Clinical Reasoning Course Post-Workshop Activity

This is the online space for post-workshop activity of the Clinical Reasoning Course. Participants of this course are REQUIRED to complete all the steps of post-workshop activity. You will receive reminders at various time points during the three months to complete specific course requirements here. Clinical Reasoning Course: Tools and Resources (course handout and additional […]

Educating for Equity

Educating for Equity: Social and cultural domains of comprehensive diabetes care with Indigenous patients   ABOUT THE COURSE  LEARNING OBJECTIVES After completing this course, you will be equipped to: Appropriately support Indigenous patients in key social and cultural domains that contribute to diabetes outcomes, in the provision of comprehensive diabetes care Build effective therapeutic […]

Peer Coaching for Practicing Professionals

About the course Peer Coaching for Practicing Professionals will pragmatically prepare you to coach peers in a variety of settings. The eight-week course is comprised of self-learning modules, online interactive workshops, peer discussions and a discussion forum. Participants will be assigned into coach-coachee pairs for workshops and peer discussions. Workshop breakout rooms will be recorded […]

MyPI

MyPI Your Activities Progress is saved as you work through your activity.  Activity Title Progress At this time you are unable to go back to already completed steps and activities. You  do receive summary reports in your e-mail as you complete them.

Clinical Reasoning Course

ABOUT THE COURSE Clinical reasoning is a core competency for ensuring patient safety and the quality of patient care. It is a skill, process, or outcome wherein physicians observe, collect, and interpret data to diagnose and treat patients. Problems flagged during “Physician Practice Reviews”, such as missed diagnoses and suboptimal documentation, frequently reveal gaps in […]

PROactive: Identifying and Managing Violence in the Workplace

We would like to acknowledge that Alberta rests on the territories of Treaty 6, 7, and 8 and Metis Regions 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6.This territory is home to many Indigenous Peoples, including the Blackfoot, Cree, Dene, Saulteaux, Ojibwe, Stoney Nakoda, Sioux, and Tsuut’ina Peoples, and the Metis Nations of Alberta and the Metis […]

The POCUS Disinfection Course

ABOUT THE COURSE You need to use point of care ultrasound (POCUS) to assess your patient. How do you routinely clean and disinfect your POCUS device properly between patients? What if a patients is on contact and droplet precautions? The POCUS Disinfection Course aims to prepare healthcare providers in Alberta to reduce the risk of […]

Personal Protective Equipment Certification Course (Online Modules)

ABOUT THE COURSE First, do no harm. How do you keep yourselves, your patients, and your families safe when using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) while caring for patients in isolation? The Personal Protective Equipment Certification Course aims to prepare healthcare providers to care for patients who require droplet and contact isolation on medical admission units […]

Wise Prescribing and Deprescribing: Opioid Skills for the Frontline Clinician (Post-Workshop Activity)

  This is the post-workshop component of Wise Prescribing and Deprescribing: Opioid Skills for the Frontline Clinician (Paired Workshops). Participants are REQUIRED to complete this activity to receive CME certificate for completion of the workshops. Tools & Resources LEARNING OBJECTIVES After participating in this course, participants will be equipped to: identify whether opioid tapering is […]

AHS 20-Hour Breastfeeding eLearning Course: Informed Feeding Decisions

ABOUT THIS MODULE Curious about how you can best support families with their infant and child feeding decisions? This module will provide you with the knowledge and skills to facilitate Informed Feeding Decisions (IFDs) across the continuum of care. A note on inclusive terminology: This module uses gender-neutral terminology whenever possible. In some instances, gender-specific […]

Adolescent Non-Suicidal Self Injury for Primary Care Physicians

ABOUT THE COURSE This brief online course will help you build confidence in providing initial management of young adult presenting self harm behaviours. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, participants will be equipped to: Define NSSI and describe the incidence Assess adolescent patients who present with self harm Counsel patients and their families Initiate […]

Medical Record Keeping Post-Workshop Activity

This is the online space for post-workshop activity of the Medical Record Keeping Course. Participants of this course are REQUIRED to complete all the requirements of post-workshop activity before attending the three-month post-workshop webinar. You will receive reminders at various time points during the three months to complete specific course requirements here. Medical Record Keeping: […]

Professionalism and Medical Ethics

ABOUT THE COURSE Physicians are committed to the health and well-being of individual patients and society through ethical practice, high personal standards of behaviour, accountability to the profession and society, physician-led regulation, and maintenance of personal health and professional wellness. This course is designed to help you recognize and safely navigate everyday ethical and professional […]

Patient Relations: Part One

ATTENTION   We have stopped hosting the Patient Relations: Part One in ECME portal. You can now access Patient Relations courses, Part One and Part Two both, through CPSA’s Physician Portal. You may contact info@cpsa.ca for any further question about these two courses. If you have completed Patient Relations: Part One in ECME before, you […]

Confident ECG Interpretation: Post-Course Activity

This is the post-course assessment of the Confident ECG Interpretation Course. Upon completing the test, you will have access to answers and explanations of all the ECG examples of this Course. ABOUT THE COURSE The Confident ECG Interpretation Course is facilitated by cardiologists from the University of Calgary Cardiac Sciences. The course is designed for family […]

Podcasts on Cultural Competency and Interprofessional Collaboration

ABOUT THE PODCASTS These podcasts and additional resources are hand-picked from the self-paced online orientation for the International Medical Graduates (IMGs) who undergo a Practice Readiness Assessment (PRA) in Alberta. TO NAVIGATE THROUGH THE ONLINE CONTENT It is not recommended to access the online content on smartphones at this point as your learning experience might […]

AHS 20-Hour Breastfeeding eLearning Course: Introduction to Breastmilk and Breastfeeding

ABOUT THIS MODULE Are you new to breastfeeding support or need a refresher on breastfeeding anatomy, physiology, nutrition, health benefits, and safety? This 2-hour module will provide you with foundational knowledge on these topics from evidence-based, patient and family centred care, and Informed Feeding Decisions perspectives. A note on inclusive terminology Some individuals who lactate […]

AHS 20-Hour Breastfeeding eLearning Course: Including Partners and Supporters

ABOUT THIS MODULE Sometimes health care professionals can feel uncertain about how to best support the breastfeeding family as a whole. This module will provide you with the interpersonal knowledge and skills you need to encourage partner and close supporter involvement in the breastfeeding team. Including Partners & Supporters explores family perspectives on breastfeeding support […]

AHS 20-Hour Breastfeeding eLearning Course: Positive Breastfeeding Support

ABOUT THIS MODULE Do you ever wonder how you can contribute to a more positive breastfeeding experience for the families you work with? Positive Breastfeeding Support is part of a series of eLearning modules in the AHS 20-Hour Breastfeeding Course. This module will enhance your interpersonal skills as you help families navigate through their breastfeeding […]