News & Events
The Temiskaming Speaker article (PDF) published October 16, 2019
What Primary Care Teams need to know about CONCUSSION
W E B I N A R L I N K:
Facilitated by Judith Gargaro, Program Director, ABI
Hosted by the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation
Key Learning Outcomes:
MAID WORKSHOP: TORONTO 2019
December 4 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
The Nurse Practitioners’ Association of Ontario (NPAO) supported by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and in kind partnership with CAMAP is pleased to announce this rich learning opportunity for those interested in or already providing Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD).
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
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:
October 17, 2019 - COPD Workshop
Ontario Lung Association’s – Ontario’s Provider Education Program will host a COPD Workshop in Perth - Register at https://copdperth19.eventbrite.ca
October 22, 2019 - Breathing Inspired
Ontario Lung Association’s – Ontario Respiratory Care Society Northeastern Region is hosting an educational evening in Sudbury
Register at https://bit.ly/2L8hRCp
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.
Quinte News article published October 3, 2019
By Amanda Smith, Quinte News
A local health initiative aimed at women returns again later this month.
October 21 – 25 is Cervical Cancer Awareness week and there will be five local clinics holding a “Pap Party” aimed at catching cervical cancer in the early stages.