Hosted by AFHTO
The Electronic Asthma Management System (eAMS) is an evidence-based clinical decision support system developed to improve your ability to deliver best care for patients with asthma.
WHAT DOES THE eAMS DO?
The eAMS was designed to help providers to bridge the 3 main evidence-to-practice gaps that have been identified across care settings and are believed to be the major cause of poor disease control and healthcare utilization in patients with asthma.
Hosted by Sanofi Genzyme
You are cordially invited to attend a 90-minute webinar session on Treatable Rare Diseases in the Generalists Clinic.
- Dr. Vera Bril, BSc, MD, FRCPC; Neurologist, Toronto General Hospital Research Institute (TGHRI);Professor of Neurology, University of Toronto, Head, Neuromuscular Section, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Dr. John Pasternak, MD, General Practitioner, Health Matters Medical Clinic, Medicine Hat, AB
ECHO Liver Evening Series presents Liver Disease in Primary Care: Approach to Fatty Liver
This evening session will consist of a didactic lecture by our interprofessional team and real de-identified patient cases presentations.
This session is accredited. Fully Funded by the Ministry of Health
Topic: Liver Disease in Primary Care: Approach to Fatty Liver
Date and Time: Thursday 10 Sept, 2020 at 7:00-8:00pm
The evening session series are:
Hosted by ECHO Care of the Elderly (CAMH)
Baycrest and North East Specialized Geriatric Centre are pleased to convene another ECHO Care of the Elderly program. ECHO Care of the Elderly aims to build a virtual community of practice helping primary care providers expand their skills and build their capacity in the care of frail, complex aging individuals.
Sessions will run on Wednesdays from 3:00pm-4:30pm starting September 9 and ending December 16, 2020.
Hosted by ECHO Ontario Concussion
Next Cycle: Sessions will start on September 9 2020
Learn how to diagnose and manage your concussion patients through interactive online medical education.
This 15 part series is open to all primary care providers in Ontario.
ECHO is an interactive educational videoconference program, linking an interprofessional expert team with healthcare participants.
Each session includes:
Hosted by the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine and Surrey Place
Tuesday September 1
12:00pm - 1:30pm (ET)
Adults with intellectual developmental disabilities (IDD), such as autism and Down Syndrome, are not only more susceptible to COVID-19 but have also been facing greater physical, mental health, and ethical challenges during the pandemic.
Hosted by the Lung Association
How will COVID-19 precautions affect students with asthma? What kind of asthma triggers are common in the classroom? If you are an educator or school administrator, we have answers for you.
The Lung Health Foundation’s Navigating Asthma this School Year webinars will give you an opportunity to improve your asthma knowledge and have your questions answered live by a Certified Respiratory Educator. Join us for one of these sessions, and find out how you can play a role in preventing and managing asthma attacks at school.
Hosted by the HPCO and CHPCA
Hospice Palliative Care Ontario is hosting a new 4-part webinar series, entitled Approaches to Health Care Consent, Advance Care Planning & Goals of Care Conversations. The series begins on August 27, 2020 beginning at 12:00 p.m. and is intended for front line workers, health care/service providers and first responders. The series will address the following topics:
Hosted by Lung Health Foundation
Date: August 24, 2020 I 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Presented by: Dr. Martin Chasen, MBChB, FCP(SA), MPhil(Pall Med)
Hosted by AFHTO and Ontario 211 Services
A webinar about how 211 can assist primary care teams. 211 has been helping the people of Ontario navigate community, health and social services for many years. This webinar will provide some baseline information about 211’s Accredited enquiry service and Standards driven resource database of benefit to your patients when trying to access services in the community – particularly services during COVID-19, such as mental health services, food and other basic needs.