Division of Emergency Medicine

BEEM Course Dates & Locations

The BEEM Course is a 12-hour interactive continuing medical education program created by our medical education research team for all emergency physicians with an interest in being up-to-date on the most recent emergency medicine-related studies and how to understand and evaluate the evidence behind the results. This CME presents the best literature with the highest potential impact on clinical practice and teaches the principles of evidence-based medicine in a fun and interactive way.

The BEEM Course has been successfully held in six countries. If you'd like to host a BEEM Course in your area, contact us at info@beemsite.com.

Que' BEEM, Chateau Laurier de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
September 29-30, 2014

QueThe old city of Quebec is enchanted to hold a BEEM meeting in late September.
This conference will be held close to the Plaines d'Abraham, a national historical site.
All physicians and trainee from the East of Canada are invited to attend.

For any questions about this course please contact Isabelle Gagné.

Please click on the url for course details. www.quebeem.ca.



EuroBEEM (Prague) December 5-6, 2014


Prague was an easy choice for the next European BEEM course. There are lots of reasons to visit this beautiful city in the heart of Europe and now learning more about evidenced based emergency medicine is one of them. During two days you will enjoy 12 hours of interactive lectures, covering the latest evidence. The course dinner offers not only a chance to try some genuine Bohemian food, but  of course also the foamy goodness of Czech beer.

Please click on the url for course details. http://emevents.org/eurobeem/.



SkiBEEM, Sun Peaks Resort, Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
January 26 - 28, 2015

Skier The January 2015 Ski BEEM course will be held at Delta Sun Peaks of the Sun Peaks Resort in British Columbia, Canada. Centrally located in the British Columbia Interior and only a 45 minute drive from Kamloops, Sun Peaks Resort has a reputation for reliable snow conditions that has been proven over 50 years of operations. Why is the snow so good? Thanks to the geographic location in the BC Interior, Sun Peaks is protected from the mild, coastal weather caused by the Coast Mountains. Prevailing storms come from the Pacific Ocean and rise and cool as they pass over the Coast Mountains before reaching Sun Peaks.
Being the second largest skiable area in British Columbia and third largest in Canada, they offer 3,678 skiable acres of terrain, 882 metres of vertical, 124 runs, including 12 designated glade areas! As for Nordic skiing, they offer over 30 kilometers of impeccably groomed and track-set trails which are accessible right from the village and your hotel.        

The Ski BEEM Course is a three-day event from 7 - 9 AM and 4 - 6 PM with full buffet breakfast and afternoon snacks provided.

Special accommodation rates are offered for attendees at Delta Sun Peaks Resort.

For any questions about travel, contact us at info@beemsite.com.


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