CPD Foundations – Webinar Series
CPD Foundations is a webinar based certificate program designed for professionals working in medical education who are interested in learning how to build effective and successful continuing professional development programs. Participants will focus on issues commonly experienced in the design, development and implementation of continuing health education. The program is ideal for healthcare professionals, health education administrators and managers, continuing education leaders and directors, industry partners and communications companies
2019 General Surgery Review
Join us for the 14th Annual General Surgery Review Program. This is a national review course primarily designed for all senior general surgery trainees who are completing their training. The course is also open to junior general surgery trainees, general surgeons in clinical practice and other health care professionals. This review course is intended as a knowledge consolidation and refresher course for practicing general surgeons.
University of Alberta/iRSM Online Surgical Design & Simulation (SDS) Course
Surgical Design and Simulation (SDS) is an expanding field, with applications in numerous stages of surgical planning and of patient treatment. The Introduction to Surgical Design and Simulation (SDS) course provides clinicians with a broad overview of the SDS field and the technical workflow. Topics include the evolution of digital technologies, an overview of imaging, software, hardware, additive manufacturing and materials, working with medical CT data, SDS for guided surgery and more.
Definitive Surgical Trauma Course
We are offering a unique educational opportunity in advanced Trauma Surgery. The DSTC Course®, designed exclusively for Surgeons, is being held from March 6-8, 2019. The International Association for Trauma Surgery and Intensive Care (IATSIC), part of the International Society of Surgery, has since 1991 been an international forum for trauma surgery. To register, please contact: Trauma Services, DSTC Course Coordinator at email@example.com or by phone at (604) 875-4111 ext 69602.
Laparoscopic Colon Surgery Beyond Laparoscopic-Assisted Techniques: The Value of Intracorporeal Anastomosis
This course will provide a thorough overview of the different techniques employed by master colorectal surgeons for both right-sided and left-sided resections with ICA. The course will offer both didactic and hands-on cadaver sessions and is tailored for surgeons who are beyond their initial learning curve for laparoscopic colon resections and wish to expand their technical armamentarium.
Hopkins International Therapeutic Endoscopy Course
The Johns Hopkins International Therapeutic Endoscopy Course (HITEC) is an intense 2-3 day course dedicated to providing the practicing endoscopist state-of-the-art updates in luminal, pancreaticobiliary and bariatric endoscopy.
19th Annual Toronto Breast Surgery Symposium
The 19th Annual Toronto Breast Surgery Symposium will cover current concepts and new innovation in the field of reconstructive and aesthetic breast surgery. Our guest faculty will present information in a combination of didactic lectures, video presentations, open panel discussions and question and answer sessions.
The 59th Annual Update in General Surgery
The conference will feature interactive lectures, case presentations, and smaller workshops.
Lap ADOPT: Laparoscopic right hemicolectomy with intracorporeal anastomosis
This course aims to provide surgeons already comfortable with laparoscopic right hemicolectomy with the tools to incorporate intracorporeal anastomoses to their skill set. This immersion experience exposes our learners to a personalized hands on session including tips and tricks from the experts, video examples, and importantly 4 hours of cadaveric experience individually tailored to their goals and skill level.
University of Toronto Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Symposium
The 49th annual University of Toronto Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Symposium will provide a didactic, highly interactive, congenial atmosphere, where registrants are exposed to top aesthetic plastic surgeons on a global scale. The Toronto Aesthetic Meeting is the largest aesthetic plastic surgery meeting in Canada. Last year, over 200 registrants attended this program.
Canadian Network for International Surgery
CNIS is conducting a one-day instructors course for its Hernia Repair Course on April 7th in Halifax. The objective is to be able to teach the one week Hernia Repair Providers Course designed for GP surgeons in Africa. The assumption is that participants in the instructors course already include hernia repair in their practice.
There are 6 GP surgeons from Canada signed up for the April 7th workshop so this workshop is confirmed. As the Rural physicians have a hernia project in Ghana, this is being organized for them at their request. The hernia repair course would be appropriate for the CAGS Mombasa project.
Go to the CNIS web site or follow this link to register:
Calgary Colonoscopy and Polypectomy Symposium 2019
The Calgary Colonoscopy and Polypectomy Symposium (CCPS) aims to ‘bring to life’ the critical aspects and latest developments relevant to those performing screening-related colonoscopy and polypectomy. ‘State of the Art’ lectures that focus on colonoscopy quality and optimal polypectomy technique are complimented by live demonstrations at the Forzani & MacPhail Colon Cancer Screening Centre.
CNIS Bethune Round Table in Global Surgery
The call for abstracts is now open!
The 2019 theme is Ethics in Global Surgery. As the field of global surgery develops, it is important that ethical concerns remain at the forefront of its advancement.
We encourage abstracts pertaining to the theme, but abstracts covering all topics in global surgery are welcome for submission.
January 31, 2019: Abstract deadline if applying for travel scholarship
February 28, 2019: Final abstract deadline
North American Refugee Health Conference
The North American Refugee Health Conference (NARHC) is the largest refugee health conference of its kind globally and it offers access to recent research and best practices in refugee health. Themes for this year’s conference will include the Rohingya crisis, Trauma, and Resiliency. Refugee health professionals and experts from related disciplines interested in addressing challenges for optimal care, research and advocacy for the refugee patient population and self-care for healers are encouraged to attend.