Events

Together We Care 2023

Mon, March 27, 2023 - Wed, March 29, 2023
Toronto Congress Centre

Hosted by Ontario Long Term Care Association

Objectives

Together We Care is the largest and most comprehensive learning and networking experience for professionals in long-term care and retirement living. Featuring top-notch speakers and change-maker sessions that educate and inspire more than 1,200 delegates including site owners, senior managers and department heads from a cross-section of both Ontario’s long-term care and retirement communities sectors.

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Primary Care and COVID-19 Support CoP Monthly Call

Wed, January 11, 2023 - Mon, June 12, 2023
Monthly Series

Hosted by Ontario Health

The Community of Practice hosted by Ontario Health to support Primary Care and Covid-19, holds monthly calls, and the new registration link for the first 7 months in 2023 is listed below.  Sign up once and save all recurring calls in your calendar using the zoom prompt. Specific details about our objectives and clinical contributors are contained in the attached poster.

New Horizons Speaker Series - Carolyn Bennett

Thu, December 08, 2022
Virtual Speaker Series

Hosted by DFCM, University of Toronto

Objectives

Join U of T Department of Family and Community Medicine Chair Dr. Danielle Martin for a virtual fireside chat with the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, as she shares what inspired her to enter politics, the skills from family medicine that serve her well in her current work and the ways in which family doctors can engage successfully with policymakers.

Dec. 9, 8-9am ET 

OHT Supports Events Calendar

Mon, December 05, 2022 - Mon, January 09, 2023
Virtual Forum

Hosted by Rise - mcmaster health forum

Objectives
 
Interested in learning from Ontario Health Team (OHT) leaders, members of the OHT Central Program of Supports, and other health-system partners committed to the success of OHTs? The events in this series (many of which are webinars) are designed to support OHTs to learn and improve rapidly in their use of a population-health management approach to moving the needle on quadruple-aim metrics, as well as in putting in place the eight OHT building blocks. Upcoming events include: