Complete the Micro-Aggression Training for Physicians course; claim CPD credits

May 9, 2024

Last year, CPSA, Alberta Health Services and the Alberta Medical Association partnered to create an course for physicians about micro-aggressions. With a goal of positioning Alberta’s physicians as leaders in addressing racism in health care settings, this online, on demand training aims to help CPSA regulated members understand what micro-aggressions are, how to recognize them, why they are harmful and how to respond.

Claim CPD credits

Once you’ve completed the course, download and save a pdf of your certificate so you can apply for continuing professional development (CPD) credits:

  • Up to 4.5 Mainpro+ credits are available through the College of Family Physicians of Canada, in the self-learning program.
  • 1.5 hours of MOC section 3 self-assessment hours (at 3 credits per hour) through the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Credits are calculated by MOC after submission.

How to access the training

Log into CPSA’s online learning platform, MyCPSA, using the same login credentials you use to access the CPSA Portal. From there, select 'Micro-aggression Training for Physicians' from the list of courses assigned to you.

If you have any questions, please contact

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