Past Webinar Recordings
Public Health and Preventive Medicine – Life After Residency Webinar Series
Preparing for a career in public health extends well beyond the classroom. A vital part of that preparation will be learning from the experiences of others. That's the idea behind the proposed Public Health and Preventive Medicine – Life After Residency, a webinar based mentorship program sponsored by the Residents Council of the Public Health Physicians of Canada (PHPC).
Reducing Pain and Fear: Integrating evidence into routine immunization practice
The Public Health Physicians of Canada (PHPC) are pleased to invite you to participate in a webinar organized in collaboration with Immunize Canada to discuss strategies and interventions within the context of clinical practice guidelines on pain and fear management developed by the national working group, Help Eliminate Pain in Kids (HELPinKIDS).
Conflict of Interest Webinar Series
The Public Health Physicians of Canada (PHPC) are pleased to invite you to participate in a webinar series exploring the implications of COI for public health in the Canadian context. This free three-part webinar series will apply a case study to frame the issue of COI, as an ethics expert – Dr. Bryn Williams-Jones – walks participants through an overview of the concept and describes how COI can be identified and their risks evaluated. Dr. Williams-Jones will then build on the discussion from the first two offerings to consider policy options applicable to the management of COI and discuss with the audience how public health physicians, and their organizations, can influence the systemic aspects that can support the management of COI. Each of these one-hour webinars will highlight important COI concepts and approaches with the intent of leading participants to develop the skills necessary to take action in the management of COI, and provide tools to facilitate effective partnerships and influence collaborations in which the objectivity of decision-making may be questionable. The overall aim of the 3 webinars is to provide practical tools to manage those COI that cannot be avoided, and so ensure the best possible public health outcomes in your work.
CPD Symposium & Annual Events
Sunday, April 28 to Thursday, May 2, 2019