Science doesn’t usually get a lot of attention during elections, and we think that needs to change. That’s why we (i.e. the Toronto Science Policy Network) have collaborated with Evidence for Democracy and the Science & Policy Exchange to launch #VoteScience: a national, non-partisan campaign to empower Canadians with the tools and resources to advocate for science during the federal election.
The Meeting of the International Society for the Advancement of Clinical MEG: Epilepsy and Beyond: the advantages of MEG for EPI
The latest evidence shows a strong connection between inflammation and cardiovascular disease in people with rheumatic diseases. But how do we address both conditions at the same time? On September 13th, a team of experts will unpack the underlying mechanisms linking these conditions and discuss practical strategies to optimize primary prevention of cardiovascular disease. Topics include rheumatic medications, the microbiome, arrhythmias, exercise and more.
The Faculty of Medicine’s MD and Postgraduate Medical Education programs in collaboration with the Office of Inclusion and Diversity invite all Black faculty and learners to an exciting event designed for networking, connection, and important conversations about leadership in Medicine.
This program is a practical radiology review program highlighting updates and advances in diagnostic imaging in various modalities through didactic and interactive case based review sessions.
This year’s program will feature an in-depth focus on:
- Abdominal and Pelvic Imaging
- Neuroradiology, MSK & Cardiothoracic Imaging
These monthly rounds concern new developments in current cancer treatment, supportive care, and research by local, national, and international experts in the field. This event will be focused on promoting safer opioid prescribing for patients with cancer.
Each year the Medical Psychiatry Alliance Conference attracts a range of healthcare professionals, trainees, patients and family members who are dedicated to transforming the lives of patients living with both mental and physical health issues.
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.
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?
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.
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.
This 2-day conference will enhance the clinicians understanding of the link between current developmental paediatric research and its translation into clinical paediatric practice; new skills in clinical assessment and management of developmental disorders, and up-to-date developments in the basic science and clinical research relevant to child development and diagnosis and treatments.