Education Session on Stroke and Mental Health for Front Line Care Providers
coming up on November 18th
Registration is now open for an ECHO Ontario Complex Patient Management Pop-up Session, Do you know how to manage Mental Health after Stroke?, taking place on Monday, November 18th from 5:30 – 7 p.m. EST.
The LLSC is holding its first CLL Conference for patients and caregivers on November 16, 2019.
This will be held at Ryerson University from 8:30 am – 1:30 pm.
Join the LLSC for a free half-day educational conference and lunch, primarily for CLL patients, survivors, and caregivers. Healthcare professionals are welcome to attend as well.
Learn about CLL Research Advances, CLL Symptoms and Treatment Management, followed by a patient-survivor panel to hear from those living well with CLL.
Join the University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine this fall for the 2nd Toronto International Conference on Quality in Primary Care on Saturday, November 16, 2019 as we welcome colleagues from around the world for a 1-day conference focused on improving health equity in primary care.
The conference aims to bring together healthcare professionals who share a concern and passion for improving equity in primary care and will provide an opportunity for networking, sharing, and dialogue.
Nutrition Connections proudly presents Healthy and Sustainable Eating: Leading the Shift on November 14, 2019 in Toronto.
This collaborative, multidisciplinary educational forum will explore what sustainable eating is and how professionals working in many sectors can effectively convey evidence-based messaging on this topic to our stakeholders and clients.
A current schedule can be found here: https://nc-forum.com/detailedprogram
Program highlights include:
Upcoming Session: November 13th and 14th
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM each day
The purpose of the 2 day workshop is to provide healthcare professionals with enhanced skills in prevention and screening of chronic disease through hands-on training using role playing and patient cases. The program is evidence-based and specifically designed for indivdiuals within the primary care setting.
Requirements: Trainees should be actively practicing within a primary care setting or be linked with primary care
Hosted by the OPHA
This Forum will explore what’s at stake for individual and community health in the face of a changing climate and how we can work collaboratively across sectors to protect human health. You will learn about the latest evidence and hear from a range of experts bringing attention to this critical public and community health issue. The detailed program can be found here.
Infoway is excited to once again hold this year’s conference during Digital Health Week (November 11-17, 2019) which celebrates the difference digital health is making in the lives of Canadians
The Ontario Physiotherapy Association will be hosting a Primary Health Care event called PHC Connect on Friday, November 8 at the Burlington Family Health Team. Physiotherapists working in Primary Health Care organizations across Ontario are invited to come together for an interactive day of networking, professional development, and discussion.
Improving care through world-class data and inovation
BORN is hosting a two-day conference for health-care providers, administrators, policy makers, researchers and students.
Join the conversation:
- disruptive technology in health care
- perinatal risk and safety
- Ontario's maternal-newborn data partnerships
- using data to support better care- future trends
Comments from previous conference participants
"I enjoyed learning from examples where BORN data has been used to change practice"
Hosted by Health Quality Ontario