Spring 2021 CME is a two-part offering this year, with both virtual workshops for live participation or recorded viewing and online learning modules.
New this year, we've added optional live virtual workshops to this Spring's core CME for RPPEO-certified ACPs! PCPs are also invited to participate in the live or recorded CME events.
The complete Spring 2021 CME will combine 4.5 hours of virtual workshops with online learning modules completing the remainder of your 8-hour core CME requirement. We're doing this to give paramedics more variety in this Spring’s reliance on distance education due to the ongoing pandemic.
All 8 hours of Spring 2021 CME will be available in MedicLEARN beginning on May 12, 2021.
Read on to learn more about Spring 2021 CME and register for some or all of the live workshops on May 4, 5, and 6.
The provincial Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) on Monday, February 22, 2021 released its latest update on considerations for paramedics during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This memo replaces both the May 6th, 2020 and the January 4th, 2021 considerations documents and memos.
Feb 22, 2021 MAC Memorandum
MAC's Summary of Changes
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MyGriefToolbox.ca helps paramedics respond to palliative care calls and expands their capacity to provide quality care.
The first seven modules provide paramedics with:
RPPEO MedicASK provides paramedics the opportunity to ask your Medical Directors questions about the Advanced Life Support Patient Care Standards or other standards of patient care .
All questions are reviewed and answered by staff within the RPPEO.
Browse through our questions and answers or search in MedicASK for a topic that concerns you. If you don't find your topic, feel free to submit your own question.