Keynote Presentation: 4:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
Dr. Ross Upshur presenting Whither Primary Care Research? Reflections on the research response to SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 pandemic.
In this presentation, Dr. Upshur will reflect on the research response to the current pandemic. He will describe the WHO R&D blueprint strategy and raise critical questions as to the absence of primary care research as a priority. He will discuss some promising avenues that have emerged from the research response that could inform DFCM research directions.
Be part of the conversation: how can you help your patients with IBD from preconception, pregnancy, post-partum?
MCIBD will focus on practical, case-based presentations and panel discussions, with ample opportunity for interaction. The faculty will be comprised of experts in IBD and is targeted at various types of healthcare professionals (clinicians: obstetricians, gynecologists, family doctors, internists, gastroenterologists; mental health specialists, nurses, allied health care professionals and pharmacists) involved in the management of IBD.
Before 2020, anyone with experience in Ontario’s healthcare system thought they knew what change meant. Now COVID-19 has shifted our priorities with a focus on how to support our patients and our teams in new ways of delivering care.
Primary care has risen to the challenge, but the ground is still shifting, and the future is uncertain. Interprofessional teams need to cross newly opened chasms to ensure they continue to provide patients and communities the care they require, all while they renew team dynamics to strengthen the foundation on which patient care rests.
The International Street Medicine Symposium (ISMS) is the world’s premier educational event dedicated to the health care of rough-sleeper (unsheltered) homeless populations. As always, the ISMS will offer an impressive slate of homeless health care experts from around the globe presenting clinical topics, innovations, research outcomes, and best practices relevant to street medicine through the popular format mix of large-group lectures, small-group workshops, and poster presentations. Clinicians and non-clinicians are invited to participate; we encourage and celebrate the diversity of pr
INTAPT (Interprofessional Applied Practical Teaching and Learning in the Health Professions)
This live, online, ten-session survey course will provide clinical teachers and educators with the foundational competencies and skills needed to develop and teach educational programs. Participants will explore a wide-range of topics, have opportunities to develop practical approaches to teaching, and produce scholarly work.