Dialogue Volume 14 Issue 1 2018 - Page 41

PARTICIPATION Put your leadership skills to work for the benefit of medical regulation D o you know a physician who shows initiative, shares knowledge and in- spires colleagues? Then tell us about him or her. Or if you fit the bill, nominate yourself to attend the upcoming Future Leaders’ Day. We think having committed doctors who have initiative and the ability to lead can strengthen medical regulation. And at the same time, it also can bring a new rewarding dimension to a physician’s career. On Friday, May 18, 2018 the College will host its 7th annual Future Leaders’ Day event in To- ronto. We’re looking for physicians who want to take a leadership role in medical regulation in the areas of peer assessment, clinical preceptorship and member outreach, just to name a few. Future Leaders’ Day is a full-day event that includes presentations by distinguished members of the medical profession, small-group workshops, policy debates and many opportunities to interact with dedicated College staff, including our medical advisors, policy analysts, and senior management. If you or a colleague are interested, send us your nominations! Contact Nawaz Pirani, Outreach/ Consultation Coordinator, at 416-967-2600 ext. 765 or email him at npirani@cpso.on.ca. The deadline for nominations is March 30th, 2018, and space is limited to 35 participants. We are particularly in need of expertise from the following speciality areas: • Ophthalmology • Urology • Sleep Medicine • Nuclear Medicine • Orthopedic Surgery • General Surgery • Radiology • Neurology • Geriatric Care • Pediatrics • Pathology • GP-Anesthesiology • Obstetrics and Gynecology • Cosmetic Surgery • Complementary Medicine • Internal Medicine and sub-specialties (i.e., Respirology, Gastroenterology, Rheumatology, Endocrinology, Allergy/Clinical Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Nephrology, and Cardiology) ISSUE 1, 2018 DIALOGUE 41