Category Archives: MOC Section 3 activities

Explore Section 3 accredited learning opportunities. Through these posts you will find many activities that may be claimed for credits through the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program.

2022 COS Annual Meeting and Exhibition
Feb 24th, 2022

The 2022 COS Annual Meeting and Exhibition will take place in-person in Halifax, Nova Scotia June 9 – 12, 2022. This meeting boasts an outstanding international and Canadian faculty presenting the latest in ophthalmic research and practice. The COS Annual Meeting includes invited lectures, scientific papers, wet labs and workshops, as well as networking opportunities […]

CMPA eLearning: Speaking Up
Feb 8th, 2022

Upon completion, you will be able to: Define psychological safety, cross-monitoring, and speaking up. Identify common barriers to speaking up. List two strategies for speaking up. Recognize ways to foster speaking up within a team environment. This activity is an Accredited Self-Assessment Program (Section 3) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the […]

CMPA eLearning: Privacy and confidentiality
Feb 8th, 2022

Upon completion, you will be able to: Describe the professional and legal obligations for physicians to protect health information and maintain patient confidentiality. Define the concept of implied consent when sharing patient information within the circle of care. Recognize specific situations where the law requires or allows disclosure of confidential patient information without the consent […]

CMPA eLearning: Negligence and civil liability
Feb 8th, 2022

Upon completion, you will be able to Define negligence (civil liability in Québec) in a medical malpractice context. List the elements that must be proven to find negligence (civil liability in Québec). Describe how the courts determine if a physician has breached the standard of care (committed a fault in Québec). This activity is an […]

How to Claim Section 3 Credits for Quality Improvement Activities?
Nov 19th, 2021

How do quality improvement activities relate to CPD offerings? A Fellow receives information about practice guidelines or an area of practice for any of the CanMEDS Roles/practice settings The Fellow could identify an area of their practice to evaluate and follow these guidelines to assess, identify, and measure areas for quality improvement using Practice Assessment […]

New Essential Guidance for Quality Improvement
Nov 17th, 2021

Expanding Learning QI Implementation Aligned with calls to integrate quality improvement (QI) and physician life-long learning, the Royal College is collaborating with partners and stakeholders across the health care system to evolve its Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program. In small, practical increments, this renewed CPD strategy aims to be more relevant, improvement-focused, and user-friendly, enabling […]

2023 COS Annual Meeting
Oct 12th, 2021

2023 COS Annual Meeting June 15 – 18, 2023 Montreal, Quebec

Section 3 Module – Glaucoma 2021: Back to the Future
Oct 6th, 2021

COS is pleased to provide ophthalmologists with this 90-minute accredited on-demand learning activity featuring content from a co-developed symposia that was presented during the 2021 COS Annual Meeting: www.cos2021symposium.com/ Learning Objectives At the end of this module, participants will be able to: Recognize the importance of setting IOP targets in patients with glaucoma Explain how […]

Virtual – 2021 COS Annual Meeting and Exhibition
Jun 20th, 2021

This event will take place 24 – 27 June 2021– ONLINE as a virtual meeting. REGISTER NOW! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE NOW This meeting boasts an outstanding international and Canadian faculty presenting the latest in ophthalmic research and practice. The COS Annual Meeting includes invited lectures, scientific papers, wet labs and workshops, as well […]