Association of Medical Microbiology
and Infectious Disease Canada

l’Association pour la microbiologie
médicale et l’infectiologie Canada

    

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Association of Medical Microbiology
and Infectious Disease Canada

l’Association pour la microbiologie
médicale et l’infectiologie Canada

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The Association of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Disease (AMMI) Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) are collaborating on an online open access webinar series to provide cutting edge continuing education to Canadian medical professionals in the context of COVID-19.

** This activity is eligible for MOC section 1 credits as an unaccredited group learning activity. Please note that unaccredited group learning activities are only eligible for 0.5 credits for every hour of learning, with a maximum of 50 credits per cycle. If you have any questions about how to enter these credits into Mainport, please contact the Royal College Service Centre at cpd@royalcollege.ca **

COVID-19 in the critically ill. what we know, and what we need to know

Speaker: Dr. Srinivas Murthy & Dr. Rob Fowler
Date: Thursday September 17, 2020
PDF Presentation
Video Presentation

Challenges Around COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing

Speaker: Dr. Carmen Charlton & Dr. Nathan Zelyas
Date: Thursday July 23, 2020
PDF Presentation
Video Presentation

COVID-19 Epidemiology: the knowns and unknowns

Speaker: Dr. Dominik Mertz
Date: Thursday August 6, 2020
PDF Presentation
Video Presentation

COVID-19 in Long-Term Care

Speaker: Dr. Jerome Leis
Date: Thursday July 9, 2020
PDF Presentation
Video Presentation

The Association of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Disease (AMMI) Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) are collaborating on an online open access webinar series to provide cutting edge continuing education to Canadian medical professionals in the context of COVID-19.

** This activity is eligible for MOC section 1 credits as an unaccredited group learning activity. Please note that unaccredited group learning activities are only eligible for 0.5 credits for every hour of learning, with a maximum of 50 credits per cycle. If you have any questions about how to enter these credits into Mainport, please contact the Royal College Service Centre at cpd@royalcollege.ca **