2021 Lectureship on Critical Care Medicine

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CSCC Webinar Lectureship on Critical Care Medicine

Thursday June 10, 2021

08:30 PT / 09:30 MT / 10:30 CT / 11:30 ET / 12:30 AT / 13:00 NL

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The Lessons of Outbreaks and Pandemics

Infectious outbreaks and pandemics are an increasingly common global phenomenon. Outbreaks of even the past two decades share many catalysts and have generalizable lessons for clinicians and health care systems at large. While, seemingly unpredictable, pandemics are inevitable, and we must quickly learn how to minimize the risk of spread in populations and mitigate the impact on health through root cause appreciation, surveillance and detection, infection prevention and control; and, being research ready to establish effective preventative and therapeutic countermeasures.   RobertFowler 150x225
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
1) consider similarities and novel features of specific outbreaks and pandemics in recent history
2) gain an up-to-date awareness of the current clinical and therapeutic approach to COVID-19
Rob Fowler is critical care physician and Barrie Fairley Professor of Critical Care at the University Health Network & Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care Medicine, chief of the trauma-critical care program at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. and the Chair of the Canadian Critical Care Trials Group.  Rob’s clinical and academic focus includes access and outcomes of care for critically ill patients and infection-related critical illness. He has assisted or worked with national and international health care organizations during SARS, pandemic and avian influenza, Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, Ebola and COVID-19. Speaker:

Robert Fowler, MD, MDCM, M.Sc.
Professor of Medicine
Sunnybrook Hospital and the University of Toronto



There is no charge to attend this lecture but it is necessary to register