Continuing Medical Education Calendar

Continuing Medical Education (CME) offers a wide range of learning opportunities for physicians, nurses and allied health professionals in the hospital and in the community. These programmes are designed to keep pace with advances in medicine, technology and research, and changes in the healthcare environment. A calendar of learning lunches, classes and other events is posted below. Please check back regularly for updates.

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  • MWI Professional Seminar
    12:30 -13:30
    2018-12-03

    53 Devon Spring Rd, Bethaven, Bermuda

    53 Devon Spring Rd, Bethaven, Bermuda

    Topic: Recent Updates in Marijuana Research and Implication for Legalisation

    Speaker: Shawnee Basden, PsyD, Clinical Psychologist, Bermuda Hospitals Board

    Date/Time: 12:30pm to 1:30pm on Monday 3 December 2018

    Location: MWI Social Centre, Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute

    Notes:

    A minimum of 50 minutes is required for CME participation.

    This CME/CDP activity has been approved by the Bermuda Hospitals Board Continuing Medical Education Programme. This interactive learning for the relevant audience(s) has met the standards and best practices for CME/CDP certified activities sponsored by the Continuing Medical Education Programme.

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  • Mental Health First Aid
    09:30 -17:00
    2018-12-04

    53 Devon Spring Rd, Bethaven, Bermuda

    53 Devon Spring Rd, Bethaven, Bermuda

    Date/Time: 9:30am to 5pm on Tuesday 4 December and Wednesday 5 December 2018

    Location: Main Conference Room, Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute

    The goal of Mental Health First Aid is to provide people with the resources to help those experiencing a mental health problem and to guide them to the appropriate professional help. For example, you may encounter an individual in the community, perhaps at work, who you believe may be experiencing symptoms of depression. This course will help you to approach this individual and will give you the tools to discuss your concerns as well as help them seek appropriate professional help. The course costs $100 and is offered as a two-day programme, from 9:30am-5pm on both days. Participants will be provided with a certificate indicating that they are trained in Mental Health First Aid. Please complete the registration form linked below.

    Mental Health First Aid Course Information and Registration Form

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  • Mental Health First Aid
    09:30 -17:00
    2018-12-05

    53 Devon Spring Rd, Bethaven, Bermuda

    53 Devon Spring Rd, Bethaven, Bermuda

    Date/Time: 9:30am to 5pm on Tuesday 4 December and Wednesday 5 December 2018

    Location: Main Conference Room, Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute

    The goal of Mental Health First Aid is to provide people with the resources to help those experiencing a mental health problem and to guide them to the appropriate professional help. For example, you may encounter an individual in the community, perhaps at work, who you believe may be experiencing symptoms of depression. This course will help you to approach this individual and will give you the tools to discuss your concerns as well as help them seek appropriate professional help. The course costs $100 and is offered as a two-day programme, from 9:30am-5pm on both days. Participants will be provided with a certificate indicating that they are trained in Mental Health First Aid. Please complete the registration form linked below.

    Mental Health First Aid Course Information and Registration Form

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  • Physicians CME Brown Bag Lunch
    13:00 -14:00
    2018-12-12

    Point Finger Rd, Bermuda

    Point Finger Rd, Bermuda

    Topic: Surgical Challenges in Kidney Transplant Patients

    Speaker: Antonio di Carlo, MD CM FACS FRCSC, Chief, Division of Abdominal Organ Transplantation, Temple University Hospital; Surgical Director Kidney Transplantation, St Christopher’s Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA

    Date/Time: 1pm to 2pm on Wednesday 12 December 2018

    Location: 1st Floor Conference Room, General Wing, KEMH

    CME Flyer – Kidney Transplants – 12-13 December 2018

    Notes:

    A minimum of 50 minutes is required for CME participation. Non-physician professionals who wish to participate in the physicians CME are urged to RSVP to 239-5918 as space is limited.

    This CME/CDP activity has been approved by the Bermuda Hospitals Board Continuing Medical Education Programme. This interactive learning for the relevant audience(s) has met the standards and best practices for CME/CDP certified activities sponsored by the Continuing Medical Education Programme.

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  • Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
    08:00 -09:00
    2018-12-13

    Point Finger Rd, Bermuda

    Point Finger Rd, Bermuda

    Topic: Getting a Patient to a Kidney Transplant and the Challenges After That

    Speaker: Antonio di Carlo, MD CM FACS FRCSC, Chief, Division of Abdominal Organ Transplantation, Temple University Hospital; Surgical Director Kidney Transplantation, St Christopher’s Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA

    Date/Time: 8am to 9am on Thursday 13 December 2018

    Location: 1st Floor Conference Room, General Wing, KEMH

    CME Flyer – Kidney Transplants – 12-13 December 2018

    Notes:

    A minimum of 50 minutes is required for CME participation. Non-physician professionals who wish to participate in the physicians CME are urged to RSVP to 239-5918 as space is limited.

    This CME/CDP activity has been approved by the Bermuda Hospitals Board Continuing Medical Education Programme. This interactive learning for the relevant audience(s) has met the standards and best practices for CME/CDP certified activities sponsored by the Continuing Medical Education Programme.

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