Looking for support with your 2022-23 collaborative Quality Improvement Plan? This webinar can help.
In partnership with the Alliance for Healthier Communities (AOHC) and the Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics Association (NPLCA), we are hosting a webinar to help primary care teams better understand Collaborative Quality Improvement Plans (cQIP) and start planning theirs for 2022/23.
Hosted by AFHTO & LUNG HEALTH FOUNDATION
The COVID-19 pandemic has required healthcare professionals to change the way care is delivered and has allowed for the development of innovative practices and partnerships for the continued provision of quality care.
This webinar will highlight practice changes and considerations for the diagnosis and management of chronic lung diseases such as COPD. This includes highlighting the challenges of respiratory diagnostics such as spirometry testing and policies and changes that were needed to provide a safe testing environment.
Your Role in Improving the Population Health of People at Risk or Living with Diabetic Foot Complications
Hosted by AFHTO & Wounds Canada
This interactive webinar will provide an overview of your role to improve the population health of people at risk or living with diabetic foot complications across the full continuum of care settings to improve patient experience, outcomes and costs.
By the end of the webinar participants will:
Supporting Older Persons at Home – Learning and Collaboration During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
Hosted by AFHTO & Provincial Geriatrics Leadership Ontario
Hosted by saegis and afhto
2020 was an unprecedented year in many ways, including the volume of breaches against Canadian healthcare organizations. We will explore Canadian data/trends from the Canadian Centre for Cybersecurity, discuss the top security threats facing your team, and explore best practices to decrease the risk of breaches in the clinic setting. We will take a look at what a cyber attack looks like, and how to respond if one should happen.
After this webinar you will be able to:
On February 26, we heard from teams that have stepped up to provide leadership for vaccine distribution in their communities. They spoke to work that is underway, including roll-out and operation of mass immunization clinics, utilisation of mobile units to reach vulnerable people, and collaboration with primary care partners.
They shared unique examples of work in their regions; offered guidance and advice; and spoke to planning considerations and lessons learned.
The following leaders presented and answered questions:
Engaging and Supporting Caregivers in Primary Care Teams: Working together to improve outcomes and enhance the patient, caregiver, and family experience
Hosted by Ontario Caregiver Organization & AFHTO
The Ontario Caregiver Organization is pleased to offer a learning opportunity for AFHTO members. There are 3.3 million family caregivers in Ontario who play a critical role in health outcomes. This webinar will highlight resources and opportunities for primary care teams to support and engage caregivers:
Hosted by Choosing Wisely Canada & AFHTO
Engaging primary care providers in quality improvement can play an important role in improving practice, enhancing patient experiences, and reducing unnecessary tests and treatments. This is particularly relevant now, as the pandemic has further emphasized the importance of resource stewardship given the urgent care needs and constraints related to COVID-19.
hosted by ontario health - mental health & addictions centre of excellence
In this session, Dr. David Clark describes how integrating measurement-based care resulted in improved patient outcomes and more efficient service delivery in the United Kingdom, starting a revolution in evidence-based psychotherapy implementation that is expanding across Britain, Norway and Australia, and now into Ontario.
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