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Mar 25, 2019

11:00am–12:00pm
Other

The Rehabilitation Sciences Institute (RSI) at University of Toronto is organizing its inaugural Speaker Series where leading researchers, graduate students, clinicians, and/or individuals from the community with lived experience are invited to discuss an array of topics relevant to rehabilitation, public health, and medicine.

Mar 26, 2019

5:00pm–7:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

Translating knowledge into new or better ways of doing things does not mean that they will be used. Innovations that are not used defused or scaled that don’t produce change or impact are they still innovations? What are the challenges and opportunities in implementing new ideas? How do we implement and manage change?

Mar 27, 2019

5:30pm–8:30pm
Symposium

Mental health affects us all, yet BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) remain vulnerable to mental health issues and face systemic barriers to resource access.

This symposium will be an open discussion on mental health realities of marginalized communities with our panelists who specialize in BIPOC mental health. The panel and audience will share their thoughts on:

- How do racism, ableism, sexism, classism, and other forms of systemic oppression affect the mental health of BIPOC?

Apr 3, 2019

2:00pm–3:30pm
Workshop/Seminar

An introduction to using your WebPac site. 

In this training we will cover:

  • Logging-In
  • 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

Register for the training

Apr 4 – 6, 2019

7:00am–5:30pm
Conference

This four-day program will give you the opportunity to be part of interactive lectures and case presentations and will conclude with smaller workshops. Delegates will be given opportunities to present their own cases and exchange ideas in an open dialogue with faculty.

Apr 4, 2019

7:15am–5:00pm
Symposium

The Toronto Annual Breast Surgery Symposium was started as a combined effort between the Division of Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Surgery and The Continuing Medical Education Office at The University of Toronto. The first symposium took place in April 2001 and was held at Mount Sinai Hospital in downtown Toronto.


 

Apr 4, 2019

8:00am–2:30pm
Symposium

Presented by the University of Toronto together with its affiliated hospital partners and the Toronto Cannabis & Cannabinoid Research Consortium (TC3)

The summit will focus on the drug development of cannabis and cannabinoid related therapies and drug delivery mechanisms from discovery to innovation. It will explore various clinical applications and trials around the assessment of the safety and efficacy of cannabis as a medicine and discuss important societal issues as it relates to mental and body health.

Apr 4, 2019

12:00pm–6:00pm
Symposium

This course offers a unique introduction into Paediatric Echocardiography and imaging of Congenital Heart Disease. The main goal is to improve the knowledge of physicians and sonographers who perform and/or interpret echocardiograms in newborn and paediatric patient populations or perform echocardiographic studies in adults with repaired congenital heart disease.

Apr 4, 2019

5:00pm–6:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

Genomics, the reading and interpreting of information contained within DNA, is a rapidly growing area with far-reaching implications from the laboratory bench to the patient's bedside. To address the evolving implications of genetics and genomics in medicine, the Molecular Genetics Department at The University of Toronto has launched a new professional Master’s program in Medical Genomics. This program is the first of its kind in Canada, and on behalf of the MedGen Program Team, we would like to invite you to join us for an information session and networking event!

Apr 5, 2019

All day
Conference

This year’s U of T Future of Psychotherapy Conference provides an international lineup of speakers: David Clark (Oxford University), Faith Gunning (Cornell) Medicine College) and Vikram Patel (Harvard University).

The latest technology and research in the area of psychotherapy will be discussed.  The conference is ideal for physicians, nurses, social workers and allied mental health professionals.

Apr 5, 2019

7:00am–4:15pm
Symposium

In this two-day symposium, through a combination of both didactic and interactive discussion, participants will learn about the latest techniques and developments in aesthetic plastic surgery. Participants will be exposed to a wide variety of both aesthetic surgical and nonsurgical procedures. Patient selection, techniques and outcomes, and patient safety are emphasized.

Apr 6 – 7, 2019

7:00am–5:00pm
Symposium

This right ventricle focused meeting is unique in spanning basic, translational and clinical topics to address contemporary research and clinical questions from bench to bedside. Distinguished international faculty of experts will discuss unique aspects of RV biology, physiology and failure, how to image the RV; and medical and surgical solutions to RV disease.

Apr 8, 2019

5:00pm–7:00pm

The Black Medical Students Association Mental Health Series will be focusing on the social determinants of mental health in the Black Canadian population. Our speakers are highly qualified healthcare professionals and researchers with a great depth of knowledge and expertise surrounding this topic. 

All are welcome to come learn how the Black community and its allies can collectively break the stigma and increase awareness on mental health.

The April 8th session will feature the following talks:

Dr. Branka Agic - Alcohol Use in Immigrants

Apr 9, 2019

5:00pm–7:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

The future is now. How do we look at the present and the future of innovation? What are the opportunities challenges and obligations for improving the future of health medicine and care in Ontario Canada and the world?

Apr 13 – 14, 2019

7:00am–5:00pm
Symposium

The 2019 Toronto Anesthesia Symposium is taking place in downtown Toronto, April 13-14, 2019. This year’s theme, Anesthesia, current delusions and misconceptions, will bring together experts to discuss our current state of practice and provide clarity and guidance regarding many misconceptions, as presented by invited and local faculty.

Some highlighted topics and goals of the symposium include:

- POCUS in the Obstetric Patient
- Non-Invasive Cardiac Output Monitoring: Is it useful?

Apr 27, 2019

7:15am–5:45pm

Exploring the technologies that are changing the approach to breast diseases, their diagnosis and management.

Target Audiences
- Radiologists
- Technologists
- Radiology Trainees
- Surgeons
- Pathologists
- Advanced Nurse Practitioners
- Oncology Trainees

 

Apr 27, 2019

7:15am–5:45pm
Conference

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.

Apr 30, 2019

9:00am–5:00pm
Conference

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. 

May 6, 2019

2:00pm–4:00pm
Lecture

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

May 8, 2019

2:00pm–3:30pm
Workshop/Seminar

An introduction to using your WebPac site. 

In this training we will cover:

  • Logging-In
  • 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

Register for the training

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