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Online Education Series 2021 – 2022

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Self-Assessment Activity

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IN ENGLISH

Management of iron deficiency anemia (IDA) in gynecology


Online Education – Self-Assessment Activity

Presenters – Dr. Ally Murji, MD, MPH, FRCS(C), Toronto, ON and Dr. Karima Khamisa, MD, FRCPC, Ottawa, ON
Moderator – Dr. Sukhbir S. Singh, MD, FRCSC, FACOG, Ottawa, ON

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Learning Objectives

• Indicate the use of various oral iron supplements in the management of women with iron deficiency anemia
• Outline the indications for parenteral iron in the management of women with iron deficiency anemia
• Recognize and manage possible side effects of parenteral iron products


CanSAGE Online Education Webinar Series

Four Webinars – Free for CanSAGE Members
$125 for non-members (series rate only)

Monday, December 6, 2021
8-9 pm ET

IN ENGLISH

Women's Health and the COVID Vaccine: Impact on the menstrual cycle and fertility potential

Presenter:


Dr. Chelsea Elwood, Vancouver, BC

Co-Moderators:
Dr. Mohamed Bedaiwy, Vancouver, BC and
Dr. Togas Tulandi, Montreal, QC

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:-

  • Summarize the current Health Canada approved COVID-19 vaccine types, efficacy, and safety;
  • Describe effects of the COVID vaccine on the menstrual cycle;
  • Identify the role and timing of COVID vaccination in the fertility patient and debunk vaccine fertility myths.

Disclosures: 
Dr. Bedaiwy; Dr. Elwood; Dr. Tulandi

Monday, January 24, 2022
8-10 pm ET

IN ENGLISH and FRENCH

Opportunities and Challenges of Advanced Gynecology in Smaller Centres /
Succès et défis de la pratique de gynécologie avancée dans un centre rural

8-9pm – English Panel:
Dr. Chelsey Topping, Lethbridge, AB, and
Dr. Nadean Caines, Corner Brook, NL
Moderator: Dr. Shiraz Moola, Nelson, BC

9-10pm – French Panel:
Dr. Éric Paradis, Montréal, QC, and
Dr. Renée Soucy, Pabos QC
Moderator: Dr. André Laroche, Ottawa, ON

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:-

  • Demonstrate the differences in practice between a large urban vs a smaller centre/ rural practice;
  • Describe the challenges of a smaller centre and prescribe ways to address these;
  • Highlight successes that are possible in smaller centres and ways to mimic those successes in other centres.
Objectifs d’apprentissage :
  • Discuter les différences qui existent entre une pratique dans un gros centre académique à comparer à un hôpital plus rural;
  • Décrire les défis et succès qui viennent dans un plus petit centre;
  • Partager les stratégies pour avoir le plus de succès possible.

Monday, February 28, 2022
8-9 pm ET

IN ENGLISH

Managing Pregnancy and Delivery in Endometriosis Patients

Presenter:
Dr. Michael Secter, Calgary, AB

Moderator:
Dr. Anet Maksymowicz, Winnipeg, MB

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:-

  • Review the role of pre-existing adenomyosis and endometriosis on the pregnant patient;
  • Propose strategies to manage pain in the pregnant patient;
  • Recommend surgical techniques to avoid complications at the time of delivery.

Disclosures:
Dr. Maksymowicz


Monday, April 4, 2022
8-10 pm ET

IN ENGLISH and FRENCH

Malignancy Risk in Endometriosis and Fibroids: When Gyne Onc and MIS collide / Le risque de cancer en endométriose et fibrômes : l'intersection de gynéco-onco et gynecologie minimalement invasive

8-9pm – French Panel:
Dr. Joannie Neveu, St. John’s, NL, and
Dr. Annie Leung, Montréal, QC;
Moderator: Dr. Deborah Robertson, Toronto, ON

9-10pm – English Panel: 
Dr. Jubilee Brown, Charlotte, NC, and
Dr. Liat Hogen, Toronto, ON;
Moderator: Dr. Caitlin Jago, Calgary, AB

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:-

  • Summarize the risk of malignancy in endometriomas, endometriosis and fibroids;
  • Identify radiologic and laboratory features that may help to distinguish benign vs. malignant;
  • Propose strategies when malignancy cannot be excluded but not confirmed.
Objectifs d’apprentissage :
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Disclosures:
Dr. NeveuDr. LeungDr. Robertson
Dr. Hogen; Dr. Jago

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