Wounds Canada (Canadian Association of Wound Care) invites you to:
For Physicians: A One-Day Workshop on Peripheral Arterial Disease
April 21, 2017, 8:30–15:00
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, ON
Dr. Giuseppe Papia, Dr. Robyn Evans and Barbie Murray CNS
Assist physicians in the early identification, prevention, and treatment of PAD and its related complications.
Provide physicians with the latest strategies to identify and treat PAD using a patient-centred, edivence-based model.
This workshop is aimed at physicians, cardiologists, specialists, and internists.
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Discuss the current situation related to PAD
Identify the signs and symptoms of PAD
Distinguish among the various diagnostic tests and evaluate their value in clinical practice
Formulate treatment plans to manage PAD and improve symptoms and quality of life of patients • Discuss an effective PAD referral processes in your practice and community setting
Bonus: This session will include a brief overview and advances in the prevention and management of wounds.
About Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
PAD affects over 800,000 Canadians
Detection in primary care settings is crucial
Early intervention can prevent amputations
Saved limbs mean saved lives
This continuing education event has been designated as a U of T accredited event and awarded with the following credits:
The College of Family Physicians of Canada – 4.0 Mainpro+ credits
Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada – 4.0 Section 1 hours
Registration price: $45 + HST. Register now! Don’t wait, space is limited.
To view the agenda, learn more about the speakers or register, visit: www.woundscanada.ca/2pad
Wounds Canada is Canada’s leading wound-related knowledge mobilization organization.