Role of Grief and Bereavement in the Care of Health Care Providers and their Families During COVID-19
Hosted by Pallium Canada
HOST AND MODERATOR
Dr. José Pereira MBChB, CFPC(PC), MSc, FCFP
Professor and Director, Division of Palliative Care, Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
Scientific Officer, Pallium Canada
Prof. Carlos Centeno MD, PhD
Director, Palliative Care Department, University of Navarra Hospital
Main Researcher, Atlantes Research Program, Institute for Culture and Society, University of Navarra
Titular Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of Navarra
Increasing Access to Patients through Virtual Care Visits Webinar – Dec 10, 2019 12-1 pm
Join us for our next Primary Care Virtual Community session on November 21st 8:00am-9:30am, Ontario’s novel collaborative designed to unleash the power of primary care in health system change. More than 1,000 people have now connected through this virtual community, convened by The Change Foundation on behalf of the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario (AFHTO) and the Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP).
Now available: Synthesis of Potential High Impact Actions for Ontario
Mark your calendars! Our next virtual community meeting will be held on September 25th, 2019, 8:00am – 9:30am
Join CMHA, AMHO, and AFHTO for a 4-part webinar series on community and primary care QI projects and initiatives with a focus on mental health and addiction.
In preparation for Ontario Health Teams, learn about opportunities for collaboration with your local mental health and addiction agencies and how to work together to improve access, transitions, and quality of care.
The first webinar will be on June 13th, from 11:00am-12:00pm.
The Change Foundation has convened a Primary Care Virtual Community on behalf of the Ontario College of Family Physicians and the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario. The virtual session held in April 2019, was the first in a 4-part webinar series. This session builds on the momentum from an inaugural webinar on Primary Care and Health System Change that was held in Nov. 2018.
Chronic Non-Cancer Pain (CNCP) presents a serious challenge for Canada with severe social and economic cost. Chronic pain negatively impacts the quality of life of its sufferers. Individuals living with chronic pain are high users of healthcare services and therefore place a substantial demand on the healthcare system.
Self-management support (SMS) is considered an effective approach to chronic pain management however; the provision of SMS for chronic pain patients faces challenges within primary care facilities in Ontario.
Not sure if your team’s achievements merit recognition? Never submitted a nomination before? This webinar provides an overview of the AFHTO "Bright Lights" Awards nomination process. Specifically what reviewers are looking for and tips for writing a nomination.