Clinical Webinar Series

Webinars offer a convenient way to stay current and informed without taking time out for travel. And since most of our live webinars take place at 8 pm, you will not have to lose any of your workdays. As a Nova Scotian physician, you'll benefit from an annual series of live, one-hour, Mainpro+ accredited programs. These sessions are interactive and allow you to ask experts about a variety of highly relevant topics.

If you miss a webinar that interests you, it's easy to catch up. As long as the facilitator gives permission, you'll find recordings of the presentations posted below for two months after the event.

On occasion, we use webinars to pass on important messages from the Department of Health and Wellness such as H1N1, C. Difficile Colitis, and Lyme disease.

We gratefully acknowledge the financial support from the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness for our webinar series.

Receiving Credits

To receive Mainpro+ Credits, which you can then claim from the CFPC, you must complete the survey distributed at each Webinar. The survey will be open for one week after the session. 

CPDME-accredited Activity Reports are produced based on request. To request a record of your credits, please email cpd@dal.ca, and give us the period for which you would like this information.

To access the Microsoft Teams Webinar

Join on your computer or mobile app using the link in the table below (No registration required)

To attend the online presentation, you will need:

  • Computer with internet access, high-speed preferred, but not required
  • Computer speakers or headset – required to hear the presentation
  • Microsoft Teams app - Download Microsoft Teams

Upcoming Webinars

Please check back, as webinars are booked for the 23-24 academic year, starting in September. Thank you!

  2024  
Date/Time Topic Speaker
Wed
Apr 17
8-9 pm
Obesity and its Management
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Dr. Michael Mindrum
Thurs
May 2
8-9 pm
Endometriosis
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Dr. Brigid Nee
Wed
May 15
8-9 pm
Workplace injuries
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Drs. Manoj Vohra and Anil Adisesh 
Thurs
May 30
8-9 pm
Seeing Double! What Causes It and When Is Urgent Imaging Required?
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Dr. Wesley Chan
Thurs
Jun 6
8-9 pm
Approach to Diarrhea
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Dr. Matthew Miles
Wed
Jun 19
8-9 pm
Choosing Wisely within the Realm of Clinical Testing, Both Lab and DI
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Dr. Katie Gardner


Handouts and Video Links from previous presentations

Apr 4 Electrolyte Abnormalities: Part 1 with Dr. Mohamed Elbokl | Recording Link | Handout

Mar 7 Urologic Cancers: An Update for Family Physicians Dr. Ricardo Rendon | Recording link

Feb 21 Osteoporosis – Update on the New Guidelines with Dr. Diane Theriault | Recording Link | Handouts: Bisphosphonates: Duration of Treatment and Drug Holidays | Information on Denosumab (Prolia) | Information on Zoledronic Acid | Nutrition Key Messages For Patients

Feb 8 Contraception: What’s New and What’s Best for Who? with Dr. Nancy Van Eyk | Recording Link

Jan 24 Gut Health with Graham MacKenzie | Recording Link | Handout

Recordings are posted for two months. Please contact cpd@dal.ca if you are seeking a recording link that is not listed.

Need more information?

Contact Rachel Baker at rachel.baker@dal.ca