“Navigating the Unique Medical Needs of Refugees”
Friday, MARCH 11, 2016 – TCU Place, SASKATOON, SK
7:30 am to 4:30 pm
Announcing our newest CME learning opportunity for family physicians, specialist physicians, nurses/nurse practitioners, mental health professionals, medical residents/students, and other allied health professionals.
Enhance your capacity to treat the unique medical needs of refugees as they come to Saskatchewan.
Dr. Anna Banerji, Director, Global and Indigenous Health, University of Toronto
Dr. Kevin Pottie, Associate Professor, Family Medicine and Co-chair of the Canadian Collaboration for Immigrant and Refugee Health (co-author of Canada’s Clinical Guidelines for Immigrant and Refugee Health)
Additional Expert Speakers to be announced
Benefits of attending:
– In-depth discussions on Canada’s Clinical Guidelines for Immigrant and Refugee Health
– Improve Screening for Infectious Diseases
– Identify Specific Health Concerns of Refugee Women & Children
– Discuss Unique Mental Health Indicators and Recommendations for the Refugee Population
– Panel Discussion Specific to the Syrian Refugee Community and their Medical Needs.
Registration opens in the second week of February. Check www.usask.ca/cmelearning for updates!
Early Registration Closes February 29th. Rates start at $195 plus GST (Student rates available)
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org, CME Coordinator, or call (306) 966 7795 for further details.