In the Queen's Health Sciences Office of Professional Development & Educational Scholarship, our mission is to advance evidence-informed, collaborative healthcare that benefits the health and well-being of populations. We achieve this through educational scholarship and learning opportunities that support health practitioners, faculty, and learners.
Please browse our featured online courses below, or visit healthsci.queensu.ca/opdes for more information about our office’s course development and evaluation services and in-person CPD programs.
Medical guidelines recommend cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) as the first-line treatment for chronic insomnia, above sleep medications. An extensive evidence base demonstrates that CBT-I leads to long-term improvements in sleep, mood and quality of life. Through this online professional development course's interactive, on-demand modules and FAQ resource, you will not only learn about the science behind CBT-I, but how you can help your patients use these techniques so they can reverse their chronic insomnia and experience the long-term benefits of sound sleep without sleep medications.
Part A+B of the Licensee Education Program provides details about the initial license application, pharmacy staffing, operations, and helps current, new, and potential licensees better understand their roles and responsibilities. It also includes a self-assessment focused on the legal expectations and responsibilities of a licensee and proprietor.