A public health approach to community overdose response planning works to prevent overdose deaths, promote access to substance use services, and strengthen system responses to promote health equity.
This webinar will:
- Describe the key elements of a community overdose response plan.
- Introduce tools to assess a community’s current state and overdose response needs.
- Describe how to develop and implement a community overdose response plan.
This webinar is hosted by the CAMH Provincial System Support Program.
Clinical and non-clinical staff on campuses across Ontario support students while navigating and respecting their privacy on a daily basis. At times this can lead to questions and confusion.
This webinar will provide them with information on:
- How The Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004 (PHIPA) and The Health Care Consent Act, 1996 (HCCA) apply to campuses.
- How common campus scenarios play out play out under Ontario’s privacy and consent legislation.
- Anna Tersigni Phelan (Chief Privacy, Risk, and Health Information Officer, Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington)
- Meredith Gardiner (Director of Services, Regional, Canadian Mental Health Association)
This webinar is hosted by the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health.
During this webinar presentation, York Region Paramedic Services will highlight key features of York Region’s Paramedic Peer Support Team including the use of a dedicated peer support vehicle.
Specifically, participants will learn about why organizations should consider implementing a peer support program as a proactive way of supporting employees that may be struggling.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear about practical on the ground experiences in implementing a peer support program, including:
- key benefits;
- success factors and challenges; and
- tips for other organizations looking at implementing a similar model.
John Anderson, ACP
Superintendent, York Region Paramedic Services
This webinar is hosted by York Region Paramedic Services.
This webinar will describe the new LGBTQ supplement of Ontario’s Health Equity Impact Assessment (HEIA), which will be launched soon.
This companion to the HEIA tool, developed by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) and Rainbow Health Ontario (RHO), addresses the unique needs and concerns of LGBTQ populations.
In this webinar you will explore:
- Health disparities and specific health needs among LGBTQ populations
- Approaches to policy and program design that take into account the needs of these communities
- How to use HEIA to identify and prevent unintended health equity impacts on LGBTQ populations.
This webinar is hosted by the Health Equity Impact Assessment (HEIA) Community of Interest.
SafeTALK is a 3.5 hour workshop where you will learn:
- To be a suicide alert helper
- To be aware that opportunities to help a person with thoughts of suicide are sometimes missed, dismissed and avoided
- To use TALK steps (Tell, Ask, Listen and Keep Safe) and activate a suicide alert
- How and where to connect persons with thoughts of suicide to further help and care
To register to attend, please request a registration form by email.
This training is hosted by Distress Centre Niagara.
This engaging webinar will focus on:
- Enhanced understanding of telemedicine and its role in health care
- Understanding of what’s available in telemedicine in Ontario
- Telemedicine and mental health: psychiatric appointments, healthcare team meetings, Big White Wall
- How telemedicine helps family caregivers
Presenter: Dr. Rob Williams -Chief Medical Officer for the Ontario Telemedicine Network and co-founder of NORTH Network. A family physician, Dr. Williams began his practice in Timmins in 1976, where he served as Chief of Staff for 15 years.
This webinar is hosted by VHA Home HealthCare.
This conference is for students with an interest in quality improvement. Whether they are already engaged in an improvement project or interested in becoming involved, SEQI will offer students opportunities to network with other Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Chapters, quality improvement specialists, healthcare professionals, students, and more!
Topics will include transdisciplinary quality improvement innovations, leadership in change, and quality improvement across healthcare sectors, in an interactive fashion. Student storyboard presentations will also be highlighted, allowing students to promote their work and engage with other change agents.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
This conference is hosted by the Institute for Health Improvement.