MDcme.ca delivers evidence based, trusted, and accredited online CME in a number of therapeutic areas.More
The modules are delivered in a self-directed environment where case management approaches are provided for case scenarios.More
Online learning through MDcme.ca is flexible making it uniquely situated to fit into any physician or healthcare professionals' busy schedule.More
It is our hope that those of you who complete this course will find it to be beneficial in improving your knowledge and know-how about engaging in culturally safe practice with Indigenous patients, their families, and their communities.
Intravenous immune globulin (IVIG) is a blood product manufactured from large pools of human plasma. While IVIG is generally prescribed by a specialist, patients are often maintained and followed-up by a family physician.
This module will focus on the processes for ordering IVIG and monitoring for adverse events.
An adverse transfusion reaction (ATR) is an undesirable and unintended physiological response during or after the administration of blood components or plasma derived blood products. This module will focus on identifying ATRs and the actions required when an ATR is occurring.
Prescribing medications is an important part of a physician’s medical practice. It encompasses more than physically writing a prescription. This course will assist health professionals in implementing best practices to minimize the factors that contribute to prescribing errors.