CAG Receives a Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) Accredited CPD Provider Innovation Award for Its Educational Portal (ePortal)
The review committee was impressed with CAG’s submission which offers various opportunities for its members to learn and gain Maintenance of Certification credits. On behalf of the CAG and the ePortal Committee, Dr. Kevin Waschke received the award at the Royal College’s CPD Accreditation meeting in September. Not all physicians are able to attend educational events and/or unable to garner their required credits by attending meetings. The ePortal provides an important tool to meet these needs by offering a comprehensive web‐based platform which provides an opportunity for physicians to access an extensive library of presentations and learning materials.
CAG Receives a Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) Accredited CPD Provider Innovation Award for Its Practice Audit Program “Quality Program in Endoscopy (QP-E: colonoscopy)”
The review committee was impressed with CAG’s submission and the innovative educational tool developed which not only enhances life-long learning strategies of gastroenterologists but also contributes to the improvement of patient outcomes by addressing the issue of patient wait times. On behalf of the CAG and the QP-E Committee, Dr. David Armstrong received the award at the Royal College’s CPD Accreditation meeting in September. The award is a tribute to the work of many from the Practice Audit and Quality Groups over the last 10 years. Data from this initiative was published in the January issue of the Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology.
Pictured on the right (l to r), is Dr. David Armstrong, accepting the award on behalf of the CAG and the QP-E Committee, from Dr. Craig Campbell, Director, Professional Affairs, during the Royal College's CPD Accreditation meeting this past September.