News & Events
The ECHO Care of the Elderly team is excited to launch a special 6-week Dementia Series in partnership with the Alzheimer Societies of Ontario and Toronto. The Dementia Series aims to help primary care providers expand their skills and build their capacity in the care of people with dementia.
Sessions will run on Wednesdays from 3:00pm-4:30pm starting October 30 and ending December 4, 2019.
The LLSC is holding its first CLL Conference for patients and caregivers on November 16, 2019.
This will be held at Ryerson University from 8:30 am – 1:30 pm.
Join the LLSC for a free half-day educational conference and lunch, primarily for CLL patients, survivors, and caregivers. Healthcare professionals are welcome to attend as well.
Learn about CLL Research Advances, CLL Symptoms and Treatment Management, followed by a patient-survivor panel to hear from those living well with CLL.
Sinai Health System and University Health Network's 7th Annual Toronto Geriatrics Update Course is taking place on Friday November 1st and Saturday November 2nd at the Michener Institute, 222 St. Patrick St., Toronto, ON
OASW is thrilled to be offering a brand new online certificate course on Essential Skills for Social Work with Groups: Theory, Leadership, and Evidence-Based Practice.
Group work is gaining popularity and growing in demand across social service sectors as it can be used with a range of groups.
Best Practice Champions Workshop (Level 1)
The best practice guidelines (BPG) champions level 1 workshop is a free, one-day session designed to introduce nurses and other health professionals to evidence-based practice, RNAO’s BPGs, and how to implement them in a work setting.
City of Lakes FHT is pleased to share a video that covers their mission, vision and introduces their interdisciplinary healthcare team and services.
Whether or not you're their patient, you may not be aware of all the things they do. From services to programs to digital health, they're constantly working to create a better healthcare experience for their patients.
Elliot Lake Today article published September 17, 2019
By Brent Sleightholm, Elliot Lake Today
Join the University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine this fall for the 2nd Toronto International Conference on Quality in Primary Care on Saturday, November 16, 2019 as we welcome colleagues from around the world for a 1-day conference focused on improving health equity in primary care.
The conference aims to bring together healthcare professionals who share a concern and passion for improving equity in primary care and will provide an opportunity for networking, sharing, and dialogue.
September 25, 2019
MEMORANDUM TO: Health System Partners
FROM: David C. Williams
Chief Medical Officer of Health
Ministry of Health
Dear health system partners,