MOC Section 3

2020 COS Retina Symposia – Section 3 Accredited Modules

Section 3 Accredited Self-Assessment Programs Join us for accredited on-demand learning activities featuring two symposia from the 2020 COS virtual Annual Meeting. Earn section 3 credits by participating in these two self-assessment programs: Retina Infinity War: Is Bone-dry Our Endgame...

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2020 COS Annual Meeting and Exhibition – Archives

The 2020 COS Annual Meeting & Exhibition took place online as a virtual meeting from June 26 – 28, 2020. Through the links below you can access legacy materials from the conference, content that remains relevant to your practice. Review...

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Personal Protective Equipment Simulations (Online Modules)

Personal Protective Equipment Simulations (Online Modules) First, do no harm. How do you keep yourselves, your patients, and your families safe when using Personal Protective Equipment while caring for patients in isolation? Personal Protective Equipment Simulations aims to prepare healthcare providers...

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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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CCI Live Series: Unusual Cataract/IOL Complications

This module was co-developed by the Canadian Cataract Institute and the Canadian Ophthalmological Society to achieve scientific integrity, objectivity and balance. Through this online module participants will review videos and respond to a set of reflective questions related to each...

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Coaching to Competence

As part of Competence by Design (CBD), there is an important role for coaching in resident learning and progression. It takes skill to coach someone effectively, which is why a group of clinician educators have developed the “Coaching to Competence”...

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COS and Canadian Corneal, External Disease and Refractive Surgery Society statement to CTV/W5

(April, 2019) We are saddened about Jessica Starr’s death and...

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The international agency for the prevention of blindness (IAPB) COVID-19 Resources

26 March, 2020 The 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is rapidly changing...

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Valuation of uninsured ophthalmological services

Report (2016) Read the full report on the valuation of...

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Dernier rappel : Appel de candidatures pour l’édition 2021 du prix Reconnaissance pour l’ensemble d’une carrière de la SCO Vous avez jusqu'au mercredi 30 septembre 2020 à 23 h 59, heure de l’Est, pour présenter une candidature.

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