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Participate in a collaborative online learning exchange with northern health leaders, patient and Indigenous partners, in virtual primary care.
Health system leaders, communities and patients in northern and remote areas of Canada face unique challenges when developing, implementing and evaluating effective and sustainable solutions. These challenges have been further amplified by the rapid changes occurring across the health system due to Covid-19, particularly in the area of Virtual Care in Primary Care.
The Canadian Northern and Remote Health Network (CNRHN), brings together senior decision makers, leaders, policy makers and practitioners to identify solutions to improve healthcare and the health status of people living in these areas of Canada.
In collaboration with the CNRHN, CFHI is delivering a Virtual Learning Exchange in 2020-21. Launching this fall, the virtual learning exchange will be offered to the public and will bring together a wide range of stakeholders with interest in virtual primary care to foster networks of learning and innovation in northern and remote areas of Canada.
The virtual learning exchange will be delivered in three 90-minute webinars and will focus on the following identified priority topics within the overarching theme of virtual primary care:
Cultural Safety and Indigenous Partnership (November 27, 2020, 1:30-3:00pm ET)
Enhancing Equity and Access (January 29, 2021, 1:30-3:00pm ET)
Patient and Family Centred Care (March 5, 2021, 1:30-3:00pm ET)