Symposium McGill sur les politiques de soins de première ligne au Québec
McGill Primary Care Policy Symposium:
Toward a Common Vision for Primary Care in Quebec
In partnership with the McGill Institute for Health and Social Policy, St. Mary's Research Centre,McGill Faculty of Medicine, and RUIS McGill, the McGill Department of Family Medicine will be hosting a primary care policy symposium, a full-day event that will engage the public including patients, health care professionals, health system managers and key decision makers in a discussion on key ideas and strategies that should underpin the future of primary care in Quebec. The symposium will emphasize audience engagement with invited guests from Quebec, Canada, and internationally, drawing upon the best available knowledge and critical thinking towards the improvement of primary care in Quebec. The objective of the symposium is to contribute to the development of a comprehensive vision and roadmap for primary care in Quebec.
WE ARE CURRENTLY SOLD OUT OF SEATING FOR THE SYMPOSIUM - WEBCAST REGISTRATION IS STILL AVAILABLE IN BOTH ENGLISH AND FRENCH.
For this activity, we have received 7.25 CME study credits from McGill University, Office for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) which sponsors continuing medical education for physicians. The Office for CPD McGill University is fully accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Canadian Medical Education (CACME).
This seminar is also accredited by a recognized provider for 6.75 hours of continuing legal education (Faculty of Law, McGill University).