2022 Concurrent Sessions

Our concurrent session presentations are organized into three 45-minute timeslots and four themes. To help you plan your conference schedule, we have arranged the sessions by date, concurrent session, time, theme, and title.


Concurrent session presentations were chosen by working groups consisting of AFHTO members across Ontario, representing the full breadth of professions within collaborative primary care. Submissions were chosen for reflecting the conference theme, usefulness/applicability to interprofessional primary care teams, innovativeness, evidence of impact, and clear learning objectives.

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Date Concurrent Session and Time Location Title
2022-10-12 11:00 - 11:45 am Willow Centre The value of IHPs in team based primary care:  large scale measurement and effects on outcomes
2022-10-12 11:00 - 11:45 am Willow East Seeing the forest, not just the trees: Testing a new comprehensive measure of quality in primary care
2022-10-12 11:00 - 11:45 am Chestnut East

The Hamilton Income Clinic: A novel interdisciplinary clinic model to assist people experiencing homelessness with Ontario Disability Support Program applications

2022-10-12 11:00 - 11:45 am Willow West Kinesiologists: A Key Primary Care Team Member
2022-10-12 11:00 - 11:45 am Chestnut West The “Good Enough” Parent: Supporting Caregivers of Adult Children with Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders
2022-10-12 1:45- 2:30 pm Willow Centre Collaborative OHT Approach Makes COVID-19 Therapeutics Accessible in the Community
2022-10-12 1:45- 2:30 pm Chestnut West Affirming Care for Trans People: Experiential Education for an Interprofessional Care Team
2022-10-12 1:45- 2:30 pm Chestnut East NP-Led Adult ADHD Assessment & Management Program for FHT
2022-10-12 1:45- 2:30 pm Willow West Medical Nutrition Therapy 2.0: How a Digital Technology (RxFood) for New Dietary Diagnostics Met the Quadruple Aims
2022-10-12 1:45- 2:30 pm Willow East If you build it, better care will come – Eating Disorders Management Resources for Primary Care 
2022-10-12 2:45- 3:30 pm Willow Centre Primary Care’s Role in COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts in Ontario
2022-10-12 2:45- 3:30 pm Chestnut East Black Same Gender Loving Men: Navigating Structural Barriers and Anti-Black Racism in Health Care
2022-10-12 2:45- 3:30 pm Willow East Dementia care partner education using the iGeriCare web-based platform
2022-10-12 2:45- 3:30 pm Osgoode A framework to support the progressive implementation of integrated team-based care for the management of COPD: A collective case study
2022-10-12 2:45-3:30pm Willow West Why Develop Guidance for the Clinically Appropriate Use of Virtual Care in Primary Care?
2022-10-12 2:45- 3:30 pm Chestnut West Delivering a universal parenting program using physician versus self-referral: A comparison of two virtual groups and lessons learned


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Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to:
- Full conference, 2.5 Category II credits
- On-demand sessions, maximum of 2.75 Category II credits*
towards their maintenance of certification requirement.

* Pre-recorded on-demand sessions will accrue the following MOC II credits:
• 1 session = 0.25
• 2 sessions = 0.75
• 3 sessions = 1.25
• 4 sessions = 1.5
• 5 sessions = 2
• 6 sessions = 2.25
• 7 sessions = 2.75

This Group Learning program has been reviewed by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and is awaiting final certification by the College’s Ontario Chapter.