Ted Giles Clinical Vignettes

Join us for the two-part Ted Giles Clinical Vignettes as trainees present unusual clinical cases.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe unusual presentations of common diseases and common presentations of rare diseases.
  • Become familiar with the characteristics of engaging and educational case presentations.

 

Part 1: Thursday, November 5, 2020
12:00pm Eastern Time

Part 2: Friday, November 6, 2020
12:00pm Eastern Time

 

MOC Accreditation Statement: The CSIM Ted Giles Clinical Vignettes (parts 1 and 2) is an educational activity approved as an Accredited Group Learning Activity under Section 1 of the Framework of Continuing Professional Development options as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. As an accredited provider, CSIM has approved this program for 2 credit hours.

 

Presentations

Part 1 Presentations:

  • Acute pancreatitis in a young woman with chronic salivary gland swelling – Dr. Waleed Ahmed, University of Toronto
  • Recurrent facial pain and associated syncope – Dr. Joanne Joseph, University of Ottawa
  • Blinding lights: acute persistent vision loss in pregnancy – Dr. Marie Leung, McMaster University
  • An Unusually Hot and Bothered Patient – Dr. Zahra Merali, University of Western Ontario
  • A curious case of hypercalcemia – Dr. Shahmir Sohail, University of Toronto

 

Part 2 Presentations:

  • When it Bleeds, it Cascades – Dr. Yassmin Behzadian, University of Western Ontario
  • More than meets the eye – Dr. Samik Doshi, University of Toronto
  • V for vasculitis: a masked fighter attempts to ignite a revolution – Dr. Kiefer Lypka, University of Ottawa
  • Finding a unicorn while chasing zebras – Dr. Michael Sattin, Western University
  • Unexplained Eosinophilia: A Potentially Deadly Finding – Dr. Grace Zhang, Queen’s University