PRACTICE BASED, INTERACTIVE PROGRAM
This case study workshop in dermatology is designed to address a number of the educational needs of practising physicians involved in the management of common skin disorders.
Using practice-based, interactive techniques, the program explores several key themes and issues in contemporary dermatology management, such as:
Composed of three parts, the program presents participants with different sets of challenges and provides valuable opportunities for peer discussion and interaction:
A notable aspect of this program is that it has been developed primarily by family physicians, and is therefore oriented towards issues and concerns in primary care practice.
Participants registered in this program may be eligible for 13 MAINPRO-M1 credits from the College of Family Physicians. This program is also accredited by the Canadian Council for Continuing Education in Pharmacy (CCCEP) for 13 CEUs. Participation may also be recorded in the MOCOMP diary.
|The Medical Marketing Association awarded Optimal Therapy in Skin Disorders an In-Awe bronze award for Professional Education. Optimal Therapy is provided as a service to medicine by Leo Laboratories Canada Ltd. Optimal Therapy was produced by Cameron McCleery Productions Ltd. and converted to Web format by DermWeb at UBC.|
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