This conference explores the technologies that are changing the approach to breast diseases, their diagnosis, and management. The theme for TBIC 2019 revolves around Breast Cancer Screening. Pushing new boundaries in screening with imaging innovation and addressing traditional screening indicators such as increasing cancer detection rates, dropping recall rates and risk stratification will be the focus of the conference. Join us to hear from a line up of phenomenal speakers.
The GoHealth Conference is excited to welcome Dr. Jason Gilliland (UWestern) and Dr. Sara Metcalf (SUNY - Buffalo) as our opening and closing keynote speakers. Both keynotes will share their academic journey through the Health Geography field, as well as their extensive research program regarding applied community health geography work that has influenced policy and the health of the community.
CISEPO invites to you to attend the inaugural CISEPO Bridges to Peace Lecture. The event will be held on Tuesday April 30, at 7pm at the Salter Auditorium in the Peter Gilgan Centre at 686 Bay Street in Toronto.
The fourth annual Ted Rogers Centre Heart Failure Symposium will be held in conjunction with the Heart & Stroke/Richard Lewar Centre of Excellence in Cardiovascular Research's Michael J. Sole Annual Cardiovascular Scientific Day.
This is Canada's leading conference on heart failure, where national and international experts will explore cutting-edge innovations in precision medicine, basic and translational research, molecular imaging, bioengineering, and much more.
The Division of Palliative Medicine, Department of Medicine, in partnership with the Global Institute for Psychosocial, Palliative and End-of-life Care, the Division of Palliative Care, Department of Family and Community Medicine, and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, invites you to the inaugural Barrie Rose Research Day in Palliative Medicine.
Dr. Stein Kaasa
This lecture, titled "Resolution of Inflammation and Endoplasmic Reticulium Stress by Lipid Mediators Leads to a Drug for Neuropathic Pain," will feature distingushed Professor Dr. Bruce D. Hammock from the Department of Entomology & UCD Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Hammock is also Director of the NIEHS-UCD Superfund Research Program at
University of California—Davis.
Reception to follow
Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used in medicine. This has led to the development of cutting-edge treatments and diagnostic tools. However, a lack of understanding of AI often results in either misplaced distrust in its use, or disregard for potential limitations and ethical consequences. We believe that increasing public engagement and modernizing methods of scientific communication are key ways in which this can be addressed.
Join Raw Talk Podcast in exploring this topic with two distinct panels on:
An introduction to using your WebPac site.
In this training we will cover:
- Drupal menu oaverview
- Finding content
- Editing content
- Creating a Basic Page
- adding text
- formatting text
- adding images
- adding video
- adding pdf files
- adding accordions
- menu settings
- publishing options
- Adding News
- Adding events
Presentation Title: A Patient Revolution for Careful and Kind Care
In this conversation, Dr. Victor Montori will discuss the state of the healthcare industry and make the case for fundamental change toward careful and kind care for all.
Research Update on the Clinical Management of Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer: From Prevention to Treatment
A one-day conference open to all researchers and health care providers who are interested in hearing about the latest thinking in research and innovative practices in prevention, treatment and the management of care for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
The Annual IMS Scientific Day is the academic highlight of the year. The day includes the Bernard Langer Annual Lecture in Health Sciences, student presentations, symposium and data blitz student talks and an awards ceremony and reception. Each year, a guest speaker is selected who is internationally recognized for their scientific contributions and is also known to be an excellent role model and mentor for graduate students. This year we are excited to have Dr.
Research Day is an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to learn about current advances in the field of rehabilitation sciences. Students will showcase their research through poster and oral presentations.
The University of Toronto's Department of Medicine invites you to the third annual Story Slam.
What’s a Story Slam?
Story Slams are events that celebrate storytelling. Participants verbally share brief stories (5-minute maximum) with an audience who vote on their favourite story. The Department of Medicine organized an event in 2017 and 2018, featuring stories that were all published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Every year, the Council of the Education Vice-Deans has the pleasure of hosting the Education Achievement Celebration, a Faculty-wide event which recognizes and celebrates the tremendous contributions being made to medical teaching and education scholarship throughout the Faculty of Medicine.
This educational event is approved as an Accredited Group Learning Activity under Section 1 of the Framework of CPD options for the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (1 credit). These monthly rounds concern new developments in current cancer treatment, supportive care, and research by local, national, and international experts in the field.