How will AI affect the work of Canada’s family doctors?
MARK YOUR CALENDAR TO JOIN US for this
Six-part Monthly Webinar Series
December 2020 to May 2021
co-hosted by the Upstream Lab and the CFPC
Hosted by Dr. Andrew Pinto, the webinars include an amazing line-up of family medicine leaders who will enhance your understanding of AI, how it’s being used in family practice, and the potential of AI and other technologies to change how we learn, work and care for our patients.
This one-credit-per hour Group Learning activity has been certified by the CFPC for up to one Mainpro+® credit for each webinar session.
Each webinar takes place at 12:00-1:00 pm Eastern Time
December 9, 2020:
Introduction to AI and applications in primary care
Dr. Andrew Pinto, Clinician-Scientist, Upstream Lab, MAP/Centre for Urban Health Solutions, Unity Health Toronto and Ms. Jaky Kueper, Predictive Health Informatics, Western University
- Define AI and related terms
- Understand how AI is currently applied and being developed for primary care
- Improve confidence in critically appraising AI tools
- Understand how to be involved in shaping AI integration in primary care
January 27, 2021:
Machine Learning to solve primary care challenges
Dr. Anders Lenskjold, Clinician-Scientist, Department of Family Medicine, Dalhousie University
February 24, 2021:
Machine Learning: Using primary care EMR data for prediction
Dr. Tyler Williamson, Associate Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences at University of Calgary; Dr. Stephanie Garies, Assistant Director, Southern Alberta Primary Care Research Network, University of Calgary; and Dr. Matt Taylor, Data Manager, Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network, University of Alberta
March 31, 2021:
Natural Language Processing and its role in primary care
Dr. Noah Crampton MD, Clinician-Scientist, Toronto Western Hospital
April 28, 2021:
Machine Learning for human resource management and to predict health service use
Dr. Muhammad Mamdani, Director, Centre for AI Research and Education in Medicine, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
June 23, 2021
Social and Ethical Implications of AI in primary care
Dr. Melissa McCradden, Bioethicist with the Department of Bioethics at the Hospital of Sick Children, Dr. Carolyn Steele-Gray, Scientist at Bridgepoint Collaboratory Research and Innovation at the Lunefeld-Tenenbaum Research Institute, and Dr. Azza Eissa, Clinician Scholar at University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine.
Webinars are in English only and are free of charge.