2023 On Demand Sessions

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


Concurrent and on demand 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.

On-Demand Sessions

The sessions listed on this page are pre-recorded and will be released on the date and time listed for you to watch at your perusal anytime during the conference, and after the conference for a limited time as well. For concurrent sessions visit here.

Release Date Theme Title
2023-10-25 Theme 1 D1-a - A Postal Code Visualization of Patient Distribution and Referrals to Mental Health and Psychiatry Programs at the Hamilton Family Health Team
2023-10-25 Theme 1 D1-b - Poppy: Robotic Process Automation for Population Health
2023-10-25 Theme 1 D1-c - Expanding Team Based Care Through Partnership
2023-10-25 Theme 2 D2-a - Working to the Full Scope of Practice - Nursing in Primary Care Offices
2023-10-25 Theme 2 D2-b - Introducing medical scribes: role redesign and practical tips
2023-10-25 Theme 3 D3 -Primary care at the centre of an integrated health care system: the experience of the FLA OHT
2023-10-25 Theme 4 D4-a - Primary Care and Improving Equity for People with Eating Disorders
2023-10-25 Theme 4 D4-b - Shifting Gears, Creating Clear Paths  for Patients through Strategic Mental Health Navigation
2023-10-25 Theme 4  D4-c Innovative Partnership Between Public and Private Sector to Treat Patient’s with Addiction and Mental Health Challenges…The Right and Equitable Service at the Right Time
2023-10-25 Theme 4 D4-d - Anxiety Disorders and Major Depression in Primary Care: Supporting Clinicians and Patients through Evidence2Practice Ontario


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