News & Events

BORN Conference

Thu, November 07, 2019 - Fri, November 08, 2019
Ottawa Conference & Event Centre

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"


Sat, October 05, 2019 - Sun, March 29, 2020
Sault Ste Marie, Guelph, Ottawa, Chatham, Kingston

Hosted by Osteoporosis Canada

An evidence-informed excercise training workshop, designed for healthcare professionals and excercise specialists to provide training on the most appropriate, safe and effective methods to prescribe and progress excersize for people with osteoporosis.

Basics: Aimed at fitness professionals working in the community with uncomplicated osteoprosis clients | $200

Clinical: Developed for rehabilitation professionals working in a clinical environment with simple or complex osteoporosis clients | $400

The Osgoode Certificate in Privacy Law and Information Management in Healthcare

Tue, November 05, 2019 - Tue, December 03, 2019
In Person (Toronto) or Webcast

The Osgoode Certificate in Privacy Law and Information Management in Healthcare

Globally, healthcare accounted for more privacy breaches than any other industry in 2018. The number of incidents continues to rise as healthcare institutions are frequently in the news for mismanaging personal health information. Breaches and missteps can result in significant reputational risk and institutional liability.

Mount Sinai Academic FHT Prenatal Services fit under Ontario's Plan to Expand Midwifery Services

On July 8, 2019 Ontario's government committed to providing ongoing funding for Group Perinatal Care at Mount Sinai Academic FHT. The 2019 Bright Lights nominated program was implemented in 2016. Perinatal care and education is provided by an interprofessional team including registered midwives, prenatal nurse, registered dietitian, family medicine residents and family physicians.