Events

Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference

Registration is now open for the 40th Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference. Help us celebrate by joining us on June 13-15, 2018. We invite you to explore our theme of 'Innovations in Sexual Health and Wellbeing' with the fabulous lineup of speakers and workshops we have planned. The Guelph Sexuality Conference provides opportunities to share information, research, skills, experiences, programming, and strategies that includes an anti-oppression framework that fosters health and wellness and resists shame.

Diagnosis Critical: How to Optimally Utilize TB Laboratory Services

Diagnosis Critical: How to Optimally Utilize TB Laboratory Services Wednesday September 12, 2018 12:00pm to 1:00pm (Eastern Time) Talk Objectives: •        Understand the basic microbiologic features and epidemiology in Ontario of Mycobacteria and M. tuberculosis and the implications for laboratory diagnosis of tuberculosis •        Review the public health laboratory services available for the diagnosis of tuberculosis in Ontario and how to access these services •        Understand the current laboratory assays and testing algorithms in use by the pu

Health Privacy Officer Training

Health Privacy Officer Training

Launch Day - October 18, 2018

Fall Session (in person in downtown Toronto or via webcast) plus twice-monthly teaching sessions, resources & online community until June 2019 As health care organizations and providers, your privacy practices are under scrutiny from your patients, residents or clients (and their families), the courts, the media and the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario (IPC/O).

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.

Spine Online E-Course

Introducing the Spine Online Course for primary care providers. Developed by the Centre for Effective Practice (CEP) and funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC), as part of the Knowledge Translation in Primary Care Initiative, this course aims to familiarize primary care providers with current guidelines for evidence-based assessment and treatment of patients with low back and/or neck pain.