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Did you know the OCFP offers many of our Mainpro+-certified continuing professional development programs by request?

As a leader in education for family physicians, we are pleased to make these innovative, high-quality workshops available in a convenient, cost-effective format, through collaboration and on location to physician groups and other health organizations.

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Credits

This three-credits-per-hour Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 18.0 Mainpro+® credits.

VIRTUAL WORK SHOP FEE: $350 full day ($175 per module) plus HST  |

IN-PERSON WORKSHOP FEE: $600 full day ($350 per module) plus HST

Children and adolescents pose challenges of their own in clinical practice and it's common to face unpredictable issues from your young patients on any given day.

The Child and Adolescent Health program provides current guidelines, best-evidence recommendations, and practical strategies for caring for children and youth. The program builds on the Greig Health Record, an evidence-based tool endorsed by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Canadian Paediatric Society. Dr. Anita Greig, primary author of the Greig Health Record, developed and continues to work as one of the leading facilitators of the program. 

In a highly interactive agenda of enhanced learning, the program focuses on sharing your challenging cases and finding approaches that you can effectively apply in your clinic.

The modular format of this workshop enables family physicians to attend one or both parts of the workshop based on their learning needs. 

  • Module 1: Putting prevention in practice of school-age children
  • Module 2: Implementing best evidence and practical solutions for adolescent health challenges

Learning Objectives

After active engagement in this program, participants will be better able to:

Module 1: Putting prevention into practice for school-age children

  1. Describe up-to-date evidence-based preventive care recommendations for school-age childre
  2. Identify preventive care resources and patient information to use in clinical practice
  3. Provide appropriate screening and counselling fr the school-age child
  4. Discuss issues of consent and confidentiality, immunization strategies, pain reduction, and vaccine hesitancy

Module 2: Implementing best evidence and practical solutions for adolescent health challenges

  1. Develop approaches to the reticent adolescent patient
  2. Describe up-to-date evidence-based preventive care recommendations for school-age children and adolescents
  3. Identify preventive care resources and patient information to use in clinical practice
  4. Screen for mental health issues, substance use and addictions and provide appropriate screening and counselling for the sexually active adolescent

 

Child and Adolescent Health 

Children and adolescents pose challenges of their own in clinical practice and it's common to face unpredictable issues from your young patients on any given day.

The Child and Adolescent Health program provides current guidelines, best-evidence recommendations, and practical strategies for caring for children and youth. The program builds on the Greig Health Record, an evidence-based tool endorsed by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Canadian Paediatric Society. Dr. Anita Greig, primary author of the Greig Health Record, developed and continues to work as one of the leading facilitators of the program. 

In a highly interactive agenda of enhanced learning, the program focuses on sharing your challenging cases and finding approaches that you can effectively apply in your clinic.

The modular format of this workshop enables family physicians to attend one or both parts of the workshop based on their learning needs. 

  • Module 1: Putting prevention in practice of school-age children
  • Module 2: Implementing best evidence and practical solutions for adolescent health challenges

Learning Objectives

After active engagement in this program, participants will be better able to:

Module 1: Putting prevention into practice for school-age children

  1. Describe up-to-date evidence-based preventive care recommendations for school-age childre
  2. Identify preventive care resources and patient information to use in clinical practice
  3. Provide appropriate screening and counselling fr the school-age child
  4. Discuss issues of consent and confidentiality, immunization strategies, pain reduction, and vaccine hesitancy

Module 2: Implementing best evidence and practical solutions for adolescent health challenges

  1. Develop approaches to the reticent adolescent patient
  2. Describe up-to-date evidence-based preventive care recommendations for school-age children and adolescents
  3. Identify preventive care resources and patient information to use in clinical practice
  4. Screen for mental health issues, substance use and addictions and provide appropriate screening and counselling for the sexually active adolescent

Credits

This three-credits-per-hour Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 18.0 Mainpro+® credits.

Registration Details

Completion of pre- and post-course activities is required in order to receive the full Group Learning credits associated with the program.

By-Request Pricing

Cost: $6,500 + HST and speaker expenses 

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