Collaborating Across Borders Conference

Tue, May 16, 2023 - Thu, May 18, 2023
Virtual Conference

Hosted by UHN, University of Toronto, and Cache


Collaborating Across Borders (CAB) is the premier North American conference focused on interprofessional education and collaborative healthcare. The CAB Conference was first launched in 2007 as a venue where educators, clinicians, researchers, policy makers, patients/family partners and students from both sides of the Canada-US border could engage in rich productive dialogue. The conference has expanded to a global audience in the last 15 years.

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.

Chronic Diseases Management: A Danish Perspective

Tue, May 09, 2023
Virtual Webinar

Hosted by Danish Life Sciences Forum, Royal Embassy of Denmark in Canada, and Healthcare DENMARK


Similar to Canada, the Danish public healthcare system is under pressure due to the increasing prevalence of chronic conditions and demographic shifts. To address this challenge, Denmark is focusing on: 
policies to improve health promotion and disease prevention,
finding new ways to address complex symptom management, and
enhance collaboration across sectors and specialties in the healthcare system.

Eating Disorders Quality Standard Webinar

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 Horizon Speaker Series: Navigating Towards the Future of Family Medicine

Fri, April 28, 2023
Virtual Webinar

Hosted by DFCM Chair Dr. Danielle Martin


Join us for a virtual fireside chat on incorporating peer counsellors into interprofessional care teams to enhance care. We will hear from Dr. Ruth Heisey and Dr. Bjug Borgundvaag, as well as peer counsellors from their teams. Dr. Heisey is the Department Head of Family and Community Medicine and Primary Care at Women’s College Hospital. Dr. Borgundvaag is Director of the Schwartz/Reisman Emergency Medicine Institute (SREMI) at the Sinai Health System.