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CMPA: Practically Speaking

Canadian Medical Protective Association, CMPA

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CMPA Practically Speaking is a Canadian Medical Protective Association podcast where we share expert advice on a variety of topics affecting physicians and their practice. From assisting physicians in reducing medical-legal risk and enhancing safe medical care, to discussing physician wellness and how the CMPA supports its members in a changing healthcare environment, this podcast will cover what you need to know when you need it most. Earn Self-Learning Section 2 MOC credits and non-certifi ...
 
"Impossible" is a word we hear often in medicine―especially related to innovation. But if you hear it enough, you might just start to believe it. The truth is, innovation is everywhere. Bold ideas and creations are happening right now, eager to be discovered and implemented. While real progress doesn’t happen overnight, it’s not impossible. Impossible is just a state of mind. That's where we come in. We’re here to make you believe again―by interviewing thought leaders who are making strides ...
 
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Related CMPA Perspective article: Team debriefs: Participate and minimize your medical-legal risks https://www.cmpa-acpm.ca/en/advice-publications/browse-articles/2019/team-debriefs-participate-and-minimize-your-medical-legal-risks Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Framework for Improvement http://www.ihi.org/resources/Pages/HowtoImprove/d…
 
Occasionally, physicians may be asked to provide medical care outside of their area of expertise. During the COVID-19 pandemic, for example, more physicians have been asked to fill-in on the ICU and in long-term care facilities. What are your rights as a physician? How can you best handle the situation? How do you ensure your patients’ safety? This…
 
Concerns surrounding wait times in the delivery of health care are not new, however, the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in further concerns due to the postponement of elective procedures. In this episode, Dr. Steven Bellemare and Dr. Yolanda Madarnas discuss the impact of wait times on patients, physicians, and the healthcare system with Dr. Wendy …
 
Les situations et les décisions difficiles sont incontournables dans la vie des médecins. Pendant une crise (comme une pandémie), cette pression peut provoquer de la détresse morale. Dans un balado de l’Association canadienne de protection médicale, les médecins Yolanda Madarnas et Steven Bellemare abordent ce sujet avec la psychiatre Caroline Géri…
 
Physicians routinely face challenging situations and difficult decisions. In times of crisis – such as during a pandemic - this can lead to moral distress. In a podcast from the Canadian Medical Protective Association, hosts Drs. Yolanda Madarnas and Steven Bellemare explore the topic of moral distress with psychiatrist Dr. Caroline Gérin-Lajoie, e…
 
Independent producers with a great story to tell know that one of the biggest challenges to getting a project completed is securing the funding. In today’s evolving industry, how have finance models changed? What strategies are available that have proven results? This panel of experts will provide real world solutions to the challenge of production…
 
If Gen Zers have proved anything, it’s that if you want to reach the next generation of consumers, you’re going to have to invest in video. This reality is giving media companies incentive to create more targeted content as Gen Z shuns traditional media. Content creators are adapting to Gen Z’s consumption habits and bringing content to them where …
 
On this episode of Boldly, we’re speaking with 2019 Joule Innovation grant recipient Jordan Lewis, a fourth-year University of Toronto medical student who co-founded Flutter Wear. This technology, designed specifically for expectant mothers, combines a mobile app with a belly band sensor to passively detect fetal movements. The app collects baselin…
 
On this episode of Boldly, Tamara Mason speaks with fourth year medical student Gabriel Georges. Gabriel is a co-founder at Puzzle Medical Devices and a 2019 Joule Innovation grants recipient.Gabriel shares what sparked his interest in pursuing innovation as an aspiring cardiologist, how he grew his team, where he hopes to see innovation in Canada …
 
Innovation comes in all different shapes and sizes. Sometimes it’s about technology. Other times, it’s about shaking up status quo processes. This story is proof that disruption can help improve patient outcomes and innovation in hospitals is possible.In this episode, Tamara Mason from Joule interviews Dr. Duncan Rozario, Chief of Surgery at Oakvil…
 
The rapidly evolving rights market has led to major changes in how distribution deals are getting done, causing producers to re-evaluate their strategies for optimizing the value of their content. What are the key negotiating points that make or break profitability in our constantly changing reality, and how can producers leverage this knowledge to…
 
Five experts. Five verticals. Three questions. Ten minutes each. Five leaders in feature film, documentary, short form, lifestyle/unscripted, and scripted will each have ten minutes to present up-to-the-minute market intel by answering three questions: what’s working in your marketplace, what’s not, and where are the gaps and the opportunities?…
 
In Dragon’s Den style, three producers will each pitch their projects, with their marketing strategies, to our audience building experts with $10,000 in in-kind services from Innovate By Day at stake. Through the pitches and our experts’ responses, we’ll do a deep dive into the latest and best approaches to innovative and immersive cross-platform s…
 
The OTT landscape, often characterized by its biggest brands, offers many highly varied opportunities for content owners and creators. This panel will explore everything from new platforms developed by broadcasters, to the evolution of early-entry niche OTTs, to creator-driven channels, and more. In a constantly evolving environment, these leaders …
 
One of the most challenging decisions entrepreneurs confront is whether to diversify their business. The risks and rewards can be extraordinary. We will explore this topic with a corporate finance advisor, and with three leaders who have successfully diversified across platforms, technologies and markets. They will discuss key questions that will h…
 
Producers and their partners are increasingly confronted by the challenge of talent scarcity as top names migrate towards players with deep pockets and unlimited shelf-space. This panel will focus on ways independent companies can compete. What are innovative strategies for attaching or incubating talent, and what roles do diversity and new voices …
 
The Broadcasting and Telecommunications Acts have not been updated since before the internet entered our homes. In many ways, they are the bedrock of our industry, and the government’s current initiative to review these acts could set a new course for the future. Canada’s key leaders are assembled for the first time to debate the critical issues at…
 
With the variety of platforms and formats, and with quality at an all-time high, writers must be more creatively dextrous than ever before. How is their process affected by the means of distribution, how do they work with available data, and how can we do a better job of developing writing talent and diversifying the staff in the writers’ room?…
 
The dominance of traditional data is being challenged by social listening and by direct relationships between creators and their audiences. Unlike traditional data, the new data is available to all players. How do producers and their partners access and distill this data, and how can it become a constructive part of development, pitching and produc…
 
Content by diverse creators often struggles for financing because of the perception of a limited market. We’ll engage with this perception by exploring best-in-class examples that either served a specific audience in an exhaustive way, or that targeted and found a mainstream audience. In the era of “peak TV”, under-served audiences may be much more…
 
American and Canadian broadcast and production leaders will discuss new ways to capitalize on the partnership potential between our two countries. How are people putting innovative deals together in a way that plays to the greatest strengths of each party? As digital platforms start stepping up, is this affecting how deals are put together? And wha…
 
The increasingly complex environment for feature-length content demands unprecedented innovation and customization in distribution strategies. Some of the best minds in the business will discuss new ways of reaching and monetizing audiences, the impact of SVOD, innovative windowing, new tools for self-distribution and discoverability, and more.…
 
This panel will explore a mix of content styles and business models used in VR, AR and 360, all in the entertainment space. Focusing on the creative and business potential of these ascendant platforms, international leaders in these technologies will discuss the viability of the various business models, how each is trending in terms of accessibilit…
 
‘Long tail’ revenue from merchandising and licensing is typically realized well after the big dollars from production. But can products and content related to IP engage, grow and monetize audiences even before a show is produced and aired? This panel will explore innovations in licensing and merchandising, looking at winning examples in traditional…
 
The international marketplace is becoming more competitive as local content increasingly dominates in markets around the world. From development to production and sales, this panel will explore best-in-class strategies to optimize exports from Canada. What can we learn from studios, globally respected sales agents and distributors, and from other c…
 
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