Thank you for attending the Understanding Bronchiectasis Webinar, please find resources mentioned within the webinar below.
For any other resources please reach out to Isabelle LeClerc via email ILeclerc@bruyere.org.
- Travel recommendations
- Optimizing positional Article by Judy Bradley and Stuart Elborn
- Webinars available: COPD Foundation
- Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation Booklet for CHF
- Canadian Cardiovascular Society Guidelines for CHF
Primary care plays a central role in cancer screening but screening efforts don’t reach everyone.
The St. Michael’s Hospital Academic Family Health Team worked with patients living with low income to understand barriers to screening and co-design solutions. Join Drs. Aisha Lofters and Tara Kiran as they share practical, evidence-based ways to improve cancer screening rates and reduce income-related disparities.
Join CMHA, AMHO, and AFHTO for a 2ND of 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 implement quality improvement initiatives.
Increasing Access to Patients through Virtual Care Visits Webinar – Dec 10, 2019 12-1 pm
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.
We are so pleased you joined us on June 26th for the third session of the Primary Care Virtual Community and have shown interest in continuing your participation.
The Change Foundation is pleased to convene the primary care virtual community on behalf of the Ontario College of Family Physicians and the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario. The virtual community brings together those in primary care that are interested in leading in their context and supporting meaningful system change within the Ontario healthcare system.
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.
Presented by Marg Alfieri, Registered Dietitian and AFHTO Board Member.
Learning objectives of the webinar include:
Improving the health of older Canadians means identifying health problems early. It means providing timely support so that manageable concerns do not spiral out of control. And, above all, it means helping health care providers actively engage older patients and their family caregivers as partners in care. Patients want to make informed choices about their health and the care they receive, based on their personal values, preferences and goals, and informed by available evidence.