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Professionnels de la santé – e-Learning


 

Vaccins411 a assemblé un certain nombre d'activités de formation et d'éducation médicale continues en ligne destinés aux professionnels de la santé en ce qui concerne la vaccination. Choisissez la catégorie ci-dessous pour visionner les émissions, les modules de formation et les webinaires disponibles.

Titres sont répertoriés par catégorie :

Grippe

mdBriefCase: Formation médicale continue en ligne pour les médecins
(en anglais seulement)
Influenza Vaccine 2020-2021 Update – A New Vaccine Option for Patients


Each year influenza is responsible for an average 12,200 hospitalizations and 3500 deaths in Canada. Influenza immunization is the most effective method of preventing influenza and its complications. With the circulation of COVID-19, there is increasing concern of two potential highly infectious diseases circulating in Canada simultaneously. The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) has updated their recommendations for the 2020-2021 season. This program will review the new recommendations, introduce the new cell-based influenza vaccine, and discuss the importance and strategies to protect the priority group of older adults.

Pour vous inscrire, allez au site Internet de mdBriefCase.

EnsembleIQ
Nouveau vaccin cellulaire contre la grippe
Les conséquences pour vos patients
Présenté par Mélissa Sayed, Pharm. D.


Objectifs d'apprentissage :

  • Décrire les caractéristiques du virus de la grippe ainsi que l’effet du glissement antigénique
  • Comparer la méthode de production et l’efficacité du nouveau vaccin cellulaire avec celles des vaccins cultivés dans des œufs
  • Mise en œuvre de méthodes d’optimisation des services de vaccination

Pour participer à ce programme de formation continue et obtenir 1 UFC, vous devez être un utilisateur enregistré de RéseauSantéCanadien.ca et de son site d'apprentissage compagnon, eCortex.ca. L'enregistrement est gratuit et facile. Visitez www.canadianhealthcarenetwork.ca pour vous inscrire.

Pour vous inscrire, allez au site Internet de eCortex.ca.

iMD
(en anglais seulement)
Flu Refresher Course


This training module is intended as a refresher on how to administer the flu vaccine. The module can be completed within 30 minutes.

The iMD Patient Engagement Platform is a web-based patient education platform that is available on any device with internet. iMD Health enables healthcare providers to bring their patient sessions to life through the seamless integration of professionally-vetted diagrams, educational resources, brochures and videos covering over 1,800 medical conditions, procedures and treatment options.

To get your account, visit app.imdhealth.com/signup.

mdBriefCase: Formation médicale continue en ligne pour les médecins
(en anglais seulement)
Which flu shot do I give
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 1.0 Mainpro+ Credit.​


Influenza ranks among the top 10 leading causes of death in Canada. Protecting all Canadians over the age of 6 months is recommended by the National Advisory Committee on immunization (NACI) statement on seasonal influenza vaccine. This influenza program will discuss the importance of protecting every member of a young family against influenza with an influenza vaccine, and strategies to increase vaccine uptake.

Pour vous inscrire, allez au site Internet de mdBriefCase.

Nourrissons et enfants

mdBriefCase: Online CME
(en anglais seulement)
Making Routine Childhood Immunization a Priority During COVID-19


Maintaining routine immunization for infants and children is essential, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. By implementing practical strategies to continue providing routine immunization, clinicians can help protect their patients from vaccine-preventable diseases, while protecting themselves and the public.

Visit mdBriefCase to register.

Adolescents et adultes

mdBriefCase: Online CME
(en anglais seulement)
Integrating MenB Immunization into Practice


Meningococcal serogroup B is the leading cause of invasive meningococcal disease (IMD) in Canada. Although this condition is relatively rare, IMD is associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Meningococcal serogroup B immunization can protect patients from this serious infection. In this program, Dr. Kirk Leifso provides expert IMD insight and discusses the role of immunization against this endemic infection.

Visit mdBriefCase to register.

mdBriefCase: Online CME
(en anglais seulement)
Meningococcal Type B – Protecting Against the Most Common Cause of invasive meningococcal disease (IMD) in Canada


Meningitidis serogroup B strain is the most prevalent form of invasive meningococcal disease in Canada. Although this infection is relatively rare, no other bacterial agent may kill as swiftly after bloodstream invasion as the meningococcus. With the availability of vaccines to protect against the different serogroups, it is important for clinicians to educate patients on the potential risks of meningococcal infection and the benefits of immunization. This program will review the clinical consequences of meningococcal type B infection, the different vaccine options and how it can be integrated into practice.

Visit mdBriefCase to register.

Santé voyage

Pri-Med Canada
(en anglais seulement)
Integrating Travel Health into Primary Care: The Role of Primary Care Physicians in Travel Medicine


This session, led by Dr. Vivien Brown, MDCM, CCFP, FCFP, NCMP, was live streamed from the 2018 Pri-Med Canada Pre-Conference.

Learning Objectives:

  • Counsel travellers on travel health topics to reduce their risk of illness, injury or disease.
  • Review recommendations on travellers’ diarrhea, typhoid fever, and hepatitis A & B vaccines.
  • Explore common immunization administration issues seen in primary care including issues of billing.
  • Determine when to refer to a travel-health professional.

This program was supported in part by an educational grant from Valneva.

Visitez le Pri-Med Canada pour écouter le webinaire.

eCortex
by Ajit Johal, B.Sc. (Pharm), BCPP, CTH, CDE
(en anglais seulement)
Travel Health Services by Primary Care Pharmacists in Community Practice
Approved for 1 CEU (continuing education unit)


Learning Objectives:

  • Describe traveller cases that can be managed by primary care pharmacists.
  • Educate the traveller regarding anticipated health risks and methods for prevention, based on risk assessment.
  • Recommend the appropriate immunizations, and over‐the‐counter products for travelling patients who can be managed by primary care pharmacists.
  • Identify high‐risk patients or destinations that require a referral to a travel medicine specialist or travel clinic.

Pour vous inscrire, allez au site Internet de eCortex.ca.

mdBriefCase: Formation médicale continue en ligne pour les médecins
Médicine de voyage : Feuille de route des soins primaires
Ce programme d’auto-apprentissage a été certifé par le Collège des médecins de famille du Canada et donne droit à un maximum de 1 crédit Mainpro+.


La santé et le bien-être d’un voyageur à l’étranger dépendent souvent du degré de compétence du médecin de soins primaires consulté en vue du voyage. Comité de planification comprend :

  • Dominique Tessier, MD, CCFP, FCFP, FISTM.
  • Brian Aw, MD, CCFP, CTH®.
  • Darin Cherniwchan, MD.
  • Tim Kelton, BSc, MD CCFP (E.M.) FCFP CTropMed, CTH.

Objectifs d’apprentissage :

  • formuler des recommandations avant un voyage en fonction de l’itinéraire, de la durée et du style du voyage;
  • mettre en œuvre des stratégies de prévention afin de réduire le risque de maladies liées aux voyages;
  • déceler les problèmes cliniques nécessitant l’orientation vers un spécialiste ou une clinique desanté-voyage.

Pour vous inscrire, allez au site Internet de mdBriefCase.

Général

mdBriefCase: Online CME
(en anglais seulement)
Recommend, Ask, Educate and Immunize – Four easy steps to building vaccine confidence


Over the past 50 years, immunization has been one of Public Health’s most important accomplishments. It has led to the elimination, containment and control of diseases that were once very common in Canada. Children in the past were commonly hospitalized or died from diseases such as diphtheria, pertussis, and polio. Although these infections are seen in different regions of the world, they rarely occur in Canada. If immunization was to decrease or stop, many infections would become more prevalent in Canada. Recent outbreaks of measles are loud reminders of such risk.

Visit mdBriefCase to register.

mdBriefCase: Online CME
(en anglais seulement)
Varicella Zoster: Protection at all ages – Mainpro+


This program supports Canadian healthcare practitioners in building their up-to-date knowledge of the Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV) and the use of vaccines available to prevent Varicella and Herpes Zoster infections. The available vaccines for Varicella and Herpes Zoster in Canada are evolving, and the landscape for immunization has changed in many ways, with improved vaccine efficacy, but also changes for vaccine options and patient selection, safety considerations, vaccine storage and administration, and vaccine schedules. The safety, efficacy, and immunization schedules for these vaccines will be illustrated through case-based learning, to increase comfort and confidence in knowledgeably using and recommending vaccinations.

Visit mdBriefCase to register.

mdBriefCase: Online CME
(en anglais seulement)
Vaccine Hesitancy in Today’s Healthcare Setting – Having the Conversation


Vaccine hesitancy challenges the overwhelming scientific evidence that supports the effectiveness of vaccines to prevent infectious disease. These expert brief videos, developed in collaboration with the Canadian Public Health Association, feature Dr. Noni Macdonald and Dr. Christine Palmay as they address issues and ways healthcare professionals can manage patient hesitancy over vaccines.

Visit mdBriefCase to register.

L’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé
Les bases de la sécurité des vaccins


Le présent cours vise à établir une conception commune de la sécurité des vaccins entre les professionnels dont l’activité est liée à cette question. Les modules présentent les différentes questions de sécurité des vaccins et vous donnent les informations techniques nécessaires pour consulter les études de cas et procéder aux évaluations. Comptez environ 1h30 pour effectuer chaque module. Si vous réussissez l’évaluation générale, vous pourrez télécharger un document confirmant que vous avez passé l'examen avec succès.

Visitez l’OMS pour vous inscrire.

National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases
(en anglais seulement)
Newcomers and Vaccine Decision-Making Practices: Lessons from the Prairies
Date de première diffusion: le jeudi 26 janvier 2017


This webinar will focus on immunization information-gathering and decision-making practices in vulnerable refugee and immigrant populations in the city of Edmonton, Alberta. Ms. Stephanie Kowal will present key findings and recommendations from her study on the prairies focusing particularly on the potential impact that using cultural brokers can have on the success of creating access to immunization services and promoting immunization uptake.

Visitez NCCID.adobeconnect.com pour écouter le webinaire.

COVID-19

mdBriefCase: Online CME
(en anglais seulement)
Straight talk on COVID-19


Straight talk on COVID-19 is a new series by MDBriefCase featuring internationally recognized clinician.

Join us as they discuss and share answers to questions and concerns that you or your patients may have about COVID-19.

Visit mdBriefCase to register.

mdBriefCase: Online CME
(en anglais seulement)
Strategies to Maintain Routine Adult Immunization During COVID-19


Maintaining routine immunization for adults is essential, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. By implementing practical strategies to continue providing routine immunization, clinicians can help protect their patients from vaccine-preventable diseases, while protecting themselves and the public.

Visit mdBriefCase to register.