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Academic Detailing Service

The Centre for Effective Practice's (CEP) academic detailing service provides family physicians with free one-on-one visits with a trained clinical pharmacist to discuss balanced, evidence-based information on a variety of topic areas. Visits are tailored to your questions and practice, are approximately 30 minutes and can occur virtually or in-person at a time that is convenient for you.

Tags: Substance Use Disorder, Mental Health, Chronic Pain

CFPC Exam Orientation Workshop

The OCFP offers a preparatory workshop for the CFPC Certification Exam which allows participants an opportunity to train and participate in mock exams, learn about the test components of the CFPC Exam, and become familiar with the marking criteria before they sit for the actual exam through CFPC.

Tags: OCFP Workshops

Child and Adolescent Health

Child and Adolescent Health: Best Evidence for Preventive Care Workshop provides you with current guidelines, best-evidence recommendations, and practical strategies for caring for children and youth. This highly interactive workshop focuses on sharing your challenging cases and finding approaches that you can effectively apply in your clinic.

Tags: OCFP Workshops

Choosing Wisely in Primary Care

This program connects family physicians, from all practice models to engage in discussion about the resources available to support practices especially given the challenges, context and competing priorities of today’s practice environment. Learn to use Choosing Wisely Canada recommendations and associated tools and resources to meet CPSO QI requirements and discover how to incorporate recommendations into practice.

Tags: OCFP Workshops

COVID-19 Community of Practice

We have all had to change the way we work in response to COVID-19. Keeping up with new guidance, responding to the changing environment, and navigating uncertainty has become the new normal and at times can be overwhelming. The COVID-19 Community of Practice is a space for family physicians across Ontario to connect and learn from each other during this challenging time.

Tags: Practising Well, OCFP Workshops

ECHO Care of the Elderly

ECHO Care of the Elderly (ECHO COE) can help you build your capacity in the way you care for your elderly patients. The sessions run in blocks, and focus on either community care, long-term care or dementia care. Many of the topics covered focus on mental health, and the program’s medical lead is a geriatric psychiatrist.

Tags: Mental Health

ECHO Occupational and Environmental Medicine

ECHO Occupational and Environmental Medicine aims to increase your capacity to treat and support patients with conditions that affect their ability to work. The evidence-based curriculum covers mental health, substance use disorders and chronic pain topics.

ECHO Ontario Child and Youth Mental Health

ECHO Ontario Child and Youth Mental Health can help you change the way you diagnose, prescribe, treat and refer children and youth with mental health problems. By improving the way you safely and effectively treat mental health problems, you can reduce the need for specialist intervention and provide faster access to care for your patients.

Tags: Mental Health

ECHO Ontario Mental Health

ECHO Ontario Mental Health is an interactive virtual education and capacity building program that supports the spread of evidence-based mental health and addictions care. Health care providers join regular ECHO sessions to gain skills, knowledge and confidence. Through ECHO, providers are able to develop their practice and improve care for people seeking mental health and addictions services.

Tags: Mental Health

META: PHI

META: PHI can help support you if you work with people with addictions across a variety of sectors, including community programs, primary care, emergency departments and inpatient settings, as well as residential treatment programs, withdrawal management and RAAM (Rapid Access Addiction Medicine) clinics. The program provides you with education, training, mentorship, and networking through their annual conference, active listserv, monthly webinars and repository of online tools.

Tags: Substance Use Disorder

Mood Disorders

Mood disorders are among the most common mental health illnesses and for family physicians managing these conditions can be challenging. Join this workshop to learn practical approaches and strategies that you can apply in your practice.

Tags: Mental Health, OCFP Workshops

MSK Education

You face many different presentations of musculoskeletal conditions in your day-to-day practice. This workshop takes a systematic, hands-on approach to bring the latest musculoskeletal examination diagnostic assessment skills as they apply to the shoulder, back, hip, knee and ankle. Learn the most current techniques so that you can continue to ensure care and timely recovery for your patients.

Tags: OCFP Workshops

Osteoporosis and Fracture Prevention

The Osteoporosis and Fracture Prevention Workshop focuses on screening, diagnosing, and optimizing care for patients with osteoporosis. Through small-group discussions and case analysis, this workshop addresses key issues including osteoporosis-related fractures, secondary causes and examines pharmacological treatment options, opportunities for non-pharmacological treatment, and drug holidays.

Tags: OCFP Workshops

Paediatric Project ECHO

Paediatric Project ECHO offers you access to evidence-based knowledge, an interprofessional network, and a community of practice, to support you as you deliver safe and effective care to pediatric patients, with an emphasis on pediatric complex care, palliative care, pain management and obesity management.

Tags: Palliative Care

Palliative Care ECHO Project

The Palliative Care ECHO Project is a 5-year national initiative to cultivate communities of practice and establish continuous professional development among health care providers across Canada who care for patients with life-limiting illness.

Tags: Mental Health, Palliative Care

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