Networking+ sessions

Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2022
(Official) Time: 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM

For members to meet, mingle and share insights with peers in similar roles from across Ontario. QIDSS and QI will have a structured session, along with several ED groups and social workers are welcome to join focus groups (see below). Other groups are welcome to meet in the Osgoode ballroom to connect with their peers with spaces set up for those in similar roles or discuss topics directly relevant to Ontario’s primary care teams.

Spaces will be set up for:

1. Administration
2. Chiropodist
3. Chiropractor
4. Health Promoter

5. Nurse (RN/RPN)

6. Nurse Practitioner
7. Occupational Therapist
8. Pharmacist
9. Physician Assistant

10. Physiotherapist

11. Psychologist
12. Registered Dietitian
13. Respiratory Therapist

 

Please note this is subject to change as planning continues.

ED groups meeting include:

  • BSM EDs
  • Southwest region EDs
  • Toronto Central EDs

Social worker focus groups
Content below provided by University of Toronto

We want to hear your thoughts on how social work practice is organized and supported in primary care! Take part in a 60-minute focus groups with other social workers to discuss how social work practice has shifted during the pandemic. We’ll be hosting focus groups in-person at the AFHTO 2022 Conference and invite you to join the discussion. Please note the in-person focus groups are for conference attendees but we’ll also host online focus groups for social workers who are not attending the conference.


To participate, please email Simon at sck.lam@utoronto.ca by Friday, September 9 and let us know if you will be attending the conference.


This study from the University of Toronto is led by Dr. Rachelle Ashcroft, Associate Professor at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work and supported by the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario and the Ontario Association of Social Workers.