Radon: Is it in your patients’ home?

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Sign up for this free course at machealth.ca/programs/radon/

Next to smoking, radon is the leading cause of lung cancer and is linked to causing the deaths of 3,200 Canadians every year. All homes have some level of radon and talking to your patients about the need to test their homes is an important part of preventing radon-related cancer. In order to better equip health professionals to answer questions about radon and the need for at-home testing, McMaster University, together with Health Canada, the Ontario College of Family Physicians and the Clean Air Partnership, have designed a free, certified program to provide you and your colleagues with reliable, evidence-based information on radon.

For more information, please visit machealth.ca/programs/radon/

Or contact Anthony J. Levinson, MD, FRCPC, MSc, Director, Division of e-Learning Innovation, John Evans Chair in Educational Research
Associate Professor, McMaster University
Email: levinsa@mcmaster.ca

CME accreditation
The course is certified by the McMaster University Continuing Health Sciences Program for 1 Mainpro+ credit. It is also an Accredited Group Learning Activity as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Additionally, it is approved by the Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists for 1.0 CSRT CE/CPD credit.

The Alberta Medical Association stands as an advocate for its physician members, providing leadership & support for their role in the provision of quality health care.