Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians – JAMAICA

10/08/2016 / Conferences /

January 22 – 29, 2017

Emergency Medicine Review Act III


CFPC 22 Mainpro C (with post reflective hours)

RCPSC 22 hours Section 3

12 hours one-site classroom
10 hours of pre-course videos
3 mornings – 8:00 to 12:00

Emergency Medicine Review (EMR) is a program made up of focused chapters with key concepts and core information divided into units.


Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the healthcare professional should be able to:

  • Incorporate up-to-date literature in the practice of Emergency Medicine
  • Discuss controversies in Emergency Medicine
  • Modify practice using evidence to update patient management strategies
  • Improve patient safety by developing an evidence based approach to patient care


Topics covered in the EMR course include:

Sore Throat Thought Disorders
Back Pain Allergy, Hypersensitivity, Angioedema, and Anaphylaxis
Facial Trauma Thyroid and Adrenal Disorders
Wrist and Forearm Rabies
Humerus and Elbow Tick-Borne Illnesses
Shoulder Frostbite
Sexual Assault Accidental Hypothermia
Acute Appendicitis Electrical and Lightning Injuries
Opioids High-Altitude Medicine
Pesticides Drowning
Cardiac Disorders – Peds – Chest pain and syncope Cocaine and Other Sympathomimetics
Cardiac Disorders – Peds – Congenital Heart Disease Labor and Delivery and Their Complications
Cardiac Disorders – Peds – Dysrhythmias The Elder Patient
Cardiac Disorders – Peds – Inflammatory disorders Bariatric EM
Gastrointestinal Disorders – Peds – Jaundice Hallucinogens
Gastrointestinal Disorders – Peds – GI bleeding Hydrocarbons
Gastrointestinal Disorders – Peds – Surgical Emergencies Lithium
Gastrointestinal Disorders – Peds – Constipation/GER

CFPC 22 Mainpro C (with post reflective hours)

RCPSC 22 hours Section 3

Monday January 23, 2017

8AM to Noon

Tuesday January 24, 2017

8AM to Noon

Wednesday January 24, 2017

8AM to Noon

The distinguished guest speakers will be announced shortly.

Sandals Whitehouse

Sandals has designed the perfect combination of European civility and an all-beachfront tropical resort. Sandals Whitehouse is a majestic beachfront oasis within a 500-acre nature preserve. Strolling along a grand piazza lined with bistros, restaurants, cafés and bars, it’s easy to forget you’re in the Caribbean. Three distinctive European Villages-French, Italian, and Dutch-are set along a two-mile stretch of beach where you can watch both the sunrise and sunset each day. Relax by one of three pools, including Jamaica’s largest. At night, extravagant bonfire areas and fire pits add to the glow of this truly unique destination in the heart of paradise.  Sandals Whitehouse, an undiscovered region of Jamaica.  Yours to discover..


Package includes:

  • Return airfare from Toronto
  • Private group transfers to/from resort
  • 1 week luxurious all-inclusive accommodation
  • All meals and premium brand drinks
  • Wide range of sports and activities with instruction and equipment, including waterskiing, scuba diving (resort certification required for non-certified divers)
  • No tipping policy, all gratuities included
  • And much more

All the rates are per person based on double occupancy in Canadian Dollars, including return airfare from Toronto:

Run of the House room SOLD OUT
Beachfront Grande Luxe Club Level Suite SOLD OUT
Beachfront Penthouse Club Suite SOLD OUT
Beachfront One Bedroom Butler Suite SOLD OUT

Cancellation Policy and Schedule:

At time of booking a deposit is required $300 per person
From deposit to Sep 26, 2016 50% non-refundable
From Sep 27, 2016 to Dec 5, 2016 75% non-refundable
From Dec 6, 2016 to departure 100% non-refundable

Cancellations must be sent in writing to CME Travel.