Click “Sign in” in the top right corner, enter your CAEP credentials and you will be taken to the LIVE session – if you have issues please message Lilian
By the end of the session, the participant will be able to:
Understand the role of steroids in patients presenting with vestibular neuritis.
Know the appropriate investigations to consider for patients presenting to the ED with a TIA.
Identify which patients who present with an acute vestibular syndrome require neuroimaging and / or further management.
Rahim Valani MD MBA M Med Ed LLM(Health Law)
Dr. Rahim Valani has been practicing emergency medicine in some of Canada’s busiest emergency departments for over 18 years. He is Associate Professor at the University of Toronto and is also the Chair of the Best Evidence in Emergency Medicine program. He is also part of the International Federation of Emergency Medicine and recently spearheaded the international pediatric emergency medicine curriculum, which is now published.
He holds a Masters in Medical Education and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business. He is the co-editor of the Sickkids pediatric trauma handbook, and editor of the pediatric emergency handbook along with pain and procedural sedation in the emergency department.
Marcel Émond MD MSc CCMF(MU) FRCPC
Full professor – Université Laval Past-chair – CAEP Trauma and injury committee Co-Chair BEEM
David Bradbury-Squires MD MSc CCFP(EM)
David Bradbury-Squires is an Emergency and Family Medicine physician in the small town of Grand Falls-Windsor, NL and is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at Memorial University. He is the site director of the Central NL Family Medicine Residency Program and the Chair of the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada Research Committee.