Hosted by saegis and afhto
2020 was an unprecedented year in many ways, including the volume of breaches against Canadian healthcare organizations. We will explore Canadian data/trends from the Canadian Centre for Cybersecurity, discuss the top security threats facing your team, and explore best practices to decrease the risk of breaches in the clinic setting. We will take a look at what a cyber attack looks like, and how to respond if one should happen.
After this webinar you will be able to:
Supporting Older Persons at Home – Learning and Collaboration During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
Hosted by AFHTO & Provincial Geriatrics Leadership Ontario
Hosted by the Family and Community Medicine Department at the University of Toronto and the OCFP
Changing the way we work: Long COVID and lessons from the UK
Please join for the eighteenth in our series 'Changing the way we work' on Friday, March 12, 2021 at 8:00-9:00am (ET). More session details to be announced soon...
Hosted by the NPAO
March 4, 2021 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Hosted by the HPCO
Presented by: Tara Cohen, MSW, RSW
Tara Cohen will share concrete ideas and experiential strategies for enhancing personal resilience. We will explore how to apply mindfulness, self-compassion and creative solutions for support and connection, which can be used even during the most challenging times
Healthcare providers, nurses, social workers, hospice volunteers, administration
Cost: $45.20 per individual
Hosted by the University of Ottawa and the Eczema Society of Canada
Despite the importance of managing atopic dermatitis (AD) and the significant physical and psychosocial burden and impact on quality of life that this condition can have on patients, under recognition and undertreatment of AD is common especially in areas with limited access to dermatology specialty care.
On February 26, we heard from teams that have stepped up to provide leadership for vaccine distribution in their communities. They spoke to work that is underway, including roll-out and operation of mass immunization clinics, utilisation of mobile units to reach vulnerable people, and collaboration with primary care partners.
They shared unique examples of work in their regions; offered guidance and advice; and spoke to planning considerations and lessons learned.
The following leaders presented and answered questions:
Engaging and Supporting Caregivers in Primary Care Teams: Working together to improve outcomes and enhance the patient, caregiver, and family experience
Hosted by Ontario Caregiver Organization & AFHTO
The Ontario Caregiver Organization is pleased to offer a learning opportunity for AFHTO members. There are 3.3 million family caregivers in Ontario who play a critical role in health outcomes. This webinar will highlight resources and opportunities for primary care teams to support and engage caregivers:
Hosted by ECHO Ontario Concussion
Next Cycle: Sessions will start February 24, 2021 | 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Learn how to diagnose and manage your concussion patients through interactive online medical education.
This series is open to all primary care providers in Ontario.
ECHO is an interactive educational videoconference program, linking an interprofessional expert team with healthcare participants.
Each session includes:
Hosted by ECHO Care of the Elderly (Baycrest), canadian Coalition for Senior's Mental Health & Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psyciatry
Baycrest, in partnership with the Canadian Coalition for Seniors’ Mental Health and the Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry, is excited to launch a 6-week National ECHO Care of the Elderly: Mental Health program.