NEW! CME Connect on prenatal care
October 3, 2019
Join us for a CME Connect event on prenatal care featuring an education session and resource fair at our Main Office on Wednesday, November 6.
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Dr. Lois Donovan, U of C Department of Medicine, will present the latest updates and recommendations for common challenges with thyroid disease and monitoring in pregnancy.
Dr. Lois Donovan, Clinical Associate Professor and Medical Director of Diabetes in Pregnancy at University of Calgary, Cumming School of Medicine
- Dr. Donovan is a clinical investigator in several local, provincial, national and international trials with research funding from CIHR, AHRQ and JDRF. She has special interests in endocrine disorders in pregnancy and monogenic diabetes, and her research is focused on thyroid disease in pregnancy and diabetes in pregnancy.
You can also engage with community partners specializing in prenatal care throughout the evening to learn more about their services and how they can help your patients.
- AHS Antenatal Community Care Program
A program for medically high-risk pregnancies.
- AHS Best Beginning
A program for low income pregnant women and pregnant teens who can benefit from social and emotional support, health education and language support.
- AHS Birth and Babies
A program for expectant parents and new parents in the Calgary Zone and surrounding areas.
- AHS Immunization services
A program for parents and their children that provides immunization information and resources.
- Families Matter
Programs are specifically for adults with children from prenatal to grand parenting. They also have a mental health program, Family Mental Health.
- And more!
- 5:30 to 6 p.m., registration and networking with light refreshments
- 6 to 7:30 p.m., education session and resource fair
Location: CWC PCN Main Office, 5966 Centre Street SE
RSVP by: Wednesday, October 30
This activity has not been formally reviewed by the CFPC; however, it is eligible for non-certified credits. Mainpro+ participants may also earn additional certified credits by completing a Linking Learning exercise.
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