The 63rd Annual
St. Paul’s Hospital
Continuing Medical Education
Conference for Primary Care Physicians
This annual conference in primary care medicine provides an opportunity to refresh your knowledge about, and enthusiasm for, primary care medicine. This conference will focus on an evidence based review of practical information, new trends and discuss controversial topics useful for primary care physicians practicing in urban or rural areas. Educational activities include a Main Lecture Series which will provide a comprehensive review on Cardiology / Diabetes, Infectious Disease, Therapeutics, Paediatrics, Cancer, Addiction Medicine, Investigations, and Dermatology. Exemplary guest speakers have been chosen for their ability to communicate information and skills relevant to daily clinical practice. The speakers will also provide ample time for questions.
Participants will be able to:
- Analyze current issues in primary care medicine and review new guidelines for the treatment of a number of diseases and disorders commonly encountered in family practice.
- Discuss cases regarding new treatment options and technological advances.
- Identify new evidence based treatments using the most up to date clinical and scientific information.
CFPC: The Main Lecture Series Program and Optional Learning Sessions have been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the BC Chapter for up to 46 Mainpro+ Certified Credits.
AAFP: Members of the American Academy of Family Physicians are eligible to receive up to 46 prescribed credit hours for attendance at this meeting (Main Lecture Series Program and Optional Learning Sessions) due to a reciprocal agreement with the College of Family Physicians of Canada.
Any and all conference-generated surplus is reinvested in SPH family practice resident education, departmental strategic initiatives, research, teaching, and UBC faculty development activities.