CAPA 2020 FAQ

CAPA2020 FAQ

Q. I am having trouble registering

A. Be sure you’re on the CAPA 2020 site.

Your personalized link was sent to you via email. If you no longer have this email, please contact Kristy Corrente at kcorrente@capa-acam.ca.

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Q. Will conference sessions be recorded for viewing at a later time?

A. As long as the speaker consents, yes the sessions will be recorded for viewing later.

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Q. I purchased 2 Day Sessions + Workshops. Are all sessions and workshops included?

A. Yes! By purchasing the 2 Day Session + Workshop package, you will receive access to ALL   recorded sessions and workshops.

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Q. How long will these materials remain accessible?

A. All recorded sessions will be available on the CAPA 2020 site until June 2021.

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Q. How many credit hours is the CAPA 2020 program worth?

A. The Physician Assistant Certification Council of Canada has awarded the following credit hours for CAPA 2020:

Conference sessions                   7.0 credit hours

Workshop                                      4.0 credit hours

TOTAL:    11.0 (Section 1 credit hours for live sessions + workshops)

*Please note that if you watch recordings of the concurrent sessions and complete the evaluations afterwards, you could potentially earn up to 27.0 Section 1 credit hours.

Students can potentially earn up to 29.0 Section 1 credit hours, which second year students can claim in their bonus period of 15 October 2020 to 31 December 2020.

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Q. How do I report Conference sessions and workshop credit hours?

A. You can report the Conference sessions and workshop credit hours in Section 1: Group Learning – Accredited Conference.

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Q. How many unaccredited credit hours is the CAPA 2020 program worth?

A. The Physician Assistant Certification Council of Canada has awarded the following credit hours for CAPA 2020:

Regular members – 1.5

CAF members – 2.0

Students – 2.5

CAF Student members – 3.0

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Q. How do I report unaccredited conference session credit hours?

A. You can report the unaccredited conference session credit hours in Section 1: Group Learning – Unaccredited Conference.

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Q. I attended the Pharma sponsored sessions during CAPA 2020, where can I record these hours?

A. These hours cannot be claimed for credit hours under Section 1 within the MOC Program. You may, however, be stimulated by this event to continue your learning and develop a personal learning project (see PLP question).

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Q. What is a personal learning project (PLP) and how can I incorporate this into my learning plan?

A. A personal learning project (PLP) is a self-initiated learning activity that is stimulated by a question, issue or dilemma in your professional practice. For example, PLPs can be created based on updating your knowledge to prepare a presentation, further research after reading a journal article or after participating in a point-of-care activity. They can be inspired by any aspect of your professional practice (CanMEDS Roles) and are flexible and adaptable within any learning context.

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