CBT Canada is dedicated to the dissemination of medical CBT, the adaptation of traditional CBT for primary care. CBT Canada's workshops have been hosted by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) at the annual Family Medicine Forum (over 50 times), by many CFPC chapters (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec) and medical schools (e.g., University of Alberta, University of Calgary, Dalhousie University, McGill University, McMaster University, Memorial University, Université de Montréal, Queen's University, University of Saskatchewan, University of Toronto, UBC, Western University). CBT Canada won the CFPC's national CME Program Award in 2013.

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Medical CBT: Ten-Minute Cognitive Behavior Therapy Techniques for Real Doctors (04.13.2021, via Zoom)

Start Date : April 13, 2021
End Date : April 13, 2021
Time : 6:00 pm to9:15 pm

Phone : 8774668228
Email : info@cbt.ca

Description

University of Saskatchewan SCRFM and CBT Canada are pleased to present a Ten-Minute CBT workshop on Tuesday, April 13, 2021. Hours are 6:00PM to 9:15PM (Central). The workshop will be held c/o Zoom. 


 


Ten-Minute CBT: No-BS Techniques for Real Doctors


April 13, 2021 | 6:00PM-9:15PM (Central) | 9.0 Mainpro+ 


 


YES, "good enough" CBT can be integrated into ten-minute primary care appointments. 


 


Medical CBT is specifically designed for the ultra-brief appointments typical of primary care. In this three-credits-per-hour workshop you'll learn many practical & efficient tools that may fundamentally change how you deal with the often-frustrating psychological side of medical practice. You’ll learn flexible medical CBT tools to enhance your existing approaches to common psychiatric disorders (e.g., addictions, anxiety, and depression), chronic medical conditions (e.g., asthma, diabetes, chronic pain), and disease risk factors (e.g., obesity, lack of exercise, poor stress management).


 


We begin our journey by exploring the key concept of empathy addiction and the clinical implications of patient immaturity. We then practice goalification (the conversion of complaints into goals), and sanity-saving non-compliance retorts. In the second part of the session, we examine how to pinpoint the pathogenic beliefs (cognogens) at the root of common emotional and behavioural problems.


 


We continue on to explore the missing piece in most practices: the core clinical skill of persuasion. All physicians will reply that they know persuasion is central in clinical medicine. However, few physicians can name and describe which specific tool(s) of persuasion they’re using at any given moment. The common consequences of not knowing what you are doing are patient stagnation and physician frustration. We discuss, demonstrate, and practise over a dozen flexible and effective tools. And because life is terrifyingly short, we make the learning fun.


 


After completing their medical CBT training, many physicians express significant regret that they’d not taken it earlier. Why? They report that medical CBT prevents burnout and brings joy back to the practice of medicine. 




LEARNING OBJECTIVES  1) Learn to structure ten-minute appointments to maximize impact; 2) Acquire a "deck" of tools of persuasion with broad clinical applications; 3) Learn the vital importance of not working harder than most patients.


 


HEAD INSTRUCTOR Greg Dubord, MD is the CME Director of CBT Canada, and the prime developer of medical CBT. He has presented over 500 workshops, including over 50 for the College of Family Physicians of Canada, and is a University of Toronto CME Teacher of the Year. Assistant faculty includes the inimitable addictionologist (and COVID-survivor) Leo Lanoie, MD, FCFP, DABAM. 


 


SPONSORS of Ten-Minute CBT have included the College of Family Physicians of Canada, Dalhousie, McGill, McMaster, Memorial, Queen's, UAlberta, UBC, UCalgary, UdeM, USask, UofT, and Western (UWO).


 


ACCREDITATION is three-credits-per-hour by the College of Family Physicians of Canada. The workshop is 3.0 hours in length, for 9.0 Mainpro+ credits*.


 


*American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) members are eligible to receive up to 9.0 Prescribed credit hours for attendance at CBT Canada’s 3.0 hour (/9.0 Mainpro+ credit) workshops due to a reciprocal agreement with the College of Family Physicians (AAFP, 2016).  


 

Registration Info

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http://cbt.ca/uni/saskatchewan-sc/

Or call 877-466-8228

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CBT Canada ,
PO Box 852, Station A, Toronto, ON M5W 1G3

CBT Canada is dedicated to the dissemination of medical CBT, the adaptation of traditional CBT for primary care. CBT Canada's workshops have been hosted by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) at the annual Family Medicine Forum (over 50 times), by many CFPC chapters (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec) and medical schools (e.g., University of Alberta, University of Calgary, Dalhousie University, McGill University, McMaster University, Memorial University, Université de Montréal, Queen's University, University of Saskatchewan, University of Toronto, UBC, Western University). CBT Canada won the CFPC's national CME Program Award in 2013.

Tel: 8774668228
Mobile: 8774668228
Email: info@cbt.ca
Website: http://www.cbt.ca


Event Categories: Family Practice.




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