Neurology

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Problem Solving In Neurology For Family Physicians

Friday, November 24
1:15 PM - 3:30 PM

This is an interactive session drawing on actual cases with emphasis on cognitive strategies for solving diagnostic problems in neurology, as opposed to the more traditional approach of relying solely on simple pattern recognition based on descriptive phenomenology. Included is content of relevance to hospital and office-based physicians alike that may be of particular interest to those involved in student and resident teaching.

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Duncan McIlraith

Neurologist
THE OTTAWA HOSPITAL, HOPITAL MONTFORT, UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

Dr. Duncan McIlraith completed his BSc in biochemistry and his MD at the University of Ottawa. After internship at the Ottawa Civic Hospital he pursued additional studies in mathematics and engineering, also at the University of Ottawa. He went on to do two years of internal medicine residency at the University of Alberta and his residency in neurology at McGill University. This was followed by a fellowship in stroke at the Montreal General Hospital, with additional studies in theoretical epidemiology at McGill University. He has since held a faculty appointment at the University of Alberta and is currently appointed to the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa, where he is actively involved in student and resident teaching. Dr. McIlraith holds staff appointments at the Ottawa Hospital and the Montfort Hospital. His practice is primarily focused on acute care, hospital-based neurology.

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