The program will begin at 5:00 pm on Thursday, February 28 and will end on Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 4:00pm.
Information on the 2019 program will be updated when confirmed
- Bariatric Surgery
- Benign Breast Disease
- Breast Cancer
- Breast Cancer – Pathology
- Colon Cancer
- Diseases of the Biliary Tree
- Gastric Cancer
- Upper GI Bleeding
- Lower GI Bleeding
- Head and Neck Masses
- Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
- Liver Masses
- Pancreatic Masses
- Perianal Disease
- Rectal Cancer
- Skin Lesions – Melanoma
- Thyroid Cancer
- Trauma – Abdominal
- Trauma – Neck/Thoracic
- Trauma – Duodenal/Pancreatic
- Tips For Your Exam
Information on accreditation for the 2019 program will be updated when confirmed.
801 Dixon Road, Toronto, Ontario, M9W 1J5
Testimonials from Previous Attendees
A good stress-free environment to review the main topics in general surgery.
Availability of PDF files before the conference was very helpful and videos of each presentation provided to each participant is invaluable!
Great up-to-date conference, very organized, compact and comprehensive; covers all objectives with a great literature review.
Large breadth of topics important for RC exam; presentations focused on clinical pearls and management decisions.
Many outstanding lectures which were Canadian focused and according to current practices, guidelines and evidence-based medicine!
The use of touch pad technology for this program identified areas to focus on and areas of deficiency.
Evidence based, concise and focused not only on the exam but also future practice.
Presenters were excellent and to the point; they understood our goals and objectives of the program and exam.
Some of the best speakers from across the country in terms of PREP courses I’ve attended.
Enthusiastic lecturers with open forum for questions and great one on one time with each presenter!
Outstanding program, MCQ questions are the strengths of this course!