Monthly CME’s 2022

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  • This February’s HAM Monthly CME focused on mental health. Dr. Lawrence Martin and Dr. Barry Simon provided an evidence-based approach to starting the conversation and navigating the care of patients suffering from Binge Eating Disorder, Bipolar, ADHD and Personality Disorder. The 2-hour interactive program discussed the complexity of sorting out mood and emotion dysregulation, the impact of BED on quality of life, and best practices for applying appropriate therapeutic interventions.

  • This March’s HAM Monthly CME program featured two events. First, Dr. Vipul Jain and Dr. Paul Keith reviewed the treatment and management of allergic rhinitis, chronic urticaria, asthma, and allergic inflammation. The second event focused on diabetes and kidney care during Ramadan. Dr. Tayyab Khan and Dr. Faisal Rehman highlighted the best practices for fasting and explored methods to support diabetic patients while honouring their culture and traditions.

  • This April’s HAM Monthly CME evaluated the methods for a more efficient assessment of asthma control in your busy practice and reviewed the role of immunization during the pandemic and how it’s evolved – one year later.  This 2-hour program explored treatment options for your asthmatic patients, distinguished SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern, and measured outcomes amongst various subgroups based on real-world evidence of COVID-19 immunization.

  • This June’s HAM Monthly CME featured two presentations that evaluated advanced vaccine technologies. This two-hour program reviewed the burden of S. Pneumniae and IMD on the Canadian healthcare system and identified up-to-date immunization technology & the impact of vaccine schedules to protect against illness.  Speakers presented best practices for communication for improved vaccine adherence for adolescent and adult patients.

  • This October’s HAM Monthly connects with Dr. Andrew McIvor and Dr. Zain Chagla. First, Dr. McIvor identifies the challenges and stigma patients with COPD face and explores practical ways to enhance the standard of care. Then, Dr. Zain Chagla explores COVID and the immunocompromised patient: adjunctive therapies to provide pre-exposure prophylaxis and early treatment options. A rich panel discussion and Q&A period following the presentations.

  • This November’s HAM Monthly two-part, three-hour virtual CME highlights the importance of going back to basics by reviewing principles of prevention of diabetic complications, including a practical vascular assessment of the diabetic foot, a 60-second risk screening tool, and the role of diabetes management and treatment in primary care. In part two, we explore how to identify patients with poorly controlled moderate-to-severe asthma who may benefit from new treatment modalities.