eLearning Options

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Canadian Medical Protective Association

Canadian Medical Protective Association

The Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) provides its physician members with medico-legal advice, risk management education and legal assistance related to their clinical practice.

Canadian Medical Association

Canadian Medical Association

The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) delivers clinical resources to its members, including leading point-of-care tools, e-books, e-journals and an online catalogue of accredited CME courses in Canada. The CMA also provides automatic credit transfer services to the Royal College for the following programs:



The Royal College has a series of products and services to help medical educators and practicing physicians, teach, assess and embody the CanMEDS Roles. We encourage you to explore these resources to learn more about CanMEDS.

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Prescribing Safely Canada accredited learning modules (Section 3)

Prescribing medication is complex; assess your prescribing skills to help reduce medication errors. The Royal College’s prescribing modules are applicable across specialties and presented in an engaging format. Take advantage of this opportunity for MOC Self-Assessment (Section 3) credits and claim a maximum of 30 minutes per program.

These online learning modules are:

  • Short, thematic, case-based modules that focus on a full range of prescribing competencies
  • Created for Canadian physicians across specialties to address current hot topics: Frail Client, Opioid Prescribing and Antibiotic Stewardship
  • Available free of charge in both English and French
  • Participant can complete the online learning modules at a time of their choosing
  • Participant will receive a certificate of completion, and can claim 0.5 hours of MOC Section 3 credits per module
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ACES Preparing for Medical Emergencies

ACES online is a collection of interactive simulation cases helping you to build proficiency with recognizing and managing acutely ill patients in unexpected medical emergency. Authored and peer reviewed, these cases present important self-assessment questions, answers, and evidence based rationale helping you to close best practice knowledge and skill gaps.

Price: FREE for Fellows of The Royal College, $400 Non-Fellows. Fellows must enter their fellowship ID at checkout to receive the discount.

CME Accreditation

Claim up to 30 minutes of MOC Section 3 credits per case as defined by the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

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Little things make BIG differences: Recognizing and Managing Disruptive Behaviour in the Clinical Environment

  • Gain skills and knowledge to manage disruptive behaviour in teams.
  • Interactive simulation puts you in the shoes of patient, resident trainee and physician.
  • Powerful tool for health care professionals who work or manage team-based patient care.

    This free online module:

    • Includes self-assessments, peer discussions and resources to recognize and manage disruptive behaviour.
    • Helps residents and novice clinicians identify impact on their learning and enable positive change.
    • Tackles timely topics of professionalism, ethics, teamwork and patient safety.

      Benefit from this opportunity for MOC Self-Assessment (Section 3) credits and claim a maximum of 2 hours.

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Royal College with mdBriefCase (Section 3)

The Royal College is proud to offer you an additional way to earn MOCSection 3 credits! Developed in collaboration with mdBriefCase Group, this program is available exclusively for Fellows and MOC MAINPORT ePortfolio users at no additional charge

Click below to register with mdBriefCase and earn your Section 3 MOC credits: