PADIS conference 2017

 

Poison and Drug Information Service (PADIS) Conference 2017 - Beyond good supportive care

November 18, 2017

Health Sciences Centre | Foothills Campus | University of Calgary

COURSE OVERVIEW
This intensive, one-day clinical toxicology course will be of interest to anyone who provides care to poisoned patients. Physicians, nurses, pharmacists and paramedics whose practice includes emergency medicine, critical care medicine or internal medicine will find this course useful.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
The intent of the conference is for learners to:
• examine current controversies associated with the nonmedical use of opioids
• describe the diagnosis and management of common toxicological conditions
• illustrate the evidence used to guide treatment of the poisoned patient

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Dr David Juurlink

Reflections on the North American Opioid Crisis
The Pros and Cons of Twitter for Healthcare Providers

 

Dr Elizabeth MacKay

Management of Direct Oral Anticoagulants

 

Registration/CME link (attending in person): http://cumming.ucalgary.ca/cme/event/2017-11-18/poison-and-drug-information-service-padis-conference-2017-person

Registration for webcast: http://cumming.ucalgary.ca/cme/event/2017-11-18/webcast-poison-and-drug-information-service-padis-conference-2017

twitter: #PADISconf

For further information:

Susana Escobedo   t: 403.210.6275   e: susana.escobedo@ucalgary.ca