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Inspiring Change - Striving for Excellence in Diabetes and Obesity Care
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Program Access and Details:

Program Length:
45 minutes

Resources:
PROGRAM HANDOUT. View the Program Materials tab for more information.

Target Audience:
Family physicians

Inspiring Change - Striving for Excellence in Diab

View Accredited Program

Program Access and Details:

Program Length:
45 minutes

Resources:
PROGRAM HANDOUT. View the Program Materials tab for more information.

Target Audience:
Family physicians

Inspiring Change - Striving for Excellence in Diab

Hear expert faculty discussing challenges they have overcome and practice patterns they have adopted that have made a positive impact for patients in the areas of diabetes and obesity care.

Learning Objectives

Following participation in this program, participants will be better able to:

• Describe how the approach to obesity and diabetes management has evolved over time

• Identify practical changes that will increase professionalism and improve obesity and diabetes care

ACCREDITATION

This 1.0-credit-per-hour Self-Learning Activity has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 0.75 Mainpro+ certified credits.

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Carl Fournier
MD, CCMF

Montréal, QC

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Alice Cheng
MD, FRCPC

Toronto, ON

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Akshay Jain
MD, FRCPC, FACE, CCD, ECNU, DABIM, DABOM Surrey, BC
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Yoni Freedhoff
MD, CCFP Ottawa, ON
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Stuart Ross
MB CHB, FRACP, FRCP(C) Calgary, AB
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Yvonne Kangong
MD, MPH, CCFP, d ABOM Calgary, AB
Program Chapter
Presenter
Introduction
Alice Cheng
Professional journey in improving obesity care
Akshay Jain
Evolution of diabetes and obesity management
Stuart Ross
Providing quality care in family practice
Yvonne Kangong
Yoni Freedhoff
Yoni Freedhoff
Panel Discussion
All

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This program has been developed by the Canadian Collaborative Research Network, a not-for-profit physician organization, and was supported through an educational grant received from Novo Nordisk Canada