Onsite CPD

Wednesday @ Noon

2014-01-29New Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines and What to Expect in the HPV Vaccination Era
Presented by: Catherine Popadiuk, MD, FRCSC
2014-02-12Strategies for optimizing the use of common lab tests: From ESR to Vitamin B12
Presented by: Edward Randell, PhD, DCC, FCACB
2014-02-26On Shaky Ground: Guiding Patients Through a Multidisciplinary Movement Disorder Clinic and Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery
Presented by: Kyna Squarey, B.Med.Sci, MD
2014-03-12Breaking Bad News: Practical Tips for Healthcare Professionals
Presented by: Susan MacDonald, MD, CCFP, FCFP
2014-03-26Human Patient Simulator: An Introduction to its Application in Medical Education
Presented by: Paula Mullins-Richards, RN and Noel O'Regan
2014-04-09Hyperparathyroidism Disease: A review of the Diagnosis, Investigation and Management
Presented by: Linda Bohacek, B.Sc., M.D., FRCSC
2014-04-30Bullying: Practical Tips and Resources for the Healthcare Professional
2014-05-14An Approach to Iron Deficiency Anemia
Presented by: John Fardy, MD, FRCPC
2014-05-28A Practical Approach to Polypharmacy in the Elderly
Presented by: Roger Butler, MD, CCFP, FCFP

Certificate in Medical Teaching (MED 6100)

PDF flyer about the program

To Register:

Step 1: If you haven't taken a MUN credit course in the last two semesters you will need to apply/reapply to the university. You can do so online at: https://www3.mun.ca/admit/bwskalog.P_DispLoginNon and select the application for undergraduate program and apply as unspecified.

Step 2: Once you receive your acceptance you need to complete a Course Change Form. It needs to be signed by both the professor, Dr. Vernon Curran, and the Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Medicine. If you are currently a graduate student interested in completing the course, you must complete the Course Change Form as well, and seek the permission of your supervisor for the course to be counted towards your graduate program.

If you have any questions contact us at:  pdmed@mun.ca

Please Note: The fee for this program is $255.00.

Celebrating Medical Education 2014

Faculty Development

Online CPD


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