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About the Program

Format: workshop, e-Learning, case-based education, webinar

Time Commitment: Series of 4 webinars (1 hour each)

Next Session: August 3, 2022 (Registration coming soon)

Cost: free

Mainpro+: 1 credit-per-hour for up to 4 Mainpro+ credits.

Highlights:

  • Engage in discussion with your colleagues from all practice models to hear how about the resources available to support you in your practice.
  • Discover how to incorporate recommendations into your practice.
  • Learn to use Choosing Wisely Canada recommendations and associated tools and resources to meet your CPSO and QI Program requirements.

How can this program help you improve the way you care for your patients?

Join this series of webinars to connect with your community of family physicians, from all practice models and learn about the resources available to you to support you in your practice.  During this series, you will hear from family physicians who are using CWC recommendations and associated tools and resources to meet their CPSO QI Program requirements.  

You will also learn about the resources available to support you including sources of data, change ideas relevant to primary care, and educational programs available to support implementation.

How could you benefit from this program?

·Describe how Choosing Wisely Canada recommendations and resources can be used to meet CPSO QI Program requirements.

·Identify resources available to support implementation of Choosing Wisely Canada recommendations, including sources of data, change ideas relevant to primary care, and educational programs available to support implementation.

·Plan next steps to get started with incorporating Choosing Wisely recommendations into your practice.


 

Choosing Wisely in Primary Care Series, May 4, 2022:  Antibiotic Prescribing and your CPSO QI Requirements

Focusing on antibiotics, the panelists will share their stories how they’ve looked at their own prescribing practices to complete their CPSO Quality Improvement (QI) Program requirements.

Panelists:

  • Dr. Jane Charters, Family Medicine, Oakville, ON
  • Dr. Anthony Train, Family Medicine, Kingston, ON
  • Dr. Abhishek Raut, Family Medicine, East York, ON

Moderator:

  • Dr. Darren Larsen, Women’s College, Family Practice Health Centre, Toronto, ON

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