Dialogue Volume 14 Issue 2 2018 - Page 46

FOR YOUR INFORMATION Put your leadership skills to work for the benefit of medical regulation Do you know a physician who shows initiative, shares knowledge and inspires colleagues? Then tell us about him or her. Or if you fit the bill, nominate yourself to attend the full-day event in Toronto. 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 November 30, 2018 the College will host its 7th annual Future Leaders’ Day event in Toronto. 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 advi- sors, policy analysts, and senior management. If you or a colleague are interested, send us your nominations! Contact Nawaz Pirani at 416-967-2600 ext. 765 or email him at npirani@cpso.on.ca. The deadline for nominations is October 5 th , 2018, and space is limited to 35 participants. • Ophthalmology • Urology • Sleep Medicine • Nuclear Medicine • Orthopedic Surgery • General Surgery • Radiology • Neurology • Geriatric Care • Pediatrics 46 DIALOGUE ISSUE 2, 2018 • Pathology • GP-Anesthesiology • Obstetrics and Gynecology • Cosmetic Surgery • Complementary Medicine • Internal Medicine and sub-specialities (i.e., Respirol- ogy, Gastroenterology, Rheumatology, Endocrinology, Allergy/Clinical Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Nephrology, and Cardiology) We are particularly in need of expertise from the following speciality areas: