From March 8th, 2021 - March 20th, 2021
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Chronic Pain Management
Dr. Jovey, a family physician and emergency physician for 20 years, closed his practice in 1999, to focus on his twin interests of chronic pain management and addiction medicine. From 1991 – 2014 he was the Physician Director of the Credit Valley Hospital, Addictions and Concurrent Disorders Centre. Since 2005 he has been the Medical Director at CPM Centres for Pain Management, the largest, outpatient chronic pain management organization in Canada. He is also a staff physician at the Michael G. DeGroote Pain Clinic at Hamilton Health Sciences Centre in Hamilton. He is a Past-President of the Canadian Pain Society, a medico-legal expert for the Canadian Medical Protective Association and a provincial Coroner. For over 30 years, Dr. Jovey has been treating patients with chronic non-cancer pain in an outpatient practice setting. He has presented educational workshops and seminars on pain to health care professionals in Canada and internationally.
Dr. Philip Baer is a graduate of McGill University’s Faculty of Medicine, where he was the class gold medallist. Dr. Baer has practiced as a clinical rheumatologist in Toronto for over 25 years. He is Chair of the Section of Rheumatology of the Ontario Medical Association (OMA), and Editor-in-chief of the Journal of the Canadian Rheumatology Association (CRA). He has received the GTA Community Rheumatologist of the Year, the OMA Section Service Award, the ORA Rheumatologist-of-the-Year, and the CRA Practice Reflection Silver Award.
Palliative Care & Pain Management
Dr. Weinberg is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine. Prior to medical studies, she earned a BSc, MSc, and MPhil in Chemistry from Queen’s University and the University of Sussex. Dr. Weinberg is a general practitioner having practiced palliative care and pain management in Toronto for over 20 years. Erica is an active participant in Continuing Medical Education.
This course is designed for family physicians, specialists, and allied health care professionals. The aim is to provide evidence-based material, as well as practical and relevant clinical pearls that will be easy to implement into one’s own medical practice. Conference attendees will be invited to complete a pre-course Needs Assessment to assist the faculty with the development of their presentations.
|Conference Tuition||Book Before May 24th, 2020||Book After May 24th, 2020|
|Resident, Retired, NP, RN, PA, Other||$945||$1095|
Morocco, known as the land of the distant sunset, is bound to charm the most demanding of travellers. From storytellers to snake charmers, from Berber artists to contemporary fashion designers, the Kingdom of Morocco opens its heart to anyone who will listen, wander through its streets and grab one of the outstretched hands.
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Ait Ben Haddou is an exceptionally well-preserved example of the ksars (fortified villages) of southern Morocco. Ait Ben Haddou is located in Ouarzazate province, which is also known as the center of the Moroccan film industry. Click here to read about Ait Ben Haddou.
The "Blue Village" of Chefchaouen is tucked into an idyllic valley in the Rif Mountains of northwestern Morocco. It's known as the Blue City because, well, because it's blue. Walls, doors, shutters, even some of the cobbled streets are washed in shades of blue. Click here to read about Chefchaouen.
Gnawa musicians play three-string lutes known as a guembri. Gnawa is the mystical form of Islam practiced by the descendants of enslaved, black Africans brought to Morocco in the 16th century. Music is integral to Gnawa ritual. Click here to read about Gnawa music.
The Sahara Desert! This is the Erg Chebi, a sea of sand dunes where we set up traditional desert camps for our travelers. Two of our published tours include an overnight in the desert, as well as a short camel trek in the dunes. Click here to read about camel riding in the Sahara Desert. / Click here to read about a night in the Sahara Desert.
The leather tanneries of the Fez medina are an interesting, if smelly, diversion. Much of the processing of the hides is done in the open air and can be viewed from the balconies of the surrounding leather shops. Click here to read about the Fez tannery experience.
|Date||Location||Notes / CME Details|
|March 9th||Casablanca||8:30 am—12:00 pm|
|March 10th||Casablanca||7:30 am—8:30 am; 2:30 pm—6:30 pm|
|March 12th||Fes||3:00 pm—6:00 pm|
|March 13th||Fes||3:00 pm—6:00 pm|
|March 14th||Merzouga / Berber Camp|
|March 17th||Marrakech||7:30 am—12:30 pm|