Nominate a partner or healthcare inspiration for an AFHTO Board award

July 09, 2021
Post-Pandemic Primary Care: Respond, Recover, Rebuild

 

For the first time ever, the AFHTO board invites all members to help them select the recipient of a Board award.

 

2020 board award video
Video of 2020 Board award winner Darren Abenstein’s accomplishment. You can also learn more here.

The Board award recognizes an individual (or a group) who is not an AFHTO member but has significantly contributed to the development and growth of team-based primary care within their local community or at the provincial level.

The winner(s) will receive their award(s) during the virtual Bright Lights Awards Ceremony at the AFHTO 2021 Conference on October 27, 2021.

Submit a nomination online for the Board Award category by August 20, 2021.

Find out more about the criteria here. You can find the nomination template here.

Other related updates: We’re currently in discussions with potential sponsors for AFHTO’s “Bright Lights” Awards, which recognize AFHTO members’ leadership, outstanding work and the significant progress being made to improve the value interprofessional primary care teams across Ontario deliver. Nominations will open soon, but members can get started by taking these things into consideration.

Submit your poster abstract- deadline August 3, 2021

We’ll be selecting content for our 5 core themes and we need your help. We want your insight, from system and policy-level discussions to patient-focused inquiries into the ways teams can better serve their communities now and as we transition to a post-pandemic reality.

Helpful links:

All are welcome. Please pass this along to your peers, colleagues and network including those from other healthcare sectors, non-profits, and the academic and research communities.

Deadline to join a working group extended

The deadline to join a working group has been extended to today, July 9. Come behind the scenes and be the first to learn about new developments in the field, influence conference programming and discover the latest innovators in areas directly relevant to your work. Working group members also receive a discount off their registration fee.

For more information, you can contact us by phone (647-234-8605 x1200) or e-mail (info@afhto.ca).