Chatham Daily News article published June 15, 2018 By Daily News Staff A Chatham family physician has been recognized with a prestigious award for her faculty work. Dr. Susan Munro recently received the Schulich Award of Excellence for Faculty in Community/Distributed Sites, from Western University, during an event in London.
Calling all AFHTO Members- it’s time to shine a light on your team’s accomplishments. Nominate an outstanding team or individual for a “Bright Lights” Award by July 20, 2018.
The “Bright Lights” Awards recognize leadership, outstanding work and significant progress being made to improve the value delivered by interprofessional primary care teams across Ontario. Select award recipients will receive an education grant. “Bright Lights” Award recipients are:
The Northern Ontario Academic Medicine Association (NOAMA) has awarded the COLFHT a $50,000 research grant to address inappropriate or overuse of benzodiazepines. NOAMA is the governance organization responsible for administering the Ministry of Health and OMA negotiated NOSM Academic Funding Plan to support the development of new and innovative approaches in health care delivery, and to support leadership in the dissemination of knowledge across the healthcare system.
The Emerging Role of Social Work in Primary Health Care: A Survey of Social Workers in Ontario Family Health Teams
AFHTO members have just released the 7th iteration of their performance measurement report, Data to Decisions 5.1. Voluntary participation in team-level measurement remains high. 90% of members have contributed so far, with over 60% in D2D 5.1. This makes D2D 5.1 a unique picture of primary care across the province, at the LHIN level, and (for the second time) at the sub-region level.
On Mar. 1, 2018 City of Lakes FHT was recognized for its contribution to healthcare at Northern Life’s 15th annual Community Builders Awards of Excellence. The award came soon after the team celebrated its 10th anniversary. “What’s happened in the last 10 years, not just locally but across the province, there’s been a transformation,” says Dave Courtemanche, the team’s ED.
Harnessing the power of machine learning for brain health
Ontario health innovation team awarded funding to explore how advanced technology can help spot and treat brain changes earlier on
Inner City FHT & Partners Receive More Funding for Housing Project for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
As of November 1, the Bridges to Housing (B2H) project received expanded funding to continue identifying and supporting persons with developmental disabilities (DD) experiencing homelessness.