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Tuesday Afternoon

June 2, 2020

Take advantage of these exciting and unique activities during the free afternoon.

All of the activities listed on this page are optional add-ons to the conference program.

The Chase across Ottawa

Description

If you’re a fan of the TV series The Amazing Race or The Amazing Race Canada, then why not attempt it for real.

Roam downtown Ottawa in search of clues, conquering challenges and prepare to have the most fun you’ve ever had! All you need is a willing teammate to take part.

Open to families, this is a wonderful event to exercise your mind, body and spirit. We hope you’re ready for the challenge!

All of the profits from this event will go to the Emergency Medicine Advancement Fund (EMAF)

Timing and duration: 13:00- 16:00 (3 hours)

Registration cost per person:
Adult – $20
Child (under 18)- $5

Registration for this event is closed. More information coming soon 

$ 5-20

CAEP 2020 Wilderness Medicine Challenge

Description

Come test your wilderness, team work, and medical skills in the scenic Gatineau Park. Teams of 3 will be required to navigate through the park, locating a series of medical and wilderness scenarios. Teams will race through the circuit, where their performance at each station will be graded. The cost includes transportation from the Shaw Centre to Gatineau and back. This event is targeted for medical students, for now. Participants should come prepared for the weather and the fun!

Timing and duration: 13:00- 17:00 (4 hours)

Registration for this event is closed. More information coming soon 

Critical Pediatric POCUS Skills for Emergency Physicians

Instructor:

Alan Shefrin (Lead)

Decsription:

For the first time at CAEP learn Pediatric POCUS! Learn from pediatric experts how to apply your POCUS skills to your pediatric patients. In this half day workshop gets hands-on practice in core pediatric applications including lung, E-FAST, cardiac and soft tissues under expert supervision on pediatric patients. An ‘Ask the Expert’ Panel will allow discussion of challenging cases, novel applications and pediatric tips and tricks.
This workshop is designed for physicians already using POCUS who wish to add a pediatric skillset. Registrants will have an opportunity to suggest content in advance of the survey.”

Timing and duration:

13:30-16:30 (3 hours)

This workshop can accommodate 12 to 24 participants. 

Registration for this event is closed. More information coming soon 

Dental Emergency Workshop

Instructor:

Hans Rosenberg

Learning objectives:

1) Describe an approach to dental trauma in the Emergency Department irregardless of the setting

2) Demonstrate how to perform dental procedures for analgesia and stabilization of common dental trauma

3) Define common pitfalls in the management of dental trauma

Timing and duration:

13:00 -15:00 (2 hours)

This workshop can accommodate 5 to 12 participants. Please note this workshop may be subject to cancellation if the minimum number of registrants is not met.

Registration for this event is closed. More information coming soon 

Vertigo Hands on Workshop for Emergency Physicians

Instructors:

Peter Johns, Emergency Physician (Lead), Danny Lelli, Neuro-ophthalmologist and Darren Tse, ENT surgeon

Description:

This workshop is guided by the instructor’s special interest in vertigo and teaching others how to evaluate it.
Using both interactive talks and hands-on smaller group sessions, topics to be covered will include:
• Posterior and Horizontal canal BPPV- how to diagnose it and treat.
• Acute Vestibular Syndrome-is it vestibular neuritis or a stroke?
• Difficult cases of vertigo-participants are encouraged to bring their own cases.

Timing and duration:

13:30-16:30 (3 hours)

This workshop can accommodate up to 24 participants.

Registration for this event is closed. More information coming soon 

Difficult Palliative Care Discussion

Instructors:

Erin O’Connor and Lisa Fischer

Learning objectives:

An interactive workshop around difficult end of life conversations.

During this session you will:
1. Learn an approach to delivering bad news
2. Learn tips and language to help with assessment of goals of care in the ED
3. Practice your new skills!

Timing and duration: 13:00 -16:00 (3 hours)

This workshop can accommodate 5 to 20 participants. Please note this workshop may be subject to cancellation if the minimum number of registrants is not met.

Registration for this event is closed. More information coming soon