There are no webinars currently scheduled. This section will be updated as webinars are scheduled.
If you are unable to attend, recordings are posted so you can view at your convenience and get the benefit of the information provided. However, Dal CPD credits are only granted for participation in the live webinar.
- June 16: Obesity in the Era of COVID-19
- May 28: Public Health Update & Operating Office-Based Practices in the "New Normal"
May 6: Public Health Update
- April 21: Critical Thinking in the Time of COVID-19
- April 15: Surviving COVID-10: Mental health and coping strategies
- April 14: End of Life Care Considerations During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- April 9: COVID-19 in LTC: Discussions with residents/families
Webinar slides: Goals of care discussions for LTC residents and Discussing Goals of Care (worksheet for health-care providers in LTC)
- April 7: Public Health Update and PPE Education
- April 1: Diving into Virtual Care: Tips for getting the most out of virtual care
- March 26: Recommendations for Running an Office-based Practice in Response to COVID-19
- March 25: Peri-operative Care During COVID-19
Doctors Nova Scotia hosted a series of informative webinars with Dr. Claudia Sarbu, medical officer of health (MOH), and her NSHA colleagues. Dr. Sarbu shared the latest information and addressed your questions and concerns.
Special thanks to Dr. Claudia Sarbu, MOH, Dr. Ryan Sommers, MOH, Northern Zone and Dr. Mark McKelvie, public health preventative medicine at Queens University for the development and presentation of the webinars.
- March 23 session recording
- March 18 session recording (includes Q&A portion of the webinar)
- March 17 NSHA webinar recording PLEASE SKIP TO THE START AT AROUND 17 MINS (includes Q&A portion of the webinar)
- March 16 session recording (includes Q&A portion of the webinar
Webinars are now accredited
This one-credit-per-hour Group Learning program meets the certification criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been certified by the Continuing Professional Development Office of Dalhousie University for up to 2.0 Mainpro+ credits.
As an accredited provider, Dalhousie University, CPD, designates this continuing professional development activity for up to 2.0 credit hours as an accredited group learning Section 1 activity as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
Attendees are required to complete an evaluation; credits are not available for watching the recordings.
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