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So, what really is just culture? This article demystifies the concept, and further explains how it could benefit patient safety in Canada.
In this article, we collaborated with the Medical Council of Canada to outline the concept of Multi-Source Feedback and the many ways in which it can positively impact physicians’ performance and benefit the broader medical community.
In this article we explore the issue of unprofessional behaviour in healthcare, and the type of support and resources that can engender positive change.
Canadian healthcare professionals, researchers and educators are making efforts to tackle this challenge through educational programs that help physicians navigate the complexities of opioid prescribing and reduce the risk of misuse and addiction.
On November 20 and 21, 2017, Saegis conducted a pilot of its "Strategies for Managing Unprofessional Behaviour" program in partnership with a prominent Ontario hospital, and the feedback has exceeded our expectations.
Through continuing medical education, physicians can feel more confident in their ability to safely prescribe opioids.
Communication skills can be improved through education and practical training; by applying specific, learned techniques physicians can reduce risk and improve safety,
Practice management is increasingly complex. Read on to find out more about the evolution of practice management and how it is affecting physicians, clinic-owners and administrators. And then, tell us what you think the biggest challenges are.
Saegis and the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine have confirmed their first new workshop dates as part of the expansion of the Safer Opioid Prescribing program. Workshops will be offered in Alberta and Saskatchewan for the first time in June 2018.
The CMPA and Saegis, together with the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) office are pleased to announce a new collaboration to make “Safer Opioid Prescribing, A Multimodal Program for Chronic Pain and Opioids” available to all clinicians in Canada.
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