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Obesity Management Registration

This obesity management online CME course is designed for primary care practitioners in Alberta to understand the 5As, and to use this set of practical tools as well as local resources in obesity counselling and management.

This program is accredited for up to 3.0 Mainpro+ and 3.0 MOC Section 3 credits.

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Online Courses

This obesity management online CME course is designed for primary care practitioners in Alberta to understand the 5As, and to use this set of practical tools as well as local resources in obesity counselling and management.

Credits: 3.0 Mainpro+ / 3.0 MOC Section 3

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The content of a local workshop on PTSD is now available for your online self-learning. This course will help you understand the primary care perspectives of natural disasters’ impact on communities and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in Alberta.

Credits: 2.0 Manipro+ / 2.0 MOC Section 3

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In this course you will learn how to effectively discuss weight gain with pregnant women in Alberta. The modules will help health care professionals apply Health Canada's Gestational Weight Gain Guidelines, use resources to support and counsel women, and apply strategies for providing tailored and woman-centered care.

Credits: 1.5 Mainpro+ / 1.5 MOC Section 3

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The efforts to manage behavioural disturbances in dementia involve non-pharmacologic approaches and pharmacologic treatments. This online self-learning course is designed to support family physicians in implementing behaviour assessment and management of patients with dementia, situating the appropriate use of antipsychotics within the local care team strategies in Alberta.

Credits: TBD

Coming Soon! Registration Opens Summer 2018!

Blended Courses

These are the pre-training components of Office Gynecology Training for Family Physicians Program. Participants complete online components before the in-clinic hands-on session.

Credits: 12.0 Mainpro+

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In order to address tapering and stopping opioid therapy, the Calgary Pain Program and the UofC CME&PD co-developed a blended course (i.e. online self-learning + group learning), so that practitioners have the opportunities to review the principles and guidelines, reflect on their own practices and discuss enablers and barriers.

Learners can choose to complete only the online modules or the full blended course of online modules and group learning workshops.

Credits:

Online Modules
5.0 Mainpro+ Self-Learning
5.0 MOC Section 3

Workshops
18.0 Mainpro+ Group Learning
6.0 MOC Section 3dd

Coming Soon! Registration opens Fall 2018.

The medical record facilitates good care. With contemporaneous documentation of patient encounters, the reflection and review can reinforce the consistency, completeness and quality of your clinical activities. This program aims to address sufficient documentation, which is central to patient safety and continuity of quality care. Participants will learn how to appropriately document patient encounters following Subjective Objective Assessment Plan (SOAP) format.

Credits: TBD

Coming Soon! Registration opens Fall 2018.

This annual course is facilitated by cardiologists from the University of Calgary Cardiac Sciences. The course will provide a review of basic 12-lead ECG interpretation skills required by family physicians. Participants are required to complete online self-learning activities prior to the full day face-to-face activities.

Credits: 6.0 Mainpro+ Group Learning / 6.0 MOC Section 1

Next Workshop in 2019!

This workshop is designed for family physicians and other primary care practitioners involved in the care of patients with common joint issues. There is a strong focus on exam skills, initial treatment and when to refer. Participants are required to watch online podcasts prior to the hands-on workshop.

Credits: 12.0 Mainpro+ Group Learning

Next Workshop in 2019!