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Conferences and Courses: Child Maltreatment and Perspectives on Disruptive Behaviour and Online Pain Course



Please note this conference is approved by the Canadian Paediatric Society for 13.5 CME credit hours.

"Perspectives on Disruptive Behaviour" conference for physician leaders

We currently have 17 people registered for the conference, and have room for about 55 more.

Objective: Gain a better understanding of the existing tools and strategies to help you manage different types of disruptive behaviour by physicians.  
  You will hear perspectives from and interact with:
  • Saskatchewan Medical Association, Physician Support Programs
  • Ministry of Health
  • College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
  • Canadian Medical Protective Association
  • College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan
  • Canadian experts on disruptive behaviour
  • Health region and CMPA legal counsel
  • Health region leaders
Who Should Attend:
  • Health Regions’ Senior Medical Officers
  • Regional Medical Association Presidents
  • Clinical Department Heads and Clinical Section Chiefs
  • Academic Leaders
  • Other Senior Physician Leaders
Targeted specifically for physician leaders in Saskatchewan, this conference will be participatory in nature and characterized by open dialogue with varying perspectives and viewpoints.


Attendance is limited. View the agenda and register online now.

This one-day conference for physician leaders is jointly hosted by:
Canadian Medical Protective Association
Saskatchewan Medical Association
Ministry of Health
University of Saskatchewan, College of Medicine
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan

Online Pain Course

I am writing to you on the behalf on the University of Regina's Online Therapy Unit, which is associated with the Department of Psychology. We are a Service, Education, and Research Unit that has offered online Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to residents of Saskatchewan for the last 5 years. We are currently offering an online Pain Course, which offers treatment to individuals who are experiencing depression and anxiety associated with chronic pain. The course is 8 weeks in duration and encompasses 5 skills based lessons. Clients are also attached to a Guide who is a PhD Candidate (Psychology) to offer support and guidance throughout the program.

We are looking to spread the word of this program's immediate availability to potential clients. I have prepared a 5-10 minute presentation about the Pain Course and wish to share it with interested stakeholders of the pain population. I am wondering if there are any upcoming meetings or opportunities to meet with physician groups to share my brief informational presentation?

I look forward to sharing more about our Pain Course and I hope to hear from you!

Kind regards,

Kelly Adlam

Kelly Adlam, MEd, MSW, RSW

Therapist & Research Associate
Online Therapy Unit
Department of Psychology
University of Regina
(306) 337-3331 (office)