Strengthening Families Together Virtual Series

Thu, November 05, 2020 - Thu, November 26, 2020
Webinar Series

Hosted by IAmMentalHealth

Are you a caregiver providing support to someone living with schizophrenia or a psychosis related illness? Join IAmMentalHealth for their 4 session family education group.
Their program covers the challenges that families face while supporting a family member living with schizophrenia or psychosis, handling stress and anxiety, practical strategies around communication, and coping with daily living including; scheduling daily activities, motivation, wellness and crisis planning, and caregiver well-being.

Processing Trauma Experiences with Palliative Care Clients and Their Families

Wed, November 04, 2020 - Wed, December 02, 2020
Webinar Series

Hosted by the HPCO

Hospice Palliative Care Ontario and Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association are hosting a new webinar series on the topic of Processing Trauma Experiences with Palliative Care Clients and Their Families. This 5-part series will be facilitated by Eugene Dufour and is intended for all sectors of Hospice Palliative Care, including volunteers. Below are the session dates:

ADVANCED Privacy Officer Training

Tue, November 03, 2020

Hosted by Kate Dewhirst Health Law

You are the Privacy Officer of a Hospital, Family Health Team, long term care home, community health provider, mental health agency, public health unit, birth centre, NPLC or pharmacy, or other healthcare institution. You've taken the training, you understand the law and the theory - but now you want to sharpen your skills and boost your experience for the role. Join Kate Dewhirst in November for a great day of interactive scenario-based training delivered online that will test, challenge and hone your privacy skills.

Arts on Prescription: Improving health and wellbeing through arts participation

Tue, October 06, 2020

Recent research has shown that arts participation lead to a wide range of improvements in physical and mental health, including improved cognitive functions, reduced instances of depression, and better management of chronic pain, just to name a few. A 2019 evidence review by the World Health Organization Europe, mapping global research and case studies, found that arts play a significant role in health promotion and management and has the potential to “address complex challenges for which there are no current healthcare solutions.” 

Digital Health and Virtual Care Day

Thu, October 01, 2020
Virtual Conference

Hosted by OntarioMD

Recent events have shown that digital health and virtual care tools can quickly become indispensable practice tools to manage patient information and provide care when in-person visits aren't possible. Register (for free) today for the OntarioMD Digital Health and Virtual Care Day to learn how you can take advantage of these innovative technologies to realize more of their benefits and integrate them with your EMR workflows as much as possible!