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“Little” things make BIG differences: Recognizing and Managing Disruptive Behaviour in the Clinical Environment

“Little” things make BIG differences is an online module, and has been accredited as a Section 3: Self-Assessment Program.  The program designed to help practicing physicians, residents, administrators, and other team members build knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to better...

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CanMEDS Program: Better Practice, Better Outcomes

The CanMEDS Framework was developed by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada to provide key strategies for healthcare professionals to increase efficiencies in their practice, improve communication with patients and colleagues, and demonstrate stronger leadership.  The program...

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CCI Live Series: Managing Complicated Cataract Surgeries

Access this CCI program by logging in to the CCI portal. The CCI Live Series: Managing Complicated Cataract Surgeries has been co-developed with the Canadian Cataract Institute (CCI) and the Canadian Ophthalmological Society to provide a Section 3: Self-Assessment accredited...

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Non-Infectious Uveitis – What’s Best for my patient: Local or systemic treatment?

The COS is pleased to provide access to the presentations from the co-developed symposium Non-Infectious Uveitis: What’s Best For My Patient: Local or Systemic Treatment?, which took place at the 2018 COS Annual Meeting in Toronto, Ontario. Through these presentations,...

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MÉDUSE

MÉDUSE offers online training modules and resources for all specialist physicians. The training courses have been designed in collaboration with medical associations in order to meet physician needs. Méduse offers competency training modules and transferable skills, such as collaborator, leader, communicator,...

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