Treating & Curing Hep C (HCV) in Saskatchewan Primary Care Settings – Virtual Classroom

This Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Saskatchewan Chapter for 4 Mainpro+ credits

Virtual classroom sessions are offered several times a year and  consist of 2 two-hour presentations delivered over interactive webinars by local Infectious Disease Care Specialists and experienced HCV physicians

There is no registration cost to attend!

Each session has a maximum of 20 participants and is targeted to:

  • Physicians
  • Medical residents
  • Nurse practitioners

Content discussed over the two presentations will include:

  • Awareness of HCV & the current state of HCV in Saskatchewan
  • The role of primary care providers in HCV treatment and patient care
  • How to screen for & diagnose HCV
  • How to evaluate patients for treatment with the goal of HCV cure

Sessions focus on participants’ knowledge development and preparation for integrating sound HCV assessment and treatment into their clinical practice. Participants enrolled will have increased access to the program’s supports and mentorship.

Late Fall 2020 Session: November 18 (Wednesday) and November 25 (Wednesday) from 5:00pm-7:00pm ** Limited Spaces

Winter 2020 Session: December 2 (Wednesday) and December 9 (Wednesday) from 5:00-7:00pm ** Full

Early Spring 2021 Session: February 24 (Wednesday) and March 3 (Wednesday) from 5:00-7:00pm

Presenter: Dr Kris Stewart, BSP, MD, FRCPC (Saskatchewan Infectious Disease Care Network; University of Saskatchewan, Department of Medicine; Saskatchewan Health Authority)

For more information, or to register e-mail Amanda.galambos@sidcn.ca