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Learning Objectives: To discuss when it is appropriate to consider menstrual suppression in medically complex individuals To review menstrual suppressive options and their contraindications Dr. Sari Kives, MD at the Hospital for…September 17, 2020
Learning Objectives: Know when to refer a medically complex patient with scoliosis to a surgeon Understand the goals of scoliosis surgery in patients with medical complexity Help to minimize risks of scoliosis…June 25, 2020
Learning Objectives: Define Blenderized Tube Feeds (BTFs) Understand why BTFs are used and the potential benefits Understand who the ideal candidate is Briefly identify some of the nutritional and micronutrient considerations Understand…March 12, 2020
Learning Objectives: Know what are the top priorities for patients, families, and healthcare providers for treating paediatric chronic pain in Canada See example partnership of patients, families, and healthcare providers in research…November 29, 2019
I have had a long time interest in palliative care, and it is a significant part of the care I provide as a pediatric oncologist. I decided to register for Project ECHO because it allows me to continue my education in this area and to participate in the community of pediatric palliative care providers in the province.
Pediatric Hematologist/Oncologist May 28, 2020