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MSK COURSES: APPLY KNOWLEDGE TO PRACTICE

MSK ASSES
OCTOBER 13-14, 2017 | TORONTO REHAB, 550 UNIVERSITY AVE., AUDITORIUM

MSK SPORT MED
JANUARY 12-13, 2018 | TORONTO REHAB, 550 UNIVERSITY AVE., LECTURE THEATRE

MSK CHRONIC
APRIL 13-14, 2018 | TORONTO REHAB, 505 UNIVERSITY AVE., AUDITORIUM

Participants will learn to conduct a diagnostic interview in an efficient and effective manner, demonstrate evidence-based clinical examination skills for MSK assessment, understand the efficacy of MSK rehabilitation treatment, gain proficiency in exercise counseling for evidence based management and integrated practice tools into a diagnostic assessment and treatment plan. This program will allow the participant to develop and pursue clinical practice questions as a precursor to literature searches, research projects and educational interventions. This program is also approved as a Continuing Education Certificate of Completions with each weekend earning between 13 and 14.5 credits

For more information, CLICK HERE to visit our website.
Phone: (416) 597-3422 x 3448
Email: conferences@uhn.ca

1ST NATIONAL NEUROPATHIC PAIN DAY
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2017 | TORONTO WESTERN HOSPITAL, TORONTO ON

The objectives of this course are to understand the challenges of neuropathic pain at a population level, and to disseminate knowledge on assessment and treatment of neuropathic pain. Evidence and selection of treatments for neuropathic pain will be discussed.

CLICK HERE to view the agenda and to register online

CANADIAN INTERVENTIONAL PAIN COURSE
APRIL 13-14, 2018 | MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL, TORONTO ONTARIO

Join us for a comprehensive two-day review of the diagnostic and therapeutic approach to the patient suffering from common painful conditions.
Day 1 will consist of didactic and interactive lectures, with a focus on the basic science of anatomy, pathology, and epidemiology of common painful conditions. Day 2 is an all-day skills lab, focusing on interventional spine and joint pain procedures on live and cadaveric models with ultrasound and fluroscopy.

CLICK HERE to visit our website
Contact: Lourdes Webster ,Event Coordinator
Email:obanesthesia@mtsinai.on.ca
Phone: (416) 586-4800 x 2931

PALLIUM CANADA ONLINE MODULE
ONGOING | ONLINE

Pallium Canada is now offering a *NEW* online module titled 'Taking Ownership' that encourages healthcare professionals to make primary-level palliative care a part of their daily work

The learning objectives are:

  • Define "palliative care" and the "palliative care approach"
  • Identify patients who could benefit from a palliative care approach earlier in the illness
  • Activate a palliative care approach earlier in the illness trajectory
  • Expand your role in providing a palliative care approach in your setting(s)

 The module outline is as follows:

  • When would a patient benefit from a palliative care approach?
  • Identifying patients early
  • Changing the culture
  • Who provides palliative care?
  • Quiz/Conclusions

To access the module CLICK HERE

About Pallium Canada:

Pallium Canada is a national organization created to improve the quality of hospice and palliative care services through the development and dissemination of peer-reviewed education, resources and clinical decision-maaing tools for interprofessional health care providers. Since 2001, Pallium Canada has been the sole national organization supporting continuing interprofessional palliative care education across Canada.

OPIOIDS FOR CHRONIC NON-CANCER PAIN: USING THE CANADIAN GUIDELINE IN YOUR PRACTICE
ONGOING | ONLINE

This teaching module explores each of the five clusters of the Canadian Guideline for Safe and Effective Use of Opioids for Chronic Non-Cancer Pain, highlighting treatment recommendations through case presentations and summaries, and includes many useful tools to help manage, assess, and monitor patients using opioid therapy for chronic non-cancer pain.

To better understand and be able to implement the recommendations in the Canadian Guideline for Safe and Effective Use of Opioids for Chronic Non-Cancer Pain, after completing this module the learner will be able to:

  • Identify patients with chronic non-cancer pain (CNCP) who may benefit from a trial of opioid therapy.
  • Discuss the decision process involved when considering a trial of opioid therapy.
  • Describe the potential risks associated with opioids such as side effects, long term medical complications and addiction.
  • Describe what a trial of opioid therapy involves.
  • List appropriate documentation for the prescribing and monitoring of opioid therapy and the tools that can be used for monitoring efficacy and safety of opioids.
  • Cite examples of when opioids should be rotated, tapered or stopped.
  • Discuss the appropriate use of opioids in specific higher-risk populations.
  • Identify resources available to help you and your patients manage their CNCP.

For free registration CLICK HERE or HERE

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN PAIN CARE PROGRAM
ONGOING | ONLINE

Queen's University in Kingston, Canada is offering a new Graduate Diploma in Pain Care program. It is an 8 month, part-time program consisting of 4 online courses and a 1 week onsite integrated interprofessional course using simulation facilities at Queen's University. It is intended for practicing healthcare professionals with a desire to provide comprehensive pain care and/or who wish to become experts in pain within their work environment. The program provides in-depth theoretical and clinical knowledge that will enhance the ability of healthcare professionals to provide quality pain care and to develop, implement and evaluate pain-related programs.  The program is interdisciplinary and includes faculty from nursing, anesthesiology and preoperative medicine, biomedical and molecular sciences, rehabilitation therapy, and psychology.

For more information:

Please visit our website OR view the webinar OR contact us at paindiploma@queensu.ca

CLICK HERE to download a PDF for this event.