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Saturday, November 20, 2010 at the Saskatoon Inn.
Ferguson Lecture: Indigenous People & Tobacco: A Dance of Cultural Cohesion & Substance Dependence
Speaker: Dr. Peter Butt, BA, MD, CCFP(EM), FCFP
For registration information, please contact the Lung Association at (306) 343-9511 (Saskatoon) or 1-888-566-LUNG
OR Email: email@example.com
December 9-10, 2010 - Pregnancy and Birth: Current Clinical Issues, Annual Conference, The Centre for Mother, Infant and Child Research, Sunnybrook Research Institute, Toronto, Ontario.
Topics: Viral infections in pregnancy; The shift in the obstetrical paradigm shift from 40 weeks to 39 weeks and the impact of intervention in term and near term pregnancies; Perinatal/postpartum Depression; When survivors give birth: understanding and healing the effects of early sexual abuse on childbearing women; Breast cancer: psychosocial implications for women of childbearing age.
Workshops: The use of complementary medicine in midwifery care; Establishing and facilitating breastfeeding in the first few days after birth; Bereavement care in the perinatal period.
Panel Discussions: Should epidurals be viewed as a “negative” outcome; How should the health care professional view caesarean section and how should it be offered to the patient.
Speakers: Kellie Murphy, Jay MacGillivray, Lee Di Fonzo, Michael Klein, Cathy Carlson-Rink, Kathy Venter, Lauren Barrett, Pamela Angle, Penny Simkin, Cindy-Lee Dennis, Wendy Moulsdale, Stephanie Burlein-Hall, Michael Dunn
Venue: Marriott Toronto Eaton Centre, 525 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario
For further details contact: Judy Cardwell - phone: 416-323-6501 mailbox #3781; or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or to view the full program, please visit www.cmicr.ca.
Developed by the Public Health Agency of Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Public Health Association and Professional Development & Conferencing Services, Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University.
Register now at: www.publichealth.gc.ca/outbreaks-course
Saskatoon Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) is a non-profit organization which provides training in trauma management to Saskatchewan physicians and residents. We currently run four courses per calendar year, with two spring and two fall / winter courses. The maximum number of participants per course is 16. Each course has approximately five auditor positions for physicians and non-physician providers. We also welcome all providers and students alike to volunteer as moulage patients for every course.
The course fee is currently $1000 and auditor positions are free; however, these prices are subject to change.
For further information, please contact:
Saskatoon Advanced Trauma Life Support
(306)655 - 2773
or email: email@example.com