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Date & Time:
April 19, 2018 - April 20, 2018
Location:
MacEwan Event and Conference Centre, Main Campus, University of Calgary, 2500 University Drive NW, Calgary AB

COURSE OVERVIEW

This evidence-based course is designed to introduce family physicians, specialist physicians, pharmacists and nurse practitioners to new medications, new indications for older products and new guidelines for treatment. Current therapeutics controversies are examined and drug and non-drug therapeutic approaches for selected clinical conditions are presented.


COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • identify new medications and new indications for “old” products

  • examine current therapeutic controversies

  • compare drug and non-drug approaches for selected clinical conditions

  • discuss the types of evidence used to support the prescribing of one drug instead of another in the same class of drugs


WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Family Physicians, Pharmacists, Specialist Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Other healthcare professionals


CREDITS

Mainpro+ Group Learning – 13.5 credits
MOC Section 1 – 13.5 credits
Application for accreditation has been made to the
Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy.
Program Number Pharmacists: 1180-2018-2310-C-P
Program Number Technicians: 1180-2018-2338-C-T


MORE INFORMATION

To register or to find out more information visit the University of Calgary Continuing Medical Education & Professional Development website.


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