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Recognizing and treating pelvic pain in women
July 26, 2023 | 8:00 am to 9:00 am
Women’s pain issues, including menstrual and pregnancy related pain, can often go dismissed due to a lack of training in pelvic pain. This can lead to the undertreatment of pain symptoms in women. How can family physicians better recognize and offer treatments to ensure these issues are being addressed? Join our upcoming session as our panelists offer personal experience with managing female patients with pelvic pain including investigations and treatment options.
The Practising Well Community of Practice has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 1 Mainpro+Ⓡcredits. This Community of Practice includes a series of planned webinars. Each session is worth 1 Mainpro+Ⓡcredits, for up to a total of 12 credits.
- Marina Abdel Malak, Lecturer, University of Toronto; Assistant Clinical Professor, McMaster University; Assistant Director of Programs, The Foundation for Medical Practice Education; Physician Lead, Primary Care Continuing Medical Education, Trillium Health Partners; Family Physician, Mississauga
- Mathew Leonardi, Gynecologic Surgeon Sonologist, Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Division of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery, McMaster University Medical Centre, Hamilton, ON
- Rachel Shour, Focused Practice in Mental Health and Medical Psychotherapy; Department of Family and Community Medicine cross appointment in Psychiatry, North York General Hospital; DFCM, Division of Mental Health and Addictions; Lecturer, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
- Nikki Bozinoff, Division Head, Mental Health and Addictions, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto; Physician, Concurrent Outpatient Medical and Psychosocial Addiction Support Service, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
- Stephanie Zhou, Addictions Medicine Physician and EDI & Social Accountability Lead, Sunnybrook Hospital; FHO Lead, Don Mills FHT; Assistant Professor, University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine; Board Director, Toronto Public Health, Toronto, ON
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This session is part of the Practising Well Self Learning Program. Visit the Self Learning Program page to learn more and to participate.
Need more information?
- Join Peer Connect for more individualized educational support
- Join your colleagues and a Peer Guide in a small group discussion on women and pain. Space is limited!