Ateliers de l’ACMSE
Présentement, les ateliers disponibles sont offert en anglais exclusivement
ATELIERS DE L’ACMSE
1) Running Injuries Workshop as part of the Vancouver Sun Run-samedi, 21 avril 2018, Vancouver, C-B
2) CASEM Lower Limb MSK Ultrasound Guided Injections Course – samedi et dimanche, 12-13 mai 2018 – Calgary, AB
ATELIERS PRÉCONFÉRENCE EN CONJONCTION AVEC LA CONFÉRENCE ANNUELLE DE L’ACMSE
1) CASEM Team Physician Course, 4-5 juin 2018, Halifax, N-É
2) CASEM’s Athletes with a Disability Course, 6 juin 2018, Halifax, N-É
3) Anti-doping workshop, 6 juin 2018, Halifax, N-É
Running Injuries Workshop as part of the Vancouver Sun Run
Lead by Dr. Jack Taunton, running guru and co-founder of the Vancouver Sun Run, the CASEM Running Injuries course will be held on Saturday, the 21st April preceding the 10km Vancouver Sun Run– this one day clinical workshop will cover all aspects of running injuries including sessions on:
- Running Injuries Diagnosis and Management
- Etiological and Biomechanical Factors Involved in Running Injuries
- Lateral Knee Pain
- Insertional Achilles Pain
- Coach’s Perspective on Management of Injury in Elite Female Runners
- Knee Osteoarthritis
- Injury Prevention
The day will bring together a multi-disciplinary faculty of experts in their field 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.
CASEM Lower Limb MSK Ultrasound Guided Injections Course – Saturday and Sunday, May 12-13, 2018 – Calgary, AB
**Please note that this course is intended for those who have already completed the CASEM MSK Basic Ultrasound Course (Upper or Lower Limb)**
CASEM continues it’s continued professional development around MSK Ultrasound with the launch of a diagnostic and interventional MSK ultrasound course with a focus on ultrasound guided injections of the lower limbs. The course will be held in Calgary on Saturday and Sunday, May 12-13, 2018 and will be hosted by the University of Calgary Advanced Technical Skills Simulation Laboratory (ATSSL) organized locally by Dr. Victor Lun. The course includes lectures, live demonstrations and cadaver lab workshop sessions. An international Faculty, led by Dr. Jon Halperin, will work with a small participant group to ensure maximum learning.
This course is limited to 32 participants.
(priority is given to CASEM members who have taken the CASEM MSK Ultrasound Basics Course)
CASEM Team Physician Course, 4-5 June 2018, Halifax, NS in conjunction with the CASEM Annual Symposium
This two-day course, chaired by Dr. Taryn Taylor, will address and prepare physicians to provide medical care to athletes. The target audience is a physician of any specialty, with or without their CASEM diploma, who wishes to develop and enhance their knowledge of and skill in the care of the athlete and the role of the team physician. This course may also be of interest to allied health professionals who are involved with the care of the athlete of sports teams
2) CASEM’s Athletes with a Disability Course, 6 June 2018, Halifax, NS in conjunction with the CASEM Annual Symposium
Chaired by Dr. Lindsay Bradley. This one-day workshop is designed specifically to address sport medicine clinical issues in athletes with a disability. This course is intended for physicians specializing in sports medicine as well as physiotherapists, athletic therapists, nurses and other health care professionals with an interest in caring for athletes with a disability.
4) Anti-doping workshop, 6 June 2018, Halifax, NS in conjunction with the CASEM Annual Symposium
Chaired by Dr. Andrew Marshall. It is said that “Doping is a hindrance to sports ethics and a threat to the health of athletes” – CASEM will provide a comprehensive 2 and a half-hour session on all you need to know about doping in your role as a sport medicine physician. Experts will be on hand from CCES and experienced team physicians will provide their insight and own experiences.