Women's College Hospital in partnership with the Office of Inclusion and Diversity at the Faculty of Medicine are excited to host a free screening of the documentary Roots Calling for all learners, staff and faculty.
The film will be screened followed by a Q &A with Eddie Gough and the producer of the film, Joel George.
Please join us in November at the Hilton Toronto for the 27th Annual Urology Update. Expert faculty will highlight a program focused on important clinical problems. Take advantage of this opportunity to interact with your colleagues, visitors, and thought leaders from all over North America as you learn about the latest evidence-based approaches. We look forwarding to continuing our tradition of building upon past experiences each year to produce a unique program and we hope to see you there.
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.
This one-day conference will present common women's health issues and equip health care providers with the most up to date knowledge, offering practical ideas and solutions that will enhance and improve quality of care and patient satisfaction.
Leadership is a component of the job for all academic clinicians and scientists in health care whether engaged in research, education or innovation. Did your training prepare you to lead?
The Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation, and Strategic Initiatives, invites the health and life sciences research community to a town hall to discuss the current state of CIHR and the recent evolution of its programs and priorities. The University of Toronto CIHR University Delegate, Dr. Tania Watts, will lead a facilitated session to gather input and ideas from the community that will be raised with the CIHR President, Dr. Michael Strong, when he visits the University in November.
Faculty, trainees, and staff are all welcome to attend.
Don't miss your chance to hear from the seven 2019 Canada Gairdner Award laureates. Their research spans cancer, autoimmune disease, mental health and much more. Laureates are flying into Toronto from all over the world to share their work and network with the Toronto community.
The University of Toronto and Scarborough Health Network (SHN) presents its second annual Paediatric Pearls Conference. This is a one-day conference that will focus on addressing the needs of the local community primary care office practice by providing a variety of topics in general Paediatrics and Neonatology relevant to their practice. Experts in the field will present information on relevant issues often faced by Paediatricians, emergency and family physicians.
Learn all about the Rehabilitation Sciences program at The University of Toronto:
-How to Find a Supervisor
-Q & A Session
-Meet with Faculty and Students
To attend by webconference, please log in as a guest at: http://utrehab.adobeconnect.com/rsiinfonight.
Pathology Update is an annual review of new and important topics in diagnostic surgical pathology. This symposium is designed to highlight recent advances in surgical pathology with corresponding clinical correlation and prognostic implications. The theme for 2019 is Gynecologic Pathology: New entities and new approaches to old problems.Anatomic Pathologists, Clinical Pathologists, Surgical Pathologists, and Pathobiologists are encouraged to attend.
With the ageing of our population, there exists a growing demand for high quality accessible continuing medical education in Geriatrics.
This two-day CPD Course will feature high-quality interactive lectures by leading faculty from the University of Toronto and beyond and will focus on the assessment and management of geriatric syndromes and common issues that arise in the care of an older patient.
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
MITO2019 is an annual meeting and cornerstone program for mitoNET and the MitoCanada Foundation. It also serves as the main education & networking event for mitoNET. Enjoy the advantages of engagement and learning opportunities including both organizations.
The conference features:
Keynote presentations from recognized and respected leaders in the field
Parallel symposia program with contributions from young researchers with new data
This is a small group intimate discussion session with the TRP Director with prospective students interested in learning more about the program.
Learn how Mitacs funding can accelerate your research program and create excellent opportunities for your trainees!
The Food as Medicine Update series was created to address the knowledge-gap in continuing medical education related to the role of nutrition in patient care. In this full day symposium, healthcare professionals will learn about the most recent clinical research on nutrition through the lifespan. This group learning CME activity is accredited by the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) office at the University of Toronto.
During this one-day conference, participants will learn about primary care interventions that have improved health equity, reflect on common elements of successful approaches, and consider how lessons may be applied to their own context. Equity is the oft forgotten quality dimension in healthcare.
Fatima Cody Stanford, a doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital and an instructor at Harvard Medical School, will be speaking at the 2019 F.M Hill Lecture, on Understanding Obesity as a Global Disease and Its Impact on Health. Dr.
Machine learning presents new opportunity to advance medical care and research. Far from a future promise, applications of machine learning tools are being used today, with more soon at hand. But, are today’s researchers and medical professionals ready to harness these tools to their greatest impact? This accredited Continuing Professional Development symposium will present the current and near-future state of machine learning and discuss both the opportunities and challenges for its application in medicine.