“JUST SAY KNOW TO DRUGS”
Drug Therapy (TI Roadshow)
Prince George

You are cordially invited to attend this education session organized by the Education Working Group of the Therapeutics Initiative (UBC) and your local CME coordinator.

This drug therapy oriented session is aimed at Family Physicians, Internists, other interested Specialists, Pharmacists and Nurses responsible for patient drug therapy. The purpose is to provide an introduction to evidence-based practice, to discuss interpretation and implementation of research findings into practice, and to provide “evidence-based” therapeutic evaluation as a balance to “marketing based” information. This interactive presentation also discusses the importance of considering patient values in the “art’ of the decision making process.

Accreditation with the CCFP for Mainpro M-1 credits based on the hours attended.

When

Saturday, November 25, 2006 at 08:00 – 16:30 hours

Where

Room 5017, Prince George Regional Hospital

Fee and Registration

$25.00 (includes lunch)
FREE for Residents – attendance is expected!

Speakers expenses are covered by the TI
Make cheques payable to: “Prince George General Hospital” c/o Lisa Lakusta

Fax Lisa Lakusta at (250) 565-2569 or email Lisa.Lakusta@northernhealth.ca to confirm your attendance.
CME Coordinator – Dr. Ian D. Schokking

Speakers

Program

The first section (8:30-10:00) is primarily for the Family Practice Residents – but EVERYONE is MORE than welcome to attend the whole session.

 

Handouts will be provided.

 

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