Events Calendar

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Events Calendar

Doctors Nova Scotia is pleased to share information on upcoming local, national and international events.

Inclusion on the events calendar does not necessarily mean Doctors Nova Scotia endorses these events nor their content.

Information Session
October is Occupational Therapy Month and the Nova Scotia Society of Occupational Therapists (NSSOT) would like to invite you to celebrate with a 30-minute presentation with an additional 15 minutes for questions.
Conference
The conference will seek to inform clinical practice, policy change, and showcase achievements and promising practices.

The purpose is to improve Black health outcomes across the African Diaspora.
Information Session
Planning is underway for a single-entry model (SEM) for managing and coordinating surgical consult referrals in Nova Scotia.
Information Session
Presenters from Nova Scotia Health’s Public Health team:
Lori McCraken, interim director, pandemic planning
Mark Bennett, epidemiologist
Information Session
Free public lecture hosted by the Dalhousie Health Law Institute with support from the Schulich School of Law

Hybrid format (in person and online)
Professional Development
Talks and Q&A about surgery, pathology, breast imaging and patient advocacy
Conference
The Endocrine Research Society is pleased to present the 34th Diabetes Directors Seminar – an annual, CFPC and RCPS UBC-accredited gathering of leading diabetes experts and caregivers across British Columbia.

Target Audience: Specialists and family physicians with an interest in diabetes care, as well as nurses, dieticians, pharmacists and other diabetes educators responsible for diabetes management within their own groups and communities.
Conference
The Atlantic Pain Conference is offered annually to anyone with an interest in pain management. The objective is to cover an intensive curriculum within a short period of time. The program will give the participant an appreciation of the importance of taking an interdisciplinary approach as well as provide updates on key areas of pain management.

Contacts

Melissa Murray
Communications coordinator
902-481-4923
1-800-563-3427 ext. 4923