Formations de l’ACMSE

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Ateliers pré-conférence à Mont-Tremblant
1Mise à jour sur l’antidopage (en français seulement) – Mercredi 7 juin 2017
2Emergency Sidelines Course –  Mardi 6 juin 2017 
3Exercise Prescription in Primary Care Workshop  Mardi 6 juin 2017 
4Junior Hockey Course – Mercredi 7 juin 2017 
5Summer Endurance Sport Medicine Course – Mercredi 7 juin 2017 


Autre formations de l’ACMSE
1. Running Injuries Workshop- Saturday, April 22, 2017- Vancouver, BC

1) Mise à jour sur l’antidopage (en français seulement) – Mercredi, le 7 juin  2017 à Mont-Tremblant, QC

Il est dit que « le dopage est un obstacle à l’éthique sportive et une menace pour la santé des athlètes» – CASEM et l’AQMS fournira une session complète de 2 heures sur tout ce que vous devez savoir sur le dopage dans votre rôle en tant que médecin de médecine sportive. Des experts seront présents du CCES et des médecins d’équipe expérimentés fourniront leur point de vue et leurs propres expériences.

En français seulement

2) Emergency Sidelines Course – mardi, le 6  juin 2017 – Mont-Tremblant, QC

En anglais seulement

The Course will provide both hands-on workshop and didactic sessions

At the end of the day, the learner will be able to:

  • Identify and manage emergency sideline assessments
  • Recognize and practice effective and efficient Techniques for Emergency
  • Sideline Procedures
  • Coordinate integrated medical team members in the assessment and delivery of emergency sideline management

Programme préliminaire bientôt

 3) Exercise Prescription in Primary Care Workshop – Mardi, le 6 juin 2017 – Mont-Tremblant, QC

Hosted by Exercise is Medicine Canada. The Exercise Vital Sign (EVS) is the most important vital sign you need to monitor with the majority of patients seen in primary care today. Explore the evidence on the impact of physical activity and exercise on your patient’s physical and mental health. Learn how to efficiently integrate the EVS into your daily practice and to provide basic exercise counseling and prescription for your patients to prevent, manage and treat chronic disease.

En anglais seulement

4) Junior Hockey Course – Mercredi, le 7 juin 2017 – Mont-Tremblant, QC

Join us for a one day conference to discuss injuries in junior hockey (upper & lower extremity injuries & concussion) and the Canadian experience managing these talented young players! 

The goal of the course is to bring together junior hockey physicians from across the country providing medical care to young male athletes.

En anglais seulement

5) Summer Endurance Sport Medicine Course – Mercredi, le 7 juin 2017 – Mont-Tremblant, QC

The Endurance Sports Medicine Interest Group would like to invite all health professionals and allied health professionals to join us for the 5th annual Endurance Sports Medicine Conference.  This dynamic and interactive conference has been a « must attend » event for the last 5 years.  The ESM Conference provides attendees to learn from leaders in this area of Sport and Exercise Medicine from across the country.

Attendees will find that this diverse learning opportunity will allow them to advance their learning with practical knowledge that will not only help them better assess and treat endurance athletes, but also to enhance their own personal knowledge that will allow them train and race in endurance sports more efficiently and effectively themselves.

En anglais seulement

 Running Injuries Workshop – Saturday, 22nd of April 2017 in Vancouver, BC

CASEM is bringing back the popular Timely Topics Running Injuries one-day workshop – it will be held in Vancouver on Saturday 22nd April (preceding the Vancouver Sun Run)– this one day clinical workshop will cover all aspects of Running including sessions on:

  • Patello Femoral Pain
  • Changes of Foot Strike Pattern and Potential Injury Prevention
  • Biomechanics and Running Injury
  • New Management of Plantar Fasciitis
  • Gender Difference is Running Injuries and Prevention
  • Injury Prevention

This course, led by Dr. Jack Taunton, will bring together a multi-disciplinary faculty of experts to address those running related clinical issues seen by the sport medicine physician.

The course will be held at the BC Place Stadium and run from 8:00am to 4:30pm, includes breakfast, lunch and breaks – For more information and registration, click on the link below: