RCCbc is offering online training sessions to cover the basics of Zoom! Learn best-practices for using your healthcare-grade Zoom account, and how to access Real-Time Virtual Support pathways. Open to all healthcare providers with a Zoom license from RCCbc or any health authority.
• Tuesday, June 2, 11am
Each session consists of a 90 min presentation followed by Q+A. Sign in at https://zoom.us/my/virtualdave at one of the times above to participate in this learning session.
June 3 (Wed) | 1700–1830 PDT
Target audience: Family physicians, pediatricians, dermatologists, registered nurses, residents and students.
Agenda: What’s New in Adult Dermatology? Dr. Vincent Richer | What's New in Pediatric Dermatology? Dr. Wingfield Rehmus
Up to 1.5 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1
June 5 (Fri) 1300–1700 PDT
Target audience: Family physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, residents & students.
Agenda: Diabetes, Resistant Hypertension, Multiple Myeloma, Syncope, IBD, Polymyalgia Rheumatic, Community Acquired Pneumonia, and Diverticular Disease.
Up to 3.5 Mainpro+
June 20 (Sat) | 0830–1615 PDT
Target audience: Family physicians, internists, hospitalists, allied health professionals, residents and students.
Agenda: HELP - My Patient has Heart Failure, What do I do? Managing Patient Remotely during the COVID-19 Outbreak, Arrhythmias and Heart Failure, Self Management Skills to stay Out of Hospital, Novel Therapies for HFpEF, and more.
Up to 6.0 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1
June 25 (Thu) 0825–1545 PDT
Target audience: Family physicians, pediatricians, emergency physicians, allied health professionals, residents & students.
Agenda addition: Special update on COVID-19 in children!
Up to 6.25 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 credits
REAKT: Rapid Evidence and Knowledge Translation during COVID-19
We are responding rapidly to questions posed by you and other providers during the COVID-19 pandemic. This may involve evidence review and summary, sourcing existing resources such as pre-printed order sets, or sharing ideas and innovations. The response is sent directly to you and added to the expanding online library of questions and answers. REAKT is powered by volunteer medical students, the UBC Division of Continuing Professional Development’s Rural Program (UBC RCPD) and the Rural Coordination Centre of BC (RCCbc)
Ask your own question: bit.ly/askREAKT
See example answers: ubccpd.ca/covid19/reakt
Another module in this popular free online course launched this week: Protection of Surgical Healthcare Workers. Check out newly released physician-led discussions, clinician podcast interviews, and videos focussed on helping surgical teams better prepare and safely respond to pandemics in both high and low resource settings.
Created in partnership with: UBC Department of Surgery, Branch for International Surgical Care, Vancouver General Hospital Section of Trauma, Emergency and Global Surgery, Continuing Professional Development (UBC CPD), and UBC Extended Learning.
Up to 20.0 Mainpro+/MOC Section 3 credits for 5 modules
We are an Elder-led group from Indigenous and non-Indigenous backgrounds working together to increase cultural safety and humility in rural BC by building relationships with First Nation communities and physician communities.
Read more: https://ubccpd.ca/rural/indigenous-patient-led-cpd
Ongoing | Rural BC
Target audience: Family physicians and specialists.
Mentors/Coaches: Develop mentoring/coaching skills and strategies, support a colleague, and build professional connections. Hourly payment.
Mentee/Coaches: Access personalized support, gain confidence in your practice, and build your professional network.
Up to 1.5 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 (Mentors/Coaches)
Up to 35.0 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 (Mentee/Coachees)
Sign up: https://bit.ly/CAMP-CPD.
Third Thursday of every month 7:30-8:30 AM
PNW Division of Family Practice Board meeting is held on the third Thursday of every month. Next meeting May 21st, 2020.
Fourth Thursday of every month:
IDC Brown Bag Lunch:The Brown Bag Lunch series is a joint initiative between Northern Health and UNBC to promote health research in the North. Brown Bag Lunch is a series of free lunchtime seminars taking place the fourth Thursday of every month and features a variety of health research topics and presenters. The presentations are held at the University Hospital of Northern BC (UHNBC) and available remotely via WebEx. Each luncheon is scheduled for 45 minutes. Registration is not required.
View upcoming sessions here>
Last Monday of every month:
Terrace MAC meetings occur the last Monday of every month at MMH (with the exception of July, August, and December)
FALL 2020 (date TBD)
PNW Division of Family Practice Annual General Meeting will take place in the fall of 2020.