Don’t miss out on this opportunity to join thought-provoking plenaries, vibrant discussions and networking with your peers. Register before early-bird rates end Monday (Sept. 28th).
Ontario’s health system is transforming to become more sustainable and person-centred; primary care is the critical component. Now is the time for leaders and collaborators to ask – how are we strengthening primary care to fill this need?
Team-Based Primary Care:
The Foundation of a
Sustainable Health System
| Danielle Martin
Bright Lights Awards Dinner
Celebrating primary care innovations
Evolution of a Sustainable Health System:
Where do we go from here?
Attendees at the AFHTO 2015 Conference will spend two session-packed days studying innovations in primary care, strengthening partnerships and addressing the challenges facing Ontario’s primary care teams.
Highlights include such diverse and relevant topics across 7 core themes:
|Concurrent Sessions||Posters||Interprofessional Collaboration as the Anchor of Team-Based Primary Care|
|Effective Governance for Quality in Primary Care||Leadership Session: Leading primary care through the next stage||EMR Communities of Practice Meetings (vendors included)|
This program has been accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 17 Mainpro-M1 credits.
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 2.5 Category II credits for Oct 27th Governance in Primary Care; 1.5 Category II credits for Oct 28th pre-conference (Leadership and IHP Sessions); 4 Category II credits for the Conference towards for their maintenance of certification requirement.