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Better Healthcare Tomorrow

The Department of Biomedical Engineering is at the forefront of one of the most rewarding areas of engineering, applying the principles and methods of engineering to medicine, engaging in research and teaching. Our research and teaching are second to none; the advances we make today will be seen in medicine tomorrow. 

So if you want to improve healthcare, become a part of our team.

 

 

 

 

Department and Faculty Events

BME

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FOMD

  1. Geriatric Grand Rounds

    "Potentially Inappropriate Medications (PIMs) in the Elderly" Dr. Eimad Elghol, MBBCh, CCFP, Diploma of Dermatology Resident, Diploma Program in Care of the Elderly, Division of Care of the Elderly, Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta Objectives: - Understand impact of use of PIMs on elderly and the health system. - Understand age related body physiological changes and its effect on pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. - Screening Tools for PIM (BEERS CRITERIA). - Prevalence of PIM in our community.

  2. RAH - Medical Grand Rounds

    "Evidence Based Diagnosis of Venous Thromboembolism" Sarah Takach Lapner MD, MSc, FRCPC, Dive Haematology - RAH LOCATION: RAH - Robbins Learning Centre Theatre

  3. Baycrest Geriatric Medicine Rounds

    Joint Baycrest Geriatric Medicine Rounds and Visiting Professor Lecture Series "New Treatment Approaches to Depression and Dementia: Perspectives from the Netherlands" Martin Smalbrugge, MD, PhD Department of General Practice & Elderly Care Medicine EMGO Institute for Health and Care Research Amsterdam Please give your Telehealth Coordinator TSM number 36863123 1. To sign up for video conference connection, visit AHS VCScheduler, http://vcscheduler.ca/ahs. (search for “Baycrest Geriatric Medicine Rounds”; select the event date to sign up). Do not use the TSM number provided in the message. 2. Access via an audio line 1-866-236-8306 (participation code 4933408) while accessing the live webcast on http://webcast.otn.ca under “Public” access. Make sure to mute your audio (*6) during the presentation and un-mute it (*6) for when it is opened for Q/A.

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