Hosted by Dr. Danielle Martin, Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM), University of Toronto.
As we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and look towards the future, DFCM has an opportunity to help shape the health system in Canada.
HOSTED BY the alliance for healthier communities, indigenous primary health care council, nurse practitioner led clinics association, association of family health teams of ontario and ontario health
Ontario Health has developed new, gender-affirming cancer screening guidelines to support the health and wellbeing of Trans and Non-Binary clients. These groups often have lower screening rates than their peers due to outreach that misses eligible clients and screening practices that can trigger gender dysphoria.
HOSTED BY Sinai health, national institute of ageing, university health network & primary care collaborative
Dr. Samir Sinha, Director of Geriatrics at Sinai Health and University Health Network (UHN) and Director of Health Policy Research at the National Institute on Ageing (NIA), will be presenting on Practical Technologies that can Enable Ageing in Place on May 19, from 9:00 – 10:00am EDT. This webinar is presented by Sinai Health, in partnership with the NIA, UHN, and the Primary Care Collaborative.
In partnership the members of the Primary Care Collaborative, Public Health Ontario (PHO) provided infection prevention and control (IPAC) information to those working in clinical office settings. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Primary Care practices rapidly transitioned to providing services to their patients through a hybrid of in-person and virtual visits. Virtual care has left clinicians feeling disconnected from their patients and a goal of both clinicians and all those providing support to clinical office practice is to continue a safe return to in-person care.
Reconnect and Reimagine: moving forward together
Lung Health Foundation: Spirometry Testing for Diagnosing Asthma and COPD in Primary Care – The Why and the How
Hosted by The Lung Foundation
Asthma and COPD are among the most common chronic diseases in Canada. In fact, almost 4 million Canadians have a label of asthma, and over 2 million have a label of COPD. People who are diagnosed with asthma or COPD are usually prescribed inhalers (also known as puffers), but rarely recommended pulmonary function testing to confirm the diagnosis.
Hosted by Choosing Wisely Canada
Asthma and COPD are among the most common chronic diseases in Canada. People who are diagnosed with asthma or COPD are usually prescribed inhalers (also known as puffers), but studies show that more than 30% of individuals who carry these disease labels do not actually have the condition when tested with a formal pulmonary function test.
Hosted by The Alliance for Healthier Communities
We are ready to take the next steps to move us towards real, sustainable systemic change. This is why we’re excited to invite you to join us at Action Now! Building Equitable Futures Together, our comprehensive primary health care conference,
June 8-9, 2022.
Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto Airport & Conference Centre, 655 Dixon Rd Toronto, Ontario
Click here to register, pricing and event lists
Hosted by ECHO ontario
ECHO is a virtual, interactive education and capacity building model that supports healthcare providers in delivering high quality, evidence based mental health and addictions care in their local communities.
We are pleased to share that the application for ECHO Ontario Mental Health Summer Programming is open. We look forward to meeting primary and community care providers from across the province.
Our Winter programs include:
Hosted by McMaster University