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VERSION FRANÇAISE COS 2018 Advocacy in Action (second quarter update) In this issue: See The Possibilities campaign reaches 17 million media impressions after Vision Health Month (May) and Cataract Awareness Month (June) Third patient video testimonial featuring AMD patient Mr. John Fernhout from Edmonton, Alberta is released. COS Council on Advocacy members attend first-ever accredited […]

VERSION FRANÇAISE Advocacy in Action (2018 1st quarter update) In this issue: See The Possibilities Q1 media outreach earns 1.7 million media impressions for AMD Awareness Month (February) and World Glaucoma Week 2018 (March 11-17) COS Advocacy and Public Awareness Fund garners strong support from COS members – more than 80 per cent of fundraising […]

        Interactive learning in continuing professional development: “at least 25 per cent of time”Gabrielle M. Kane MB, MEd, FRCPC At the annual scientific meeting of your national specialty society, a famous textbook-writing expert in your field gives the keynote address and presents the latest research. The talk is brilliant; clearly explaining a controversial topic and […]

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada’s Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program is an evidence-informed educational initiative designed to support, enhance and promote the continuing professional development (CPD) activities of physicians and surgeons. Take advantage of these resources to earn all the credits you need to meet the annual requirements of the MOC […]

Direct contact information for the COS leadership team and other staff can be found below. Please note: COS does not provide medical advice, and does not and cannot respond to requests for direct feedback, specific patient information or physician referrals. Canadian Ophthalmological Society 110-2733 Lancaster Road Ottawa ON  K1B 0A9 CANADA Map Phone: 613.729.6779 Fax: […]