Amongst our many workshops and information sessions offered each term, here are some upcoming events scheduled for Winter 2015 that may peak your interest.
The 2014 Global Health Night will be held at the McGill Faculty Club (3450 McTavish), on Monday, November 3rd, from 6:00 to 8:00pm. This annual event is held to highlight and foster the involvement of students and faculty at McGill in global health-related activities.
The evening will feature a guest lecture by Dr. Christy L Hanson and will also include the announcement of the Global Health Programs Photography Competition winner, the Faculty of Medicine’s Chan Prize winner and the Travel Awards Fall 2014 winners.
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12 TH , 2014 AT 12:00 PM
**Dr. Jean-Philippe Pelletier, Intervention cardiaque.
Quoi de neuf en 2014
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 22 ND , 2014 AT 12:00 PM
**Dr. Tomy Hadjis, Cas complexes de gériatrie et les NOACs
Lymphedema and chronic edema are not well understood by many health professionals. But for those living with these conditions, the impact is great.
Expand your knowledge
Come learn about lymphedema and its treatment here in Québec. Share your questions and experiences.
- Pain's relationship with 'broken' sleep
- La place des opioïdes et approche pratique
- Optimizing Pain Relief While Reducing Risk: Finding Your Comfort Zone
- Subacute Low Back Pain program
- Knee Osteoarthritis… Are we looking for pain in all the wrong places?
- Challenges in management of osteoarthritic patients & A-typical fractures in osteoporosis
Moderator: Dr. Richard Germain
Each year, for the past fourteen years, a thousand participants from multiple disciplines meet up, to communicate and share experiences, and to define new ways to collaborate. All this takes places in a location near them, thanks to a video conference. This year, over 25 towns will organize the event in France and abroad.
Series of 8 conferences organized by the Great North Mental Health Program of the Douglas Mental Health University Institute
12:00 to 13:30/ Amphitheatre William E. (Douglas Hall)
My experience as a doctor in the northern communities of Quebec
- «I describe how I learned over life experiences firstly to understand the existence of cultural differences and to appreciate the fundamental role in intercultural medical practice.»