Continuing Medical Education

FALL 2014


November 17, 2014

Current Issues in Child Maltreatment : Multidisciplinary Perspectives

Topics include: cultural differences in response to child maltreatment, child pornography & age estimation from images, sexual assault centres, preparation for court & the expert witness, and volatile encounters & personal safety.

Intended audience : child welfare, law enforcement, medical & mental health professionals and social work.

November 18 & 19, 2014

5th Annual Canadian Symposium on Advanced Practices in Child Maltreatment Pediatrics:

Medical Evaluation of Suspected Physical Abuse and Sexual Abuse

Intended audience : nurses and physicians who evaluate and provide medical opinions
in cases of suspected physical abuse and/or sexual abuse/assault.



PDF icon Current Issues & Advanced Practices Symposium 2014 PROGRAM


contact : childmaltreatment2014 [at] (Child Maltreatment 2014)




The Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider Course is designed to aid the pediatric healthcare provider in developing the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently and effectively manage seriously ill infants and children. During this 2 day course held at the McGill Medical Simulation Centre, students will learn how to assess for evidence of respiratory and circulatory compromise, establish treatment priorities and intervene when necessary to stabilize the child. Students will also review treatment of the respiratory and circulatory systems, management of cardiac arrest and arrhythmias and immediate post-resuscitation care. This course is recognized and certified by the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Candidates receive the two year PALS Provider Card. This event is an accredited group learning activity as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (13 hours). This program meets the accreditation criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and is accredited for (39) MAINPRO-M1 credits. The course is also fully accredited by the Centre for CME, Faculty of Medicine of McGill University.

Four P.A.L.S. courses are offered annually (January, April/May, September and November). For more information regarding current or upcoming P.A.L.S. courses, to obtain a registration form or to get on the mailing list for specific course dates, please email: mchpals [at] (P.A.L.S. COURSES). Space is limited, and as such we are able to confirm registration only when both the completed registration form and the payment have been received.






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