Informing Through Evidence, Transforming Through Engagement.
4th Annual CHEP+ Conference Registration Now Open!
April 9 - 14, 2022
Dr. Sheldon Tobe (Nephrologist, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto)
Dr. Rahul Jain (Family Physician and Hospitalist, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto)
Director of External Relations:
Dr. Richard Tytus (Family Doctor; Associate Clinical Professor, Family Medicine at McMaster University)
For Inquiries Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Full-Day Conference: Applications to the respective accreditation bodies have been submitted.
Concurrent workshops accreditation statement: This 3 credit-per-hour program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 3.00 Mainpro+ credits.
View the Full Program Below (10 pages)
Here at CHEP Plus, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in improving health care quality and patient safety and health.
CHEP+ (C-CHANGE Education Program)
CHEP+ is a non-profit organization founded in 2018 representing the continuing education and professional development arm disseminating the Canadian Cardiovascular Harmonized National Guidelines Endeavour (C-CHANGE).
Our mission is to improve health care quality and patient safety by supporting clinicians with enhanced professional development and health education.
CHEP+ brings together a multi-disciplinary group of healthcare professionals with the commitment to provide high quality, up-to-date continuing professional development programs with the aim of improving clinical practice and patient outcomes.
CHEP+ certified programs are designed to be engaging and relevant to health care professionals managing today’s complex patient.
"Family physicians witness the increasing complexity and multiple co-morbidities of patients in our clinics - CHEP Plus does a great job in bringing together CPD programs to help improve CVD health outcomes for our patients."