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.

OAAF Conference

OAAF Conference October 24-26th 2018 in Niagara Falls at the Sheraton on the Falls Hotel   Hello Everyone, The biannual ACT conference is an important ACT learning and networking opportunity that only comes around every 2 years. We have an exciting program, great speakers and a beautiful Niagara Falls venue! Please do your best to send as many staff as possible.

Choosing Wisely Talks | Double Down on Antimicrobial Stewardship: Practical Ways to Use Antibiotics Wisely to Manage Respiratory and Urinary Tract Infection in Community Practice

Choosing Wisely is excited to announce the release of new tools and resources available from the Using Antibiotics Wisely campaign. 
Using Antibiotics Wisely was launched two years ago to encourage clinician and patient conversations about the harms of unnecessary antibiotic use. With support from the Public Health Agency of Canada, they have focused our efforts on reducing unnecessary antibiotics for respiratory tract infections in primary care and asymptomatic bacteriuria in long-term care. 

Reflections on Using Data for Improvement

Reflections on Using Data for Improvement Thursday, December 6, 2018 | Noon to 1pm (EST)  Dr. Tara Kiran shares her experiences of using data, and listening to patients, to support quality improvement initiatives in primary care and reflects on how her learnings may be relevant to other sectors. Speakers: Dr. Tara Kiran Family Physician, St. Michael’s Hospital Academic Family Health Team and Fidani Chair in Improvement and Innovation, University of Toronto Opening Remarks: Dr.



Hosted by the HPCO

For a number of years HPCO has been hosting Community of Practice (CoP) meetings virtually relating to the following fields: