All Events

Mar 8 – 12, 2021
10:00am–12:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

Created in 2013, MINDFEST is a mental health fair that raises awareness about mental health and battles stigma by encouraging discussions about mental illness.

This year, Mindfest goes online to explore implicit bias and diversity, the impact of the pandemic on student mental health, and tools and resources we can us to practice selfcare during difficult times.

Mar 10, 2021
11:00am–12:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

If you are someone who works on a WebPac site and would like one-on-one time, we are offering a standing office hour every Wednesday from 11-12 on Zoom. You can jump in to the call at any time if you have a quick question or an issue you want to work through.

Mar 10, 2021
6:30pm–7:30pm
Workshop/Seminar

Neuroscientists are continuously making inroads to unravel the mysteries of sleep - an activity that each of us will be doing for approximately one-third of our lives. Research suggests that sleep plays many important roles – including the consolidation of memories and the housekeeping function of clearing toxins from our brain that accumulate while we are awake.

Join an expert panel of scientists and advocates to learn more about the biological basis of sleep, its impact on brain healthacross the lifespan and practical tips to improve your sleep quality.

Mar 18, 2021
2:00pm–4:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

Precision Health Care 
Bringing Health Equitable Outcomes into Focus

Dr. Ronald Cohn
President & CEO, The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)

Dr. Yvonne Bombard
Associate Professor, Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto

Mar 23, 2021
5:00pm–6:30pm
Workshop/Seminar

Analgesia in Burn Care- Beyond Opioids

Webinar Lead:

Lindsay Burnett RN BScN MN
Clinical Nurse Educator
Calgary Firefighters Burn Treatment Centre Foothills Medical Centre
Calgary AB

Mar 24, 2021
9:30am–2:30pm
Symposium

The 2nd annual Access Connections Day – Creating Connections, Improving Access virtual forum will bring together U of T staff and faculty, school boards and staff, and community partners.

Mar 25, 2021
7:00pm–8:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

BRAIN CANADA PRESENTS

The Walrus Talks at Home: Mental Health

Four speakers discuss and answer your questions about the pervasive stigmatization of mental health, the cost of underfunding its research, and the effects of COVID-19 on our collective well-being.

Don’t miss being part of Canada’s Conversation.

Mar 26, 2021
11:00am–3:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

The speaker lineup features Dr. Johanne Paradis, Professor at University of Alberta who will be speaking about the bilingual development of Syrian refugee children arriving in Canada; as well as Dr. Stefka Marinova-Todd, Associate Professor at UBC who will discuss bilingualism and autism; and early career researcher Dr. AJ Orena whose work focuses on caregiver speech in French-English homes.  

Mar 27, 2021
7:45am–5:30pm
Conference

Join us for a comprehensive update on all aspects of screening including performance indicator as well as discussions around diagnostic challenges in implant assessment, preoperative imaging and day to day challenges in a busy breast practice.

More information at https://www.cpd.utoronto.ca/breastimaging/

Mar 27, 2021
7:45am–5:30pm
Conference

Join us and our array of renowned guest speakers for a comprehensive update on all aspects of screening including performance indicators as well discussions around diagnostic challenges in implant assessment, preoperative imaging and day to day challenges in a busy breast practice.

This is your annual one-stop CME activity, delivered via a professional digital platform.

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Mar 30, 2021
11:00am–12:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

The Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics presents Dr. Petra Ritter for this month’s Speaker Series on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at 11-12pm EST. 

TOPIC: The Virtual Brain Cloud

Apr 1, 2021
2:00pm–4:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

Vaccination and Immunology
Allies in Immunology: An Examination of Structural Inequalities in Health Care

Carl James

Dr. Upton Allen

This series introduces the tenets and practices of equity, diversity and inclusion for those interested in incorporating these aspects into their research programs. Healthcare researchers, clinicians and administrators at every level are welcome.

Sessions will be held on Thursdays bi-weekly from 2pm-4pm ET (Toronto) from March 18 to July 22.

Apr 9, 2021
10:00am–3:15pm
Symposium

The Toronto International Sarcoma Symposium 2021 (virtual format) is just around the corner!  Abstracts DUE MARCH 12, 2021!

This  multidisciplinary symposium will be held on April 09, 2021, and includes speakers and participants from Canada as well as from the International Sarcoma community. Our keynote speakers are Dr. Andrew Wagner (Dana Farber) and Dr. David Kirsch (Duke).

Apr 14, 2021
4:30pm–8:15pm
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Live well and thrive with diabetes.

Presented by:

Diabetes Action Canada and the Banting & Best Diabetes Centre, University of Toronto

Apr 15 – 30, 2021
All day
Symposium

Join leading diabetes researchers from around the world for a series of scientific presentations and a celebration of the discovery of insulin.

Apr 15, 2021
2:00pm–4:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

Childhood Obesity
Weighing the long-term consequences and health outcomes

Dr. Susan J. Woolford & Dr. Sean Wharton

Dr. Jayne Danska

This series introduces the tenets and practices of equity, diversity and inclusion for those interested in incorporating these aspects into their research programs. Healthcare researchers, clinicians and administrators at every level are welcome.

Sessions will be held on Thursdays bi-weekly from 2pm-4pm ET (Toronto) from March 18 to July 22.

Apr 17, 2021
8:00am–2:15pm
Symposium

We are excited to announce that the 2021 Toronto Anesthesia Symposium will be delivered in a virtual format, making the program accessible to attendees on an international scale. 

This year's digital conference on April 17, 2021 will explore new paradigms in perioperative anesthesia through keynote speaker sessions, COVID panel discussion, opioid crisis panel discussion, and problem based learning discussions.

Highlights include: 

Apr 23, 2021
8:30am–4:30pm
Workshop/Seminar

Medical Record-Keeping is a one-day online interactive workshop with case-based exercises, peer assessment exercises, and training on practice tools. It addresses the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario Medical Record Keeping Policy.

Pre-workshop and post-workshop assignments are required.  Post-workshop assignments are submitted electronically through an online platform.

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Apr 24, 2021
8:45am–4:30pm
Symposium

This program includes a structured review of some of the more common clinical entities that are encountered in both community and tertiary radiology practices as it pertains to head and neck disease.
 

Topics include:

1. Detailed review of cross-sectional anatomy of the major components of the head and neck
2. Imaging review of patterns of head and neck tumor spread
3. Post-therapy head and neck imaging: expected changes and imaging of recurrent disease

Apr 29, 2021
2:00pm–4:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

Indigenous Community
Not reinventing the Medicine Wheel: Centering Indigenous approaches to health care and well-being in Canada.

Dr. Evan Adam
Chief Medical Officer at the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA)

Dr. Suzanne Shoush

This series introduces the tenets and practices of equity, diversity and inclusion for those interested in incorporating these aspects into their research programs. Healthcare researchers, clinicians and administrators at every level are welcome.