HOSTED BY AFHTO & ECHO ONTARIO AT UHN
This presentation provides an overarching schema of rheumatic diseases, with a focus on types and patterns of articular involvement, and extraarticular and serologic correlates. By the end of the presentation, participants will be able to apply this schema when approaching common rheumatic disease presentations.
This webinar will address, the following:
After attending this webinar, participants will:
Hosted by AFHTO & ECHO Ontario Chronic Pain and Opioid Stewardship (UHN)
There is evidence that chronic opioid therapy has a negative impact on patients' quality of life and increasing the risk of serious complications like opioid use disorder, unintentional overdose and death. Tapering opioids can be challenging to the prescriber and to the patient, and there is not a lot of guidance on how to do it safely, comfortably and effectively.
HOSTED BY AFHTO & Couple HOPES
Please join this webinar with Dr. Candice Monson, Professor of Psychology at Ryerson University, Director of the IMPACT psychology research lab, and Registered Clinical Psychologist as she discusses posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and relationships.
During this webinar, you will learn about:
Shared by the Primary Care Vaccination QI Support CoP (AFHTO, AHC, NPLCA)
Dates: June 17th and July 8th, 2021 8:00 am to 9:00 am
Join to continue sharing learnings, tools and strategies primary care providers and primary care teams are using in the delivery of COVID-19 vaccines in Ontario.
Target Audience: Primary care providers, Executive Directors, Clinical Managers and staff involved in delivering vaccines to their patients and / or their communities.
Hosted by AFHTO, Alliance for Healthier Communities, Ontario health (Cancer Care Ontario), NPLCA & OCFP
In collaboration with our primary care partners and Ontario Health (Cancer Care Ontario), we will host a webinar to further explore guidance for resuming breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening and share stories from teams resuming cancer screening.
Geriatric Clinical Pharmacology and GeriMedRisk: Drug Safety for Older Adults beyond "Start Low, Go Slow"
HOSTED BY AFHTO & GeriMedRisk
In this webinar, Dr. Ho will review the pharmacology of aging and its impact on adverse drug events among seniors. Additionally, Dr. Ho will also introduce practical, accessible tools and services that primary care providers can use to optimize drug safety, including accessing GeriMedRisk.
Hosted by the CMOH, AFHTO, IPHCC & AHC
From Variants of Concern to changing directives on vaccines, understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve rapidly. The Indigenous Primary Health Care Council, the Alliance for Healthier Communities, and the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario are pleased to invite Dr.