and well-being of children and youth
Professional online education is a convenient way to update your paediatric knowledge at your own pace. The CPS works with content experts and electronic instructional designers to create courses that focus on the most current medical knowledge available. The CPS ensures that all content is evidence-based, balanced, up-to-date and accredited for Royal College MOC credits. Courses are developed through unrestricted education grants.
Developed by the Canadian Paediatric Society in association with the Public Health Agency of Canada and Health Canada, the Immunization Competencies Education Program (ICEP) provides participants with an in-depth review of the Immunization Competencies for Health Professionals, a national consensus on the education and training required by immunization providers.
There are common myths and misconceptions regarding the influenza vaccine. Some clinicians may feel poorly prepared to address these myths and may be uncomfortable promoting the NACI recommended guidelines for influenza immunization. By actively engaging patients on the topic of influenza immunization, clinicians can have a dramatic impact on protecting patients and the entire community.
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Last updated: Sep 11 2013