CME Calendar

CME Location: Vancouver
CME Date: 09-September-2019 to 14-February-2020

The BC Cancer Agency’s Family Practice Oncology Network offers an 8-week General Practitioner in Oncology training program beginning with a 2-week introductory session every spring and fall at the Vancouver Centre.

Fall session: 9-20 Sep; Spring session: 3-14 Feb 2020.

This program provides an opportunity for rural family physicians, with the support of their community, to strengthen their oncology skills so that they may provide enhanced care for local cancer patients and their families.
Following the introductory session, participants complete a further 30 days of customized clinic experience at the cancer centre where their patients are referred. These can be scheduled flexibly over 6 months

Participants who complete the program are eligible for credits from the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Those who are REAP-eligible receive a stipend and expense coverage through UBC’s Enhanced Skills Program.

For more information or to apply, visit, or contact Jennifer Wolfe at 604 219-9579.


CME Location: Whistler
CME Date: 26-September-2019

Join us 26-29 September 2019 for the 17th Annual St. Paul’s Conference--four exciting days of learning, networking, and of course, recreation. We had over 300 attendees last year, so don’t miss out!

Pre-conference workshops: CASTED, HOUSE EM, CAEP AIME.

Target Audience: Any physician providing emergency care, emergency nurses, paramedics.

Keynotes: Best Literature of the Past Year (Dr Grant Innes, Dept of Emergency Medicine, University of Calgary); Sub-Arachnoid Hemorrhage—What the ED Doc of 2019 Needs to Know (Dr Jeff Perry, Dept of Emergency Medicine, The Ottawa Hospital); Gender and Medicine in 2019—Where Are We? Where Can We Go? How Can We Get There? (Dr Carolyn Snider, St, Michael's Hospital); Managing Stress in a High Risk Environment (Mr Will Gadd, gold medalist, X-Games).

Conference details and registration:  

Further information: 604 675-3777; 604 675-3778 (fax); or e-mail



CME Location: Surrey
CME Date: 19-October-2019

The 5th Annual Infectious Diseases Day Symposium will be held at UBC Lecture Hall, Floor B@ Critical Care Tower, Surrey Memorial Hospital.

Topics for the morning sessions, 8 a.m. to 12:00 noon include didactic lectures on: approach to hospital acquired infection; approach with empiric antibiotic therapy in patients with positive blood culture; approach to management of STI (resistance trend and current treatment); approach in management of TB in the era of MDR and XRD tuberculosis; approach in management of common infectious syndromes in an outpatient settings; approach in management of infectious complications of biologics in reactivations of viral, mycobacterial, and fungal infections; approach in management of common fungal infections (aspergillosis, candida, and cryptococcus); approach in management of cognitively impaired patients with infection (delirium and dementia); human microbiome in state of health and illness.

Afternoon workshop/breakout sessions (1 p.m. to 4 p.m.) will focus on most of the above topics and will be made available on a first-come first-served basis.

Each participant can choose a maximum of 3 sessions based on seat availability. Maximum capacity for each session is 30. Each session has two relevant cases to discuss in approach and management by professors.

Early registration is encouraged.

Further information: Register:


CME Location: Richmond
CME Date: 08-November-2019

This conference returns to the Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport, 8-10 November, for another successful, comprehensive update in Diabetes Care.

The 2019 agenda features evidence and research-based presentations designed for family physicians, allied health, diabetes educators, podiatrists, and other health care professionals who have an interest in recent advances in diabetes.

Featured themes: Working with(in) the system to coordinate multidisciplinary diabetes care; Controversies and current updates in diabetes care and research; From bench to bedside: Diabetes research and its application to patient management; How family physicians manage diabetes care in their patients; Confronting your fears: managing diabetes alongside another chronic disease; Using non-pharmacological approaches in the management of diabetes; Pharmacological treatment of diabetes–What’s new? What Works? What Doesn’t?

Program details and registration: .                

Phone: 604 675-3777; fax: 604-675-3778; email: