
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19th Annual Canadian Paediatric Review Program

Join us for the 19th Annual Canadian Paediatric Review Program. Our 2022 program will be held virtually. Faculty have been chosen from educational institutions across the country.
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On Policing Pandemics: Resistance to Medico-Legal Surveillance & Enforcement

Health Law Institute hosts an extremely popular series of seminars that are open to the public and attracts a broad audience from across the university, government, and health care communities. Invited scholars and practitioners share their knowledge and reflections on the latest health law and policy issues. All welcome! Presented by Alexander McClelland, Institute of Criminol...
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ISANS: EDI Workplace Culture Program - Recruitment and Interviews: Intercultural Barriers and Solutions (Part 1)

These virtual workshops are interactive: engaging participant with breakout rooms, Google Jamboards and other activities. Please ensure you have access to a laptop or a desktop computer with functioning audio and video and have a suitable workspace. Employer-arranged and industry-focused sessions are also available. In Part 1, as a collaborative activity we identify barriers th...
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Measles (Presented by Dr. Jeannette Comeau) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 1: Part 1 of 2)

Series 1: Part 2 of 2: March 2 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a well-being goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied ...
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Chronic Renal Failure (virtual) (Presented by Dr. Karthik Tennankore) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Canadian Obstetrics and Gynecology Review Program

Join us for the 24th Annual Canadian Obstetrics and Gynecology Review Program. Our 2022 program will be held virtually with faculty chosen from educational institutions across the country. This is a national review program primarily designed for all senior obstetrics and gynecology trainees who are completing their training. This program is open to practising Ob/Gyns and Intern...
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ISANS: EDI Workplace Culture Program - Onboarding and Retention: Intercultural Barriers and Solutions (Part 2)

These virtual workshops are interactive: engaging participant with breakout rooms, Google Jamboards and other activities. Please ensure you have access to a laptop or a desktop computer with functioning audio and video and have a suitable workspace. Employer-arranged and industry-focused sessions are also available. In Part 2, as a collaborative activity we examine barriers tha...
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ISANS: EDI Workplace Culture Program - Gateway to an Intercultural Workplace

These virtual workshops are interactive: engaging participant with breakout rooms, Google Jamboards and other activities. Please ensure you have access to a laptop or a desktop computer with functioning audio and video and have a suitable workspace. Employer-arranged and industry-focused sessions are also available.
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A Review of Review of Hormone Replacement Therapy (Presented by Dr. (Dre) Melissa Brooks) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program(CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 2: Part 1 of 2)

Series 2: Part 2 of 2 - March 11 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied...
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Realizing Human Rights and Social Justice in Mental Health

Health Law Institute hosts an extremely popular series of seminars that are open to the public and attracts a broad audience from across the university, government, and health care communities. Invited scholars and practitioners share their knowledge and reflections on the latest health law and policy issues. All welcome! Presented by Marina Morrow, Professor & Chair, Schoo...
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Realizing Human Rights and Social Justice in Mental Health

Health Law Institute hosts an extremely popular series of seminars that are open to the public and attracts a broad audience from across the university, government, and health care communities. Invited scholars and practitioners share their knowledge and reflections on the latest health law and policy issues. All welcome! Presented by Marina Morrow, Professor & Chair, Schoo...
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ISANS: EDI Workplace Culture Program - Intercultural 101

‌We have a wide range of excellent virtual presentations, where audio/video interaction is a lower priority. Employer-arranged and industry-focused sessions are also available. We welcome questions, comments and ideas in our chat box and to directly with our presenters. We encourage cameras and audio be left on for greater interaction. We lay out the terms, the ideas and the f...
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Sleep Apnea for Older Adults (Presented by Dr. Alexander Nelson) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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ISANS: EDI Workplace Culture Program - Intercultural Skill Sets and Organizational Success

These virtual workshops are interactive: engaging participant with breakout rooms, Google Jamboards and other activities. Please ensure you have access to a laptop or a desktop computer with functioning audio and video and have a suitable workspace. Employer-arranged and industry-focused sessions are also available. In this workshop, we get beyond “cultural fit,” and provide gu...
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Management of Anxiety and Depression (Presented by Dr. Lara Hazelton & Andrew Harris) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 1: Part 2 of 2)

Series 1: Part 1 of 2 - Feb. 2 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied t...
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ISANS: EDI Workplace Culture Program - Leveraging your Workplace Culture

‌We have a wide range of excellent virtual presentations, where audio/video interaction is a lower priority. Employer-arranged and industry-focused sessions are also available. We welcome questions, comments and ideas in our chat box and to directly with our presenters. We encourage cameras and audio be left on for greater interaction.
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Wrist Injuries (Presented by Dr. David Johnston) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program(CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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2022 Clinical Day in Cardiology

The Clinical Day in Cardiology was initiated in 1997. We are pleased that the meeting continues to be of value by providing highly relevant clinical content. Based on the current pandemic intensity, the program will be held virtually (once again) on Thursday, March 3, 2022, between 1:00 – 4:30 p.m.
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Foregrounding Justice in the Use of Novel Artificial Womb Technologies

Health Law Institute hosts an extremely popular series of seminars that are open to the public and attracts a broad audience from across the university, government, and health care communities. Invited scholars and practitioners share their knowledge and reflections on the latest health law and policy issues. All welcome! Presented by Claire Horn, Killan Postdoctoral Fellow, Sc...
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Foregrounding Justice in the Use of Novel Artificial Womb Technologies

Health Law Institute hosts an extremely popular series of seminars that are open to the public and attracts a broad audience from across the university, government, and health care communities. Invited scholars and practitioners share their knowledge and reflections on the latest health law and policy issues. All welcome! Presented by Claire Horn, Killam Postdoctoral Fellow, Sc...
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 3: Part 1 of 2)

Series 3: Part 2 of 2 - April 2 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied ...
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ISANS: EDI Workplace Culture Program - Gateway to an Intercultural Workplace

These virtual workshops are interactive: engaging participant with breakout rooms, Google Jamboards and other activities. Please ensure you have access to a laptop or a desktop computer with functioning audio and video and have a suitable workspace. Employer-arranged and industry-focused sessions are also available.
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ISANS: EDI Workplace Culture Program - Overview

‌We have a wide range of excellent virtual presentations, where audio/video interaction is a lower priority. Employer-arranged and industry-focused sessions are also available. We welcome questions, comments and ideas in our chat box and to directly with our presenters. We encourage cameras and audio be left on for greater interaction.
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 2: Part 2 of 2)

Series 2: Part 1 of 2: Feb. 11 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied t...
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International Conference on Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine

The main theme of WYN Cardiology Forum 2022 is “Recent Advances and Trends in Cardiology.” Conference on Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine is a platform to share the latest evidence-based knowledge in timely prime, acute and specialty care topics developed and presented by experts in the field of Cardiology. WYN Cardiology Conference invites scientists from academia, indu...
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COVID-19 and Migrant Workers: Essential and Vulnerable, but not Necessarily Essential Enough

Health Law Institute hosts an extremely popular series of seminars that are open to the public and attracts a broad audience from across the university, government, and health care communities. Invited scholars and practitioners share their knowledge and reflections on the latest health law and policy issues. All welcome! Presented by Constance MacIntosh, Acting Scholarly Direc...
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Doctors Nova Scotia Virtual Billing Education Sessions

Doctors Nova Scotia is pleased to offer virtual billing education sessions to help family physicians bill more effectively and avoid poor audit outcomes. These sessions aim to help physicians understand the billing context in Nova Scotia, the MSI Physician’s Manual Preamble and billing rules. Billing basics instruction will include the importance of billing correctly, how to use...
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Biliary Pancreatic Disease (Presented by Dr. Geoff Williams) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Examining Musculo-Skeletal (Presented by Dr. Kate Montgomery) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 4: Part 1 of 2)

Series 4: Part 2 of 2 - April 27 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied...
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Let’s Talk Informatics March session: Artificial Intelligence (AI) – ChatBots

The Let’s Talk Informatics series has been developed to inform and excite people about clinical systems and information, which lead to positive patient outcomes. The goals of the series are to:
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Prescribing & De-Prescribing for the Elderly (Presented by Dr. (Dre) Alethea Lacas) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 3: Part 2 of 2)

Series 3: Part 1 of 2 - March 5 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied ...
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 5: Part 1 of 2)

Series 5: Part 2 of 2 - May 4 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied to...
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Thrive MD: Physician Wellness (Part 1) (Presented by Dr. Keri-Leigh Cassidy) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Thrive MD: Physician Wellness (Part 1) (Presented by Dr. Keri-Leigh Cassidy) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Hot Topics in General Pediatrics (Presented by Dr. Drew Yamada) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Mining Data in the EMR and Other Tips and Tricks (Presented by Dr. Michael Wadden) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Think Fast, Act Faster: What Every Doc Should Know About Sepsis & Septic Shock

Dr. Sarah McMullen, Critical Care Physician, will provide a presentation covering sepsis care quality improvement. Objectives of this presentation include: learn about any new evidence based updates in sepsis care recognize that sepsis/septic shock are medical emergencies that require prompt attention Earn 1.5 CME Credits for This Session
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Think Fast, Act Faster: What Every Doc Should Know About Sepsis & Septic Shock

Nova Scotia Health and Doctors Nova Scotia are pleased to announce the launch of the Quality Improvement (QI) Rounds by physicians for physicians. The topics for the upcoming seminars will include:
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Behaviour Change Counselling Development Program for Family Physicians

The Behaviour Change Counselling Development Program provides education, training and support for family physicians who are interested in supporting patients to effectively activate and sustain health behaviour changes to improve health outcomes. The program uses a quality improvement approach and includes three components that span over 12 weeks: 8 self directed e modules 3...
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 4: Part 2 of 2)

Series 4: Part 1 of 2 - March 30 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied...
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Heart Failure Guidelines Update: Cases and Practical Application

Nova Scotia Health and Doctors Nova Scotia are pleased to announce the launch of the Quality Improvement (QI) Rounds by physicians for physicians. The topics for the upcoming seminars will include:
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 6: Part 1 of 2)

Series 6: Part 2 of 2 - May 26 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied t...
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AIME Advanced Program

The AIME program has been providing airway education for thousands of physicians across the country for over 20 years.  The next AIME Advanced program will be offered on April 29th.  It has been two years since we were last able to provide in-person CPD. The need for safe airway management was highlighted by COVID. Over these past two years we have tried to support clinicians in...
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SAVE THE DATE: 47th Annual Dalhousie Spring Refresher - Therapeutics

Save the Dates! We are currently planning the conference with an in-person audience, but we will monitor the public health guidelines and adjust accordingly. The Spring Refresher content will be delivered on these two days, regardless of the format. Registration and Agenda details to follow.
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 5: Part 2 of 2)

Series 5: Part 1 of 2 - April 6 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied ...
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Prevention and Management of Acute Exacerbation of COPD

Nova Scotia Health and Doctors Nova Scotia are pleased to announce the launch of the Quality Improvement (QI) Rounds by physicians for physicians. The topics for the upcoming seminars will include:
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Prevention and Management of Acute Exacerbation of COPD

Nova Scotia Health and Doctors Nova Scotia are pleased to announce the launch of the Quality Improvement (QI) Rounds by physicians for physicians. The topics for the upcoming seminars will include:
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Thrive MD: Physician Wellness (Part 2) (Presented by Dr. Keri-Leigh Cassidy - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Thrive MD: Physician Wellness (Part 2) (Presented by Dr. Keri-Leigh Cassidy - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Doctors Nova Scotia Virtual Billing Education Sessions

Doctors Nova Scotia is pleased to offer virtual billing education sessions to help family physicians bill more effectively and avoid poor audit outcomes. These sessions aim to help physicians understand the billing context in Nova Scotia, the MSI Physician’s Manual Preamble and billing rules. Billing basics instruction will include the importance of billing correctly, how to use...
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Update on Hematological Malignancies (Presented by Dr. Mahmoud Elsawy) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Patient-Centered Priorities and Goals of Care: Capturing Crucial Conversations in Our Health Record

Nova Scotia Health and Doctors Nova Scotia are pleased to announce the launch of the Quality Improvement (QI) Rounds by physicians for physicians. The topics for the upcoming seminars will include:
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 6: Part 2 of 2)

Series 6: Part 1 of 2 - April 28 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied...
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 7: Part 1 of 2)

Series 7: Part 2 of 2 - June 24 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied ...
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Screening in Family Practice - What to Test on Who, When (Presented by Dr. (Dre) Lisa Bonang) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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Doctors Nova Scotia Annual Conference 2022

The 2022 conference will be held June 3 & 4 at the Digby Pines Resort & Spa in Digby.  The annual conference brings together Nova Scotia’s physicians for a business-packed, fun-filled weekend where engaging discussions lead to new ideas and social events lead to lasting connections. Conference highlights include:
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Nephrotoxic Drugs (Presented by Dr. Penelope Poyah) - The Nova Scotia Community Hospital Program (CHP)

The Nova Scotia Community Hospital (CHP) programs give you the opportunity for professional development at a hospital near you, limiting disruption to your practice or your personal commitments. Discussing local cultures and challenges for change with colleagues provides a unique learning opportunity.
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5th Annual Canadian Association of General Practitioners in Oncology (CAGPO)

(Affiliated with the 25th Annual Atlantic Canada Oncology Group (ACOG) Symposium) Pre-conference Meeting - Accredited CME (2.5 Mainpro+ credits) COST: Free but registration is required 
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25th Annual Atlantic Canada Oncology Group (ACOG) Symposium

The educational focus: Colorectal Cancer and General Oncology Topics.  Accredited for 7.0 hours by CPD Dalhousie University.     The main objective: to promote cooperation among cancer centres/programs in Atlantic Canada and improve the quality of cancer care.  The other objectives of the symposium can be found in the registration brochure. 
Registration
http://www.acog.ca
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Doctors Nova Scotia Virtual Billing Education Sessions

Doctors Nova Scotia is pleased to offer virtual billing education sessions to help family physicians bill more effectively and avoid poor audit outcomes. These sessions aim to help physicians understand the billing context in Nova Scotia, the MSI Physician’s Manual Preamble and billing rules. Billing basics instruction will include the importance of billing correctly, how to use...
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Thrive MD Sessions (Series 7: Part 2 of 2)

Series 7: Part 1 of 2 - May 27 The interactive sessions invite physicians to activate a wellbeing goal in one health domain. The program uses a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach to implement preventative medicine. By taking part in the series, physicians will experience first-hand principles of behaviour activation used in CBT. The method used can then also be applied t...
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Nova Scotia Health’s Seventh Annual General Meeting Healthier Together: We Persevere

Please join Janet Davidson, administrator of Nova Scotia Health and Karen Oldfield, interim president and CEO of Nova Scotia Health for this year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM). The format of this year’s AGM is a virtual, formal business meeting. This approach allows us to focus our efforts on the Annual Report and create other opportunities to celebrate our people and their co...
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WYN Cardiology Congress 2022

WYN conferences is organizing the “International Conference on Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine” which is a platform to gather all researchers, scholars, and all leading experts in Cardiology research and marketing which is going to be held during July 14-15, 2022 in New York, USA. The main theme of WYN Cardiology Forum 2022 is “Recent Advances and Trends in Cardiology”.  ...
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CASEM Basketball Sport Medicine Conference

Join us for our return to in-person events! Limited space available! CASEM is excited to launch this day and half sport-focused, basketball sport medicine CPD event to be held at Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.

Physician wellness: Reflections on the challenges and opportunities

Physicians and healthcare providers face complex challenges that have been amplified by the pandemic and recent global events. These challenges include ongoing workplace stressors, strain on personal relationships and financial stress; and physician wellness is on the line - now more than ever.
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Symposium on Advances in Pediatric Pain Prevention and Treatment: From Basic Science to Clinical Application

SKIP is proud to be a sponsor of this one-day Symposium on childhood pain will be bringing together experts to share innovations, practices, and more in the area of pain in child health in Toronto. Our Associate Scientific Director Katie Birnie alongside three people with lived experience; Michelle Wan, Vina Mohabir, and Gillian Newman, will be chairing a panel. Our Scientific D...
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Education Session: Accreditation Basics

Leading up to Accreditation, weekly education sessions are available for all staff and physicians to attend virtually. These one-hour sessions will walk you through what you need to know about Accreditation and how to prepare. Topics include: What is an ROP? What is a tracer?  Why Accreditation is important Please note these are repeat sessions – you only need to attend ...
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Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Rounds: Improving Care and Outcomes – NS Health Quality Improvement Approach 

Wednesday, September 21, 2022 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm via Zoom Presented by Erin Leith, Director, Quality Improvement & Safety at Nova Scotia Health, and Dr. Vanessa Sweet (pictured), Anesthesiologist at Nova Scotia Health and Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesia, Pain Management & Perioperative Medicine, at Dalhousie University. Presentation objectives:  ...
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Social and Structural Determinants: Where Health Really Comes From

Dalhousie Health Law Institute Seminar Series Gaynor Watson-Creed Associate Dean, Serving and Engaging Society  Community Health & Epidemiology, Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University https://www.dal.ca/faculty/law/hli/seminar-series.html
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Register now for Children’s Healthcare Canada’s Annual Conference

It is time to reconnect with colleagues, celebrate and be inspired! This event is a celebration of leaders in child health with a theme of Energy, Optimism and Leadership: A Bright Future for Child Health in Canada. Available in -person at the Shaw Centre in downtown Ottawa and Virtual from November 29th – December 1st.

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