Getting Practical About Your Practice
About the Conference
The annual Practical Evidence for Informed Practice (PEIP) conference brings together clinical leaders to speak on the latest findings that can affect your practice and how you treat your patients. This multidisciplinary event focuses on relevant, evidence-based, and thought-provoking topics in health care.
PEIP is applicable to a variety of disciplines, including physicians, pharmacists, nurses, nurse practitioners, and other health care providers, and highlights focused reviews that combine evidence, experience, and patient values!
Conference Details – Registration is now closed.
This Group Learning activity has been certified by the College of Family Physicians and the Alberta Chapter for up to 14.0 Mainpro+ credits.
Please note: To be eligible for the full 14.0 credits, registrants must attend the pre-conference workshop, information session, and the full PEIP conference.
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In addition to the popular What’s New, What’s True, What’s Poo? session, this year’s topics include:
- Best Tips for New Moms
- Biologics and Biosimilars
- Diabetes Medications Update
- Driving in the Elderly and Medically-at-Risk
- Fatty Liver
- Medical Oncology
- Pearls for Primary Care in: Dermatology, Emergency Medicine, Palliative Care, Rheumatology, and Urology
- Top 5 Non-Opioid Solutions for Chronic Pain
- Vascular Surgery
- VTE Prophylaxis
- What We Do in Medicine That Works!
Also featured in this year’s program is a new pre-conference program to provide participants with strategies for identifying and evaluating patients in your practice with opioid use disorder, implementing and initiating therapy including opioid agonist therapies, and providing ongoing treatment in a primary care setting. Led by Dr. Christy Sutherland (Vancouver inner-city harm reduction), participants will also enjoy the opportunity to learn from local family physician leaders in the field during this three (3) hour pre-conference workshop. This workshop aims to inform participants of best practices and local resources that will allow them to optimize care for patients with opioid use disorder. Space is limited.