The program takes place in the eastern standard time (EST) zone and will begin at 11:45 am on Monday, January 11, 2021 and will conclude on Friday, January 15, 2021 at 6:00 pm.
The 2021 program agenda will be updated when finalized.
2021 Program Agenda
|1||Adolescent Medicine||Dr. Megan Cooney|
|2||Allergy||Dr. Alison Haynes|
|3||Cardiology||Dr. Andrew Warren|
|4||Child Abuse||Dr. Kathleen Nolan|
|5||Critical Care - Injuries||Dr. Ronish Gupta|
|6||Dermatology||To be confirmed|
|7||Developmental/Behavioural Paediatrics||Dr. Lyn Sonnenberg|
|8||Emergency Medicine - Poisonings + Burns/Near Drowning||Dr. Naveen Poonai|
|9||Endocrinology||Dr. Karen McAssey|
|10||Gastrointestinal Disorders and Hepatology||Dr. Nikhil Pai|
|11||General Paediatrics||Dr. Tara Baron|
|12||Genetics/Dysmorphology||Dr. Peter Kannu|
|13||Haematology and Oncology||Dr. Vicky Breakey|
|14||Immunology||Dr. Vy Kim|
|15||Infectious Diseases||Dr. Ari Bitnun|
|16||Infectious Diseases - Vaccines||Dr. Jeffrey Pernica|
|17||Mental Health||Dr. Daniel Gorman|
|18||Metabolics||Dr. Michael Geraghty|
|19||Neonatology||Dr. Connie Williams|
|20||Nephrology||Dr. Gabrielle Weiler|
|21||Neurology||Dr. Hugh McMillan|
|22||Ophthalmology||Dr. Michael O'Connor|
|23||Orthopedics||Dr. Debra Bartley|
|24||Otolaryngology||Dr. Sharon Cushing|
|25||Paediatric Surgery||Dr. Pramod Puligandla|
|26||Respirology||Dr. David Zielinski|
|27||Rheumatology||Dr. Johannes Roth|
|28||SAQ, MCQ||Dr. Jean-Francois Lemay|
|29||Urology||Dr. Karen Psooy|
Live Virtual Program
The Canadian Paediatric Review Program will be held virtually from January 11-15, 2021 using a mix of live and pre-recorded presentations.
Participants are encouraged to view pre-recorded presentations and submit any questions for live Q&A sessions in advance.
Login credentials and instructions will be sent to participants two weeks prior to the program taking place.
Materials and audio recordings will be accessible until June 30, 2021.
Information on accreditation for the 2021 program will be updated when confirmed.
Note: Online attendance is required to receive a certificate of attendance.
The Canadian Paediatric Review Program can be viewed on any PC, MAC or mobile device. We highly recommend that you perform an internet connection speed test before viewing the program. The following are the minimum required download speeds:
3.0 Mbps – recommended Internet speed for Standard Definition (480) streaming.
5.0 Mbps – recommended Internet speed for High Definition (1080) streaming.
Please confirm that the device you will be using to view the virtual program meets the minimum technical requirements. We will not be able to issue refunds due to technical issues experienced due to a poor internet connection or your equipment not meeting the technical requirements.
Testimonials from Previous Attendees
Great review of all of pediatrics. Very useful for the Royal College exam.
Very focussed to our needs. Excellent compilations. All speakers excellent.
Good resources. Questions really helped identify learning gaps. Very well organized.
Comprehensive in terms of breadth of topics covered. Great speakers. Interactive. Good use of audiovisual aids.
Useful presentations/slides. Good variety of experts in high-yield topics.
Efficient review of a large quantity of material. Opportunity to gauge level of preparedness for exam.
Phenomenal pediatric exam prep course, very useful in helping me differentiate my strengths and weaknesses and guide my studying for the Royal College Exam!
Really felt that most of the speakers wanted us to succeed and provided us with lots of opportunity to discuss questions and concerns afterwards.
Amazing program as someone coming back next year please keep it the way it is, amazing!!
Fantastic review, incredibly well organized, good time keeping, high quality presentations and great diversity of speakers from around the country!
I love the pre-printed syllabus, kept us interested all the time and easy to follow along with notes.
MCQ with touchpad technology created safe anonymous way to participate, helped with identify areas of knowledge/confusion and provided immediate feedback to the speakers and learners.