How to achieve quick wins when implementing Ontario’s Delirium Quality Standard


Delirium is a preventable harm for your older patients which can lead to functional decline and death. Do you have reliable and consistent processes across your organization to prevent or manage it?  

Regardless of your type or size of organization, or where you’re starting from (getting started or building on successes, or anything in between), our new Practical Implementation Guide for Ontario’s Delirium Quality Standard is intended to help you elevate your practice in delirium care. 

The guide focuses on achieving quick wins and includes:

  • steps for assembling a team, including a sample “elevator pitch”
  • ready-to-use change ideas with tips on prioritizing which one to start with first
  • steps for action planning, including a  planning template, an action plan template, and strategies for overcoming common implementation barriers

Delirium care is an important component of senior friendly care (sfCare). sfCare is evidence-based and foundational care that meets the unique needs of older adults. It is not an add-on to care, and must be woven into the fabric of care for every older adult across every part of the healthcare system, especially during a pandemic. 

The best time to start protecting the well-being of your older patients by addressing the gaps in delirium care is now! Addressing delirium care as a priority during pandemic recovery will be an important enabler for patient flow and outcomes while the system collectively addresses the backlog for healthcare services.

Feedback is welcome on this guide, feel free to connect with an sfCare coach:
RGP of Toronto

Delivery of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Insomnia via Virtual Platform

Wed, July 21, 2021
ZOOM Webinar

Hosted by AFHTO & Queens FHT

In this webinar Cynthia and Erin will review the first line treatment for chronic insomnia and describe its components.  They will also explore how to set up and run a virtual group program in a multidisciplinary team setting.   Additionally, attendees will be provided with a general program outline as well as helpful tools and resources to individualize their own CBTi group program. 

At the end of this session the participant will be able to:   

Cancer screening during the pandemic and onwards

Mon, June 21, 2021

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"

Thu, June 24, 2021
ZOOM Webinar


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.