Three webinars, presented in partnership with the Canadian Medical Association and the Dr. Tom Pashby Sport Safety Fund.
Accredited by The College of Family Physicians of Canada and AB Chapter.
Toxicology will focus on the interesting world of poisons, their nature, effects and antidotes.
Dossetor Centre Health Ethics Seminar
At the Sutton Place Hotel, Edmonton.
Free education sessions at Macewan University
From U of C Faculty of Medicine Office of CME/Alberta Health Services - For healthcare professionals involved in or interested at health research.
Coming soon! Production of the April 1, 2014, Mini Fee Schedule is underway! Please keep checking our website for the launch date.
Dr. Alexander H.G. Paterson shares his travels in Japan.
The Alberta Medical Association (AMA) is calling for nominations for our Achievement Awards, to recognize individuals who have contributed to the improvement of the quality of health care in our province. Deadline: April 30.
The Physician Office System Program (POSP) ended on March 31, however the Alberta Medical Association (AMA) continues to discuss short and long-term support (financial and non-financial) for physician electronic medical records (EMRs) with Alberta Health. In the interim, the AMA will offer a stop-gap EMR advisory service.
Dr. Andrew Clarke offered a fresh perspective on patient care and physician well being at the 59th Annual Scientific Assembly (ASA) of the ACFP, February 27-March 1.
With new regulations governing the use of marijuana for medical purposes taking effect across Canada April 1, the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) remains adamant that it will not throw its support behind medical use of the drug until numerous questions about safety, efficacy, dosage and delivery have been answered.
Take part in the AHS/Accreditation Canada Patient Safety Culture survey
This May and June, Alberta Medical Association (AMA) billing seminars will be taking place at locations across the province. Don't miss out – register now!
As of April 8, Microsoft will no longer provide support for Windows XP – there will be no more updates and patches to keep your system safe and secure.
Understanding what the risks of flooding are for your business will help you decide what to do about it.