Events

Mental Health Across the Lifespan: Social Workers on the Front Line of Real Issues

Mental Health Across the Lifespan: Social Workers on the Front Line of Real Issues The Ontario Association of Social Workers' (OASW) Biennial Provincial Conference is the largest knowledge mobilization event of its kind for social workers and social service workers in Ontario. This year's event will draw over 300 practitioners, policy-makers, researchers, academics and social work students for 1.5 days of interactive discussions on current and innovative best practice in mental health across settings. The curated conference program will facilitate a multi-directional flow of

Shortening the Diagnostic Odyssey: Rare Disease in Primary Care – by Sanofi Genzyme Rare Disease

Zoom Webinar

You can easily recognize a patient with hypertension, but do you know how to recognize a rare disease? Roughly 1 in 12 Canadians, are affected by a rare disorder. As each disease affects only a small number of individuals, clinician understanding and expertise may be limited and fragmented. This results in unnecessary diagnostic delays, frequent misdiagnoses, and missed opportunities to treat these patients earlier.

Project ECHO Liver Evening Series presents: Videoconferencing Educational Session

ECHO Liver Evening Session Hosted by ECHO Liver Please join us for our evening ECHO Ontario Liver series, which will cover approaches to different liver diseases in a primary care setting. This evening session will consist of a didactic lecture by our inter-professional team and real de-identified patient cases. Topic: New Canadian Hepatitis C Guidelines - What you need to know in Primary Care. About our Evening series:
  • Open to all health care providers. (Participants do not have to be a registered ECHO participant to join)

Altering Challenging Behaviours in Persons with ABI

Acquired Brain Injury Behaviour Services presents:

ALTERING CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS IN PERSONS WITH ABI:

Building Organizational Capacity and Individual Skills

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

West Park Healthcare Centre 82 Buttonwood Ave.

Toronto ON Persons with acquired brain injury (ABI) can exhibit challenging behaviours such as agitation and aggression. Best practice requires behaviours to be assessed and treated in a systematic way.

Project Management Workshop - Putting the Pieces Together

Project Management Workshop - Putting the Pieces Together Hosted by the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario About this Event: This project management workshop is a one-day program for nurses in managerial and leadership roles to understand the phases of the project management process. This course focuses on the role of project management and the project manager in health care environments and will provide you with the skills to effectively use the project management tools and resources to support projects in their work environments.

NPAO MAiD Conference - Thunder Bay

The Nurse Practitioners' Association of Ontario (NPAO) supported by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in in-kind partnership with CAMAP is pleased to announce this rich learning opportunity for those interested in or already providing Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD). This free workshop will review current standards and guidelines on being a first and second assessor, and provide hands on experience through a simulated MAID procedure. Speakers include Willi Kirenko, Nurse Practitioner in Independent Practice and Dr.