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Local Education Group

Manitoulin  Island  Clinical  Teachers'  association

Nov 24

Preparing for New Learners
Small group faculty development meeting

Join Manitoulin Preceptors for a case-based discussion about planning and orientation for new learners at your clinic.

TBD

Ask the Specialist
2022

Speakers to be announced soon!

Naloxone North

As the opioid death rate continues to rise in Northern Ontario, medical students at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) have created an innovative app that improves access to Naloxone, a drug used to counter the effects of opioid overdose.

Jordan Law, MacKenzie Ludgate and Owen Montpellier have developed the Naloxone North app, a free and confidential service that ships a Naloxone kit right to your door.  The Naloxone North app includes educational information about the drug as well as a detailed instructional video and approved information about the safe administration of Naloxone.

For more info, click here.

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THIS WAS REAL

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A Film by Shannon Lucas

Based on the collective research and writings authored by: Dr. Cindy Peltier

“This Was Real" shares a collective story of cancer through the lens of Anishinaabe teachings. Facing a struggle with choices and the weight of emotional burdens, one woman comes to terms with an understanding that cancer can be a teacher.

Manitoulin Local Education Group

Manitoulin LEG members are enthused to deliver unique and stimulating medical education to our many visiting learners.  Explore our site to see what we're up to.  Our For Preceptors page provides information about upcoming educational sessions, and our Research & Scholarship page provides information about local projects, publications, and opportunities.