REGISTER NOW: Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians Annual Course 2024

REGISTER NOW: Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians Annual Course 2024

REGISTER NOW for the 2024 Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians TI Annual Course.

To mark the 30th anniversary of the Therapeutics Initiative, we’re excited to introduce a unique format for this year’s event, with an in-person gathering on Friday, October 18, followed by hybrid (virtual and in-person) sessions on Saturday, October 19. Hosted at UBC Robson Square in downtown Vancouver, this central location offers convenient access to nearby popular attractions, making it an ideal location for attendees and family members to explore the city’s offerings outside of conference hours.

Keynote presentations will be delivered by internationally renowned experts, Dr. Derelie (aka Dee) Mangin (Professor, McMaster University) and Dr. John Mandrola (Cardiac Electrophysiologist, Baptist Health). In addition, a diverse lineup of both new and veteran faculty members from the Therapeutics Initiative will present on various relevant topics.

Furthermore,  this year’s event offers a variety of social activities, including an evening reception at the Glowbal at Telus Garden and a guided gallery tour for family members at the Vancouver Art Gallery, both conveniently located just minutes away from the conference venue.

Click here to view the complete agenda, registration information (including fees), social activities, accreditation, accommodation and other logistical details.


Special Portrait Promotion

To celebrate Therapeutics Initiative’s 30th anniversary, new Portrait Online subscribers are eligible for a 30% discount of the course registration fee. If you are a BC family physician or nurse practitioner, sign up for Portrait Online between June 26 and September 4 and email portrait@ti.ubc.ca to request your unique 30% discount code before registering for this event. To qualify for this discount you must be a validated Portrait Online user newly signed up between June 26 and September 4.


Key Speakers

Derelie (aka Dee) Mangin, MD. Professor, McMaster University

Dr. Mangin’s research has focused on multimorbidity, rational prescribing, and innovative models of primary care. Over the last five years, Mangin has been involved in over $28 million in research funding, including more than $4 million as principal investigator for polypharmacy and multimorbidity research in Canada. She has authored or co-authored 118 journal articles, 8 book chapters, edited 1 textbook, and has been cited 4111 times. One of her key accomplishments has been the development of the Team Approach to Polypharmacy Evaluation and Reduction (TAPER) clinical pathway to support rational prescribing for seniors as part of routine preventive care in older adults. This pathway is being implemented and evaluated in health care settings in Canada and Australia. Click here for more information

John Mandrola, MD. Cardiac Electrophysiologist, Baptist Health

Dr. John Mandrola is a renowned cardiac electrophysiologist based at Baptist Health in Louisville, KY. Beyond his clinical practice, Dr Mandrola is a prominent healthcare writer and influencer. He pens a regular column for theHeart.org, hosts the widely acclaimed “This Week in Cardiology” podcast and contributes to platforms like Sensible Medicine.


CME Credits

Oct 18: 3.5 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 Credits
Oct 19: 5.5 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 Credits


Accommodation

Sandman Suites Vancouver – Davie Street
1160 Davie Street
Vancouver, BC V6E 1N1
Tel: 1.800.726.3626
Group Name: UBC Therapeutic Initiatives
Block ID: 369414
or BOOK ONLINE
Web Group Code: UBCOCT2024

Rates start at $169 CAD (does not include applicable taxes or parking)
Conference room rates are valid for stays from Oct 16-19, 2024 (based on availability)


Register before September 4 to enjoy the “early bird” reduced registration rate: $50 off for physicians, nurse practitioners and pharmacists, $10 off for students, residents and non-MDs, non-pharmacists.

For more information go to the course web page.

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