HOSTED BY Ontario Health Quality & Ontario Pain Management Resources
Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m. EST
Join the Ontario Pain Management Resources Partners as we explore how to optimize your electronic medical record (EMR) to support safer pain management and opioid prescribing.
Hosted by Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities (H-CARDD), (CAMH)
As part of an Ontario SPOR SUPPORT Unit EMPOWER award, CAMH are holding a workshop (online and in person) for family caregivers to improve health care communication. This webinar/workshop is part of the Azrieli Family Education Series and will be facilitated by family advisors at CAMH.
The Black Physicians' Association of Ontario invites you to it's Annual Health Symposium! This symposium is open to ALL physicians (yes ALL) and healthcare providers - you are welcome to attend this accredited CPD event to learn more about Black population health.
Your Patients are Using Cannabis: Here’s What You Need to Know | A conference for primary care providers
Presented by NPAO
Your Patients are Using Cannabis:
Here’s What You Need to Know.
A CONFERENCE FOR PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS
Friday, February 28, 2020
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Cost: $25 for NPAO Members | $40 for non-members
Primary care plays a central role in cancer screening but screening efforts don’t reach everyone.
The St. Michael’s Hospital Academic Family Health Team worked with patients living with low income to understand barriers to screening and co-design solutions. Join Drs. Aisha Lofters and Tara Kiran as they share practical, evidence-based ways to improve cancer screening rates and reduce income-related disparities.
Held by: Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
Hosted by Ontario Health - Quality
Ontarians made nearly 900,000 virtual visits with health care professionals in 2018. And interest in virtual health care is growing every day – for eVisits, online consultations, email, and more.
Ontario Health- Quality hears from clinicians and patients the many reasons to improve and support more access to virtual care. For example, expanding access could enhance the quality of care for many people, especially for those living in rural and remote communities. So, what does it take to make it happen?
The ECHO Ontario Conference aims to bring ECHOs together with its stakeholders to celebrate our successes, share ideas and collaborate to better support the Ontario healthcare system.
Please share with your ECHO team.
Why should you attend:
Held by the OCSA
Want practical, in-the-trenches insights and skills to help you lead more effectively and enhance your impact? Too busy to get out of the workplace to get them?
LeaderShift’s Applied Leadership E-Learning Series is the answer.
Transitioning NP Research to Practice
NP Global Initiatives Annual Online Conference
Friday, January 24, 2020 from 8am-4pm EST