SickKids Advanced Paediatric Cardiology Program

This is a guest post by Kelly Warmington, a Program Manager in Knowledge Translation at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto, Ontario.

About this Program
The SickKids Advanced Paediatric Cardiology Program is designed to attract health care professionals from any discipline who have an interest in a research-based curriculum that will enrich the way they practice within this unique specialty. 
 
This two semester program was developed and is delivered by subject matter experts from a variety of disciplines including paediatric cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons, intensivists, anesthesiologists, nurse practitioners, and researchers.   The program is accredited by the Centre for Professional Development, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto. 
 
In addition to interactive lectures and discussions, the most unique learning modality offered is the expert-guided heart specimen laboratory series.  During these sessions, on-site learners experience a once in a lifetime opportunity to handle heart specimens and closely visualize congenital heart defects
 
The variety and uniqueness of these learning and evaluation modalities, combined with the diversity of subject matter experts and learners, the delivery of cutting edge research and clinical innovation based curriculum is sure to satisfy any learner. Read More.
 
Course Dates & Location:
The program is offered on-site at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto, Canada as well as via webcast for long distance learners.  Classes are held every Wednesday from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm for 17 weeks per semester.
 
Semester 1: September 2, 2015 to December 16th, 2015
Semester 2: January 6, 2016 to April 27, 2016
 
Registration Fees:
On-site Program: $1200 per semester
Webcast Program: $900 per semester
 
Register Now!
 
Have questions? Contact one of our program facilitators:
cecilia.hyslop@sickkids.ca, ph (416)-813-6499
carrie.morgan@sickkids.ca, ph  (416)-813-7654, Ext. 202295

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