16 Oct Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians – 2021 Annual Conference
The 2021 Annual Conference has taken place on October 16, 2021. Video recordings of selected portions of the program will be made available later.
This fall’s Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians half-day virtual conference for healthcare providers looking to improve their practice. Keynote Speaker Julia Belluz, host of “Show Me the Evidence”, a journalist and senior health correspondent for Vox, will examine the science behind major headlines in health and medicine. Julia has covered topics including the anti-vaccine movement, shed light on major American health problems, and debunked popular pseudoscience media figures. She presented “Lessons from the trenches of evidence-based health journalism (How clinicians deal with patients that read medical journalism.)” Participants also received practical, evidence-based prescribing advice from the Therapeutics Initiative faculty including Dr. Tom Perry, Dr. Aaron M Tejani, Dr. Josh Levin and Dr. Jamie Falk. Click here for more details…
- Date: Saturday, October 16, 2021
- Time: 8:30-12:30 PDT [UTC -7; click here to convert to your time zone]
- Venue: online
- Mode of delivery: virtual conference
- Accreditation: 3.75 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1
- Intended audience: family physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, allied health professionals, specialists, residents, and students; patients, caregivers, policy-makers are also welcome.
- Fees: Cost varies, see full description below.
|08:30||Welcome & Opening Remarks||Dr. Aaron Tejani|
|08:40||Keynote Speaker Introduction||Dr. Tom Perry|
|08:45||Keynote: Lessons from the trenches of evidence-based health journalism
(How clinicians deal with patients that read medical journalism)
|09:45||A Deep Dive into SGLT2 inhibitors: What comes up to the surface for individual patients with diabetes?
||Dr. Jamie Falk|
|10:35||Exercise Prescriptions: evidence and clinical applications
||Dr. Josh Levin|
|11:10||How well do you know the drugs you prescribe?
(Listening and observing thoughtfully can protect your patients from pointless adverse effects)
|Dr. Tom Perry|
|11:40||Common Prescribing Cascades & Is there a dose response for efficacy and harm?
(Assessing the evidence for commonly prescribed medicines)
|Dr. Aaron Tejani|
|12:15||Key Messages & Closing Remarks||Dr. Aaron Tejani|
All fees are in Canadian dollars. 5% GST applies to all fees.
Registration included: Access to the live virtual event, all available resources & materials, and access to the post-event recordings.