This three-credits-per-hour Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 21.0 Mainpro+® credits.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Participants will identify opportunities on how to “practise wisely”, with a focus on ordering tests and imaging wisely, shared decision-making, avoiding over-diagnosis and over-screening for cancer, and de-prescribing using the latest evidence and tools from diverse sources.
Participants will learn how to access reliable, curated and renewable online resources for an evidence-informed practice supporting individualized patient-care. Active learning exercises such as case studies, individual reflection and group work will help participants to build communication skills to guide their patients through the shift from seeking sickness to enhancing health.
Actively participating in the workshop will help you to:
- Identify opportunities to “practise wisely”, thereby helping to reduce over-medicalization
- Consult reliable and up-to-date online resources
- Critically assess clinical practice guidelines
- Adopt evidence-based courses of action
- Implement shared decision-making in your practice
- Promote good stewardship
During this workshop you will be asked to visit multiple websites to access various resources. Therefore, all participants are required to bring a laptop or tablet that has the ability to connect to the internet in order to fully participate in the course. You must also complete the Pre-Course (~15-20 min) and Post-Course (~15-20 min) activities and attend the full workshop to receive the associated Group Learning credits for the program.
Friday, 16 September, 2022
LIVE ONLINE LEARNING FEE: $450 +HST
IN-PERSON WORKSHOP FEE: $550 +HST
REQUEST A PRACTISING WISELY WORKSHOP
Practising Wisely is more than a CPD course. It is a framework that will help you implement good health care stewardship and avoid over-medicalization for your patients.
You can’t do it alone–your whole clinic needs to be behind you. If you are interested in bringing an interdisciplinary Practising Wisely program to your network, please contact us.
For more information please email us or call: (902) 448-5799.