Malnutrition in Primary Care: Sum Zero
After attending this webinar, participants will:
Virtual Funding Opportunities for Primary Care
HOSTED BY AFHTO & oNTARIO hEALTH
Ontario Health will provide information and answer questions about FY2021-22 digital and virtual care provincial funding opportunities for Ontario Health Teams (OHTs) and In Development Team, including support for online appointment booking and virtual primary care projects. This funding is available to support health system recovery, accelerate health system transformation, and build OHT digital maturity.
Delivery of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Insomnia via Virtual Platform
Hosted by AFHTO & Queens FHT
In this webinar Cynthia and Erin will review the first line treatment for chronic insomnia and describe its components. They will also explore how to set up and run a virtual group program in a multidisciplinary team setting. Additionally, attendees will be provided with a general program outline as well as helpful tools and resources to individualize their own CBTi group program.
At the end of this session the participant will be able to:
Aggregate Primary Care Vaccination Report Info Sessions
Please join to learn more about the new COVaxON Aggregate Primary Care Vaccination Report, as helpful strategies are discussed for accessing the reports and using the information to reach out to patients to understand their needs and discuss the benefits of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
Target Audience: Primary care providers, Executive Directors, Clinical Managers, Decision Support or Administrative staff involved in Patient Enrollment Models of Care
Please register for one of the following sessions:
PTSD, Relationships & Accessible Support
HOSTED BY AFHTO & Couple HOPES
Please join this webinar with Dr. Candice Monson, Professor of Psychology at Ryerson University, Director of the IMPACT psychology research lab, and Registered Clinical Psychologist as she discusses posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and relationships.
During this webinar, you will learn about:
Geriatric Clinical Pharmacology and GeriMedRisk: Drug Safety for Older Adults beyond "Start Low, Go Slow"
HOSTED BY AFHTO & GeriMedRisk
In this webinar, Dr. Ho will review the pharmacology of aging and its impact on adverse drug events among seniors. Additionally, Dr. Ho will also introduce practical, accessible tools and services that primary care providers can use to optimize drug safety, including accessing GeriMedRisk.
Cancer screening during the pandemic and onwards
Hosted by AFHTO, Alliance for Healthier Communities, Ontario health (Cancer Care Ontario), NPLCA & OCFP
In collaboration with our primary care partners and Ontario Health (Cancer Care Ontario), we will host a webinar to further explore guidance for resuming breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening and share stories from teams resuming cancer screening.
Primary Care Vaccination QI Support CoP
Shared by the Primary Care Vaccination QI Support CoP (AFHTO, AHC, NPLCA)
Dates: June 17th and July 8th, 2021 8:00 am to 9:00 am
Join to continue sharing learnings, tools and strategies primary care providers and primary care teams are using in the delivery of COVID-19 vaccines in Ontario.
Target Audience: Primary care providers, Executive Directors, Clinical Managers and staff involved in delivering vaccines to their patients and / or their communities.
World Non-Communicable Diseases Congress 2023
Hosted by The World NCD Federation
The third World Non-Communicable Diseases Congress (WNCD 2023) is scheduled to take place from June 25 to 30, 2023 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Canada.
WNCD 2023 will gather international experts to advance knowledge and expertise on non-communicable diseases (NCD), to assess their impact globally and to develop public health measures and recommendations to mitigate and contain them.
Advancing Equity in Cancer Screening for Gender-Diverse Clients
HOSTED BY the alliance for healthier communities, indigenous primary health care council, nurse practitioner led clinics association, association of family health teams of ontario and ontario health
Ontario Health has developed new, gender-affirming cancer screening guidelines to support the health and wellbeing of Trans and Non-Binary clients. These groups often have lower screening rates than their peers due to outreach that misses eligible clients and screening practices that can trigger gender dysphoria.