The Canadian Flu Guide Educational Program

Under the leadership of the Program Chairs, Dr. Karl Weiss and Dr. Alan Kaplan, The Canadian Flu Guide Educational Program provides medical professionals with highly interactive, case-based online Learning Modules, with content developed by an expert, multidisciplinary Scientific Advisory Committee of specialists and family physicians.

Educational offerings available through The Canadian Flu Guide Educational Program provide family physicians with current, easy-to-use information about the influenza virus. Delivered through a variety of educational tools, all content may be reviewed online and also downloaded for use in educational settings.

Family physicians and primary healthcare providers are required to complete a brief, free registration in order to gain access to educational content of this Web site.

Within each learning module, registered users are required to complete a pre-test and participate in an interactive case study. As well, learners will be given the opportunity to review slide presentations, and interact with an algorithm, as well as follow educational medical animations. In order to be eligible for continuing education credits, learners will be required to participate in a discussion forum and complete a post-test and program evaluation.

Overall Learning Objectives

As a result of participating and interacting with this program, family physicians and primary health care providers will have better knowledge, understanding and expertise related to:

  1. Infuenza Virus Evolution
  2. Vaccines
  3. Infection Control
  4. Diagnosis
  5. Antivirals

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