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  • McGill Annual Refresher Course
    from 08 00 to 09 35 Learning Objectives 1 Identify the signs and symptoms related to celiac disease 2 Understand the pathophysiology of celiac disease and the causes of malabsorption 3 Develop an approach to the diagnosis and management of celiac disease Presenter Gad Friedman Canada Division of Gastroenterology Lectures by Gad Friedman Date Time Session Name Room 2013 12 03 08 00 09 35 Plenary 3 PL 3 3

    Original URL path: http://www.course-mcgill.ca/program/mobis/lecture/50 (2016-05-01)
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  • McGill Annual Refresher Course
    After finishing medical school at McGill University I completed m y Internal Medicine residency at the Jewish General Hospital followed by a Gastroenterology fellowship at McGill I subsequently did a year fellowship in interventional endoscopy with a focus on ERCP at the Montreal General Hospital Although my primary interest is endoscopy with a focus on pancreaticobiliary disease I enjoy a varied practice with large segment devoted to patients with inflammatory

    Original URL path: http://www.course-mcgill.ca/program/mobis/bio/55 (2016-05-01)
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  • McGill Annual Refresher Course
    35 to 10 35 Presenter Maria Rif Canada Emergency Physician Lectures by Maria Rif Date Time Session Name Room 2013 12 03 09 35 10 35 Workshops D D 01 Note Change ER Evaluation of Musculoskeletal Injuries in the ER

    Original URL path: http://www.course-mcgill.ca/program/mobis/lecture/51 (2016-05-01)
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  • McGill Annual Refresher Course
    2013 from 09 35 to 10 35 Presenter David Lussier Canada Director Geriatric Pain Clinic Lectures by David Lussier Date Time Session Name Room 2013 12 03 09 35 10 35 Workshops D D 02 GER Pain Management in the

    Original URL path: http://www.course-mcgill.ca/program/mobis/lecture/52 (2016-05-01)
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  • McGill Annual Refresher Course
    Learning Objectives Discuss several problems in infants children likely to be seen in a family medicine setting Presenter Stephen Treherne Canada Associate Professor of Pediatrics Lectures by Stephen Treherne Date Time Session Name Room 2013 12 03 09 35 10

    Original URL path: http://www.course-mcgill.ca/program/mobis/lecture/53 (2016-05-01)
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  • McGill Annual Refresher Course
    Toggle navigation McGill Annual Refresher Course Programme Submit Stephen Treherne Canada Associate Professor of Pediatrics Date Time Session Name Room

    Original URL path: http://www.course-mcgill.ca/program/mobis/bio/552 (2016-05-01)
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  • McGill Annual Refresher Course
    35 Learning Objectives 1 to become familiar with anatomic landmarks for joint and soft tissue aspiration and injection 2 to become comfortable with injection preparation and technique 3 to be aware of potential contraindications and complications of injections Presenter Michael Stein Canada Assistant Professor Department of Rheumatology Faculty of Medicine Lectures by Michael Stein Date Time Session Name Room 2013 12 03 09 35 10 35 Workshops D D 04

    Original URL path: http://www.course-mcgill.ca/program/mobis/lecture/54 (2016-05-01)
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  • McGill Annual Refresher Course
    St Mary s Hospital and the Royal Victoria Hospital His is involved in many teaching activities at McGill including attending on consult service lecturing both medical students and residents and organizing the introduction to MSK exam lecture series for first year University of Toronto study notes Dr Stein completed the Physician Scholar program at McGill in 2004 and continues his interest in medical education by developing web based modules for

    Original URL path: http://www.course-mcgill.ca/program/mobis/bio/34 (2016-05-01)
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