CME events: mark your calendars

Finding medical evidence: supporting patient care – using the Internet to your advantage

June 14, 2014 – Victoria
http://www.ubccpd.ca/course/fme-victoria-2014

June 19, 2014 – Kamloops
http://www.ubccpd.ca/course/fme-kamloops-2014

September 27, 2014 – Vancouver
http://www.ubccpd.ca/course/fme-vancouver-2014

These workshops are accredited for 3.5 Mainpro-M1 credits from College of Family Physicians of Canada and an Accredited Group Learning Activity (MOC Section 1) as defined by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

A health-care system purpose built for all patients—elusive pipe dream or emerging reality? – 2014 Education Day

Friday, September 26, 2014

Save the date for the much-anticipated College Education Day, held again this year at the Vancouver Convention Centre. This year’s theme: building a quality health-care system that meets the care needs of our province’s diverse population. There will be sessions which focus on the challenges and obstacles, and compelling reasons for driving change. Other sessions will highlight current examples of physicians engaged in evidence-based initiatives that are improving care delivery for patients and practitioners.

For more information about the plenary and workshop topics and presenters, see the complete program.

Download the registration form now.

Application has been made for CME/CPD credits:

  • Maintenance of Certification Section 1 – to be advised
  • Mainpro-M1 – to be advised

Medical record keeping workshop

November 5, 2014 – Vancouver

This course is primarily directed at family/general practitioners and other physicians providing primary care. The course is delivered in an interactive format using real case examples and simulated patient encounters to demonstrate the practice of effective clinical record keeping.

Pain and Suffering Symposium

Friday, March 6–Saturday, March 7, 2015

The 28th annual Pain and Suffering Symposium is presented by the Foundation for Medical Excellence in cooperation with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia. This course is designed to assist clinicians in managing the most challenging of pain patient—patients with complex chronic pain.

This program will benefit physicians, health professionals, administrators, and others interested in the management of pain.

For more information, visit The Foundation for Medical Excellence.