ECHO Ontario Conference 2023

Fri, January 27, 2023
Virtual Event

Hosted by ECHO Ontario


The ECHO Ontario Conference brings together ECHOs and stakeholder groups in Ontario to celebrate success, share ideas and collaborate to better support healthcare providers in Ontario. This virtual event will include expert speakers and panel discussions as well as interactive workshops.

Upon completion of the conference, participants will be able to:

• Define integrated care and identify how the ECHO model can support it for better patient outcomes

2023 Family Medicine Summit

Thu, January 26, 2023 - Fri, January 27, 2023
Education Conference

Hosted by OCFP


We are pleased to invite you to attend the OCFP’s 2023 Family Medicine Summit. Our annual education conference will launch with two livestream days on January 27 and January 28, with additional pre-recorded sessions available on demand.

The FMS is created by family physicians, for family physicians, to deliver timely and relevant, evidence-based information to help you manage today's challenges so you can thrive in your practice.

Introduction to CARF Network Standards for OHTs

Tue, January 24, 2023
Virtual Webinar

Hosted by CARF Canada

CARF Canada, a well-established, non profit accreditor of health and human services, is providing this complimentary webinar to describe the relevance of our unique Network standards for OHTs. CARF’s Network standards provide a framework of person-centred, international best-practice for networked entities ("backbone structures"), while allowing participating providers/partners the freedom to choose

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.

Supporting Caregivers Supports Patients- The Critical Role of Primary Care in Preventing Caregiver Burnout

Thu, November 24, 2022
ZOOM Webinar



There are 4 million caregivers across Ontario, providing an estimated 75% of the care to family members, partners, friends, or neighbours. Caregiver well-being has an impact on patient health outcomes – well-supported caregivers are more likely to provide better care. Primary care providers can play a key role in preventing burnout and enhancing caregiver well-being by initiating early interventions and connecting caregivers to support.