News & Events
Health System Integration Built on the Foundation of Team-Based Primary Health Care
Here’s your last chance for the year (or two) to complete your Bone Fit™ training in Kingston. Osteoporosis Canada will be bringing a workshop the Kingston YMCA for June 8-9, 2019. Since 2010, they have trained over 1500 health and fitness professionals from physiotherapists, kinesiologists, fitness trainers to yoga teachers, PTAs and OTAs. It’s been led by Dr. Judi Laprade from the University of Toronto and Dr. Caitlin McArthur from GERAS since day 1.
Hospice Palliative Care Ontario is very pleased to announce that the Health Care Consent Advance Care Planning and Goals of Care E-Learning Modules are now officially launched. Registration can be accessed at https://www.speakupontario.ca/e-learning-module/
The Modules are intended for Clinician Competency Training on HCC ACP GoC conversations where learners will move beyond advancing their knowledge & attitudes to develop clinical skills through:
My Kawartha Lakes article published Tuesday, May 14th, 2019
By My Kawartha Lakes
Health care agencies embark on joint self-assessment plan to capitalize on existing partnerships ahead of provincial changes
Several health care organizations in the City of Kawartha Lakes are discussing the formation of a local Ontario Health Team to better co-ordinate care and services for local residents.
The Change Foundation has convened a Primary Care Virtual Community on behalf of the Ontario College of Family Physicians and the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario. The virtual session held in April 2019, was the first in a 4-part webinar series. This session builds on the momentum from an inaugural webinar on Primary Care and Health System Change that was held in Nov. 2018.
ROI Announces Stories of Entrepreneurship - Case Studies and Webinar Series
ROI has compiled a series of Case Studies that highlight actions being taken to support entrepreneurship in communities throughout rural Ontario.
A webinar series will accompany the case studies, providing the opportunity to dive deeper into the experiences of the communities, organizations and entrepreneurs.
Beginning on May 28th, 2019, the webinar series will have four components:
This series of multimedia modules, directed at community-based practitioners, provides current information about the consequences of use of antimicrobial agents, general principles for antimicrobial stewardship in primary care, as well as strategies to optimize antimicrobial use in a variety of common clinical scenarios.
This online, self-paced course aims to: