Date: Thursday, December 13, 2018
7:30pm – 9:30pm
Location: OMA Offices, 150 Bloor Street West, Suite 900, Toronto, ON
Speaker: Dr. Michael Cord, HBSc, M.D,CATPP (TPS), MCFP
To register, please contact Ada/Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org or (416)229-2399 Ext 125.
Approved for 2 hours of MDPAC Group CE Credits
Who is invited: All Physicians, Residents, and Medical Students
Registration: Free for all Physicians, Residents, and Medical Students, hosted by the OMA Section on Primary Care Mental Health
This talk is free of charge and hosted by the OMA Section on Primary Care Mental Health.
Dr. Michael Cord, M.D. is a family physician with a practice focused on psychotherapy and psychotherapy supervision. He supervises colleagues beginning therapy practice for the CPSO Change of Scope program, is a Mentor within the OCFP Collaborative Mental Health Network (CMHN) and a psychotherapy Supervisor for the Mount Sinai Psychotherapy Institute.
During this session, you will:
1. Understand how the “intense clinical moment” evolves.
2. Understand the risks involved.
3. Understand the most common clinical responses to difficult physician-patient encounters.
4. Learn to manage such difficulties in order to manage risk and provide benefit for the patient.
5. Learn to recognize one’s own emotional reactions to the patient in a difficult interaction.
6. Learn to “metabolize” the intensity of difficult clinical encounters.
7. Learn to use one’s emotional reactions to a difficult encounter to respond professionally.