Telementoring in occupational medicine for Ontario primary health-care providers

Fri, April 22, 2022 - Fri, July 15, 2022

Hosted by ECHO OEM

Are you an Ontario primary health-care provider who treats or supports patients with injuries and illnesses that affect their ability to work? Project ECHO OEM is a telementoring program on occupational and environmental medicine set up just for you. Learn about best practices to better support patients in recovery and return to work or stay at work. Sessions are held via videoconference each Friday from April 22 to July 15, 2022. Registration is free and ongoing throughout the cycle.

Health In | Equity Conference

Fri, October 21, 2022 - Sat, October 22, 2022
Digital Conference

Hosted by CPD University of Toronto


The Canadian Children, Youth and Communities (CCYC) In | Equity Conference is an interdisciplinary conference designed to bring together pediatric health and allied health care professionals to address health care inequities from birth to adolescence using a family-centred approach.

Data To Action: Making Your Data Visible and Useful

Wed, September 28, 2022
Virtual Event

Hosted by The Techsoup Connect


Almost every organization has two superpowers. The first is the data that they have packed away in databases and spreadsheets, often collecting virtual dust on their servers. The second is the visual faculties of their donors, clients, board members and staff members. While most of us glaze over at the sight of a spreadsheet, humans are wired to process visual information at lightning speed. By visualizing our data, we make it more accessible and usable.

Lung Health Foundation: Spirometry Testing for Diagnosing Asthma and COPD in Primary Care – The Why and the How

Thu, June 16, 2022 - Wed, June 29, 2022
Zoom Series

Hosted by The Lung Foundation


Asthma and COPD are among the most common chronic diseases in Canada. In fact, almost 4 million Canadians have a label of asthma, and over 2 million have a label of COPD. People who are diagnosed with asthma or COPD are usually prescribed inhalers (also known as puffers), but rarely recommended pulmonary function testing to confirm the diagnosis.