2023 University of Toronto DFCM Conference

Thu, May 11, 2023 - Fri, May 12, 2023
BMO IFL 3550 Pharmacy Avenue Toronto, ON M1W 3Z3

Hosted by DCFM


Join us for the 2023 DFCM Conference as we come together to celebrate the academic endeavours of DFCM colleagues and the vital partnerships that help us build healthier communities for all. 

This year's theme is "DFCM: Strengthening health systems through academic excellence, connection and collaboration." The two-day event will feature keynote addresses, panel discussions, research presentations, interactive workshops, clerkship advocacy projects, oral papers, a poster session, and networking opportunities.

QI Innovations: Better Data, Better Decisions, Better Outcomes 

Tue, April 18, 2023
Virtual Conference

Hosted by Ontario health MH and addictions centre of excellence


As Ontario Health’s Mental Health and Addictions Centre of Excellence supports Ontario in building a comprehensive and connected mental health and addictions system, we will spotlight key initiatives we are working on. This time we feature an introduction to the Indigenous Mental Health Team that supports health equity work within the Mental Health and Addictions Centre of Excellence.
QI Innovations: Better Data, Better Decisions, Better Outcomes 

Eating Disorders Quality Standard Webinar

Thu, April 13, 2023 - Fri, May 05, 2023
Virtual Webinar

Hosted by Ontario Health

Eating Disorders Quality Standard: 
This quality standard consists of nine quality statements that describe what high quality care looks like for people of all ages with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder, and applies to all care settings. The accompanying patient guide and caregiver guide can help inform conversations between health care providers and people with an eating disorder and their families and caregivers. 

New Horizons: Navigating towards the future of family medicine

Fri, March 31, 2023
Virtual Webinar - 4pm EST

Hosted by University of Toronto dfcm

Join us for a conversation with Dr. Kwame McKenzie, CEO of Wellesley Institute, on how family doctors and primary care providers can better link their work in education, research, and quality improvement to the social determinants of health, and how to partner with organizations that serve communities to be more socially accountable in their work.

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Autism and Mental Health Series presented by Disability Health Equity Research Network

Tue, March 28, 2023
Virtual Webinar

Hosted by Disability Health Equity Research Network


"All teach – all learn”: Lessons learned about mental health and developmental disabilities during the pandemic
Presented by the Disability Health Equity Research Network, with guest speaker, Dr. Yona Lunsky, Director of the Azrieli Adult Neurodevelopmental Centre and the Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities Program (H-CARDD) at the Center for Addiction and Mental Health.

Tuesday, March 28th  2:00-3:00 PM EDT


Together We Care 2023

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

Hosted by Ontario Long Term Care Association


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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Virtual Town Hall: Journey with depression: Experiences accessing treatment and services

Thu, March 23, 2023
Virtual Event

Hosted by ODPRN


The ODPRN Citizens’ Panel recently launched an initiative to raise awareness and understanding of current drug policy issues experienced by the general public by providing a platform for meaningful conversation between citizens of Ontario.

This Town Hall on Thursday March 23, 2023 from 12:00 – 1:30pm EDT will focus on experiences accessing treatment and services for depression, such as: