Application form for BC ECHO for Chronic Pain: Daytime Series on Opioid Weaning

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Please note: The BC ECHO for Chronic Pain: Daytime Series on Opioid Weaning is only open to primary care providers in British Columbia. To successfully access this series, please ensure you fill out the province field below.

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The BC ECHO for Chronic Pain: Daytime Series on Opioid Weaning will have a Fall 2021 Cycle and Spring 2022 Cycle. Providers are only required to attend one cycle, but they must attend all four live webinars within a cycle to receive their certificate of completion. Please select which cycle you plan to attend:

Daytime Series on Opioid Weaning

As part of your participation in the brief Daytime Series, you are required to submit a brief, anonymous patient case proposal. Please complete this form to submit your patient case proposal. If you are not currently practicing or do not have any patients who live with chronic pain, you are exempt from this requirement.

Would you like to receive monthly updates on the latest pain-related news, educational opportunities and resources available to health care providers? You will be able to unsubscribe at any time.

You must accept these Terms of Use to register for an online course (a “Course”) and become an authorized user of the LMS. Pain BC uses LearnUpon, a cloud-based learning management system to deliver the Courses. In order to register for and/or purchase a Course, you will first need to register with Pain BC. Once you have registered for a Course, Pain BC will provide your name and e-mail address to LearnUpon and LearnUpon will send you a link to access the Course.  

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