15 Minute Friday

One Topic

Four Weeks

15 minutes (each week)

Live and on demand

FIFTEEN MINUTE FRIDAYS

What is Fifteen Minute Fridays?

Continuing Medical Education Events (CME) are usually offered in 1 hour segments; 45 minutes of presentation and 15 minutes for discussion. This “traditional” format aligns nicely with standards for professional development which is measured in the number of hours dedicated to learning. 15 Minute Fridays takes this concept and breaks it into shorter 15 minute segments over 4 weeks.

Who should participate?

All our presentations are geared toward the multi-disciplinary primary care audience. Physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacist and other allied health professionals can will all find value in these sessions.

Who is it for: FMF is structured for all primary care providers: physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists and other allied health What is unique: Fifteen minutes once a week that makes CME easy to access Live and on Demand: all sessions are record and pdf copies of slides will be made available CME Re-imagined No sponsorship, no advertising. We want to deliver CME that no one else is doing  

Diabetes Making A Difference In Your Practice With Lori Berard MAY 21 - JUNE 4


May 21: Mentoring Your Patient - Tips and Tricks for facilitating self-management behaviours

May 28: Monitoring Your Patient - Integrating glucose monitoring - help or hindrance?

June 4: Managing Your Patient - Glucose control is still important - navigating the “right” side of the algorithm

June 11: Ask the Expert Q&A
 

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