Webinar: Introduction to the BETTER Program
Monday, December 13 | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
BETTER is an innovative, person-centred, and evidence-informed program that can help people aged 40-65 reduce their risk of cancer and chronic disease. Learn more about the program and webinar presenters here, and register now to join us for a special Lunch ‘n’ Learn webinar about how this program can support your team’s prevention work.
Ongoing education opportunities
Indigenous Health training opportunities
- Indigenous Primary Health Care Council launches Anishinaabe Mino’Ayaawin – People In Good Health training program. Foundations of Indigenous Cultural Safety is the first course being released, and is created for individuals in the healthcare system to learn the importance of adopting culturally safe and appropriate practices when serving Indigenous clients and patients. The information and curriculum are accompanied by tools, resources, assessments and checklists so that individuals are better equipped to respond and provide culturally safe care. Learn more here.
- Indigenous Relationships and Cultural Safety online training, Cancer Care Ontario. More info here.
- Indigenous Cultural Safety Training offered by San’yas: a rolling series of interactive modules and group learning that addresses the need for increased Indigenous cultural safety within the system. It brings to light the service provider bias and the legacies of colonization that continue to negatively affect service accessibility and health outcomes for Indigenous people. More info here
Mainpro+® Self-Study Program for Physicians: Understanding Quality Standards Programming in Primary Care
Earn CME credits by reading quality standards relevant to primary care.This one-credit-per-hour Self-Learning program has been certified by the CFPC Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 48.75 credits. To learn more or to enroll in the program, contact: UnderstandQS@ontariohealth.ca.
SPIDER Learning Collaborative: De-prescribing dangerous medications
12-month learning collaborative, starting this fall. Alliance for Healthier Communities.
EMR queries will be provided to help identify clients who would benefit. Contact Jennifer Rayner for more information.
Free online CPD course – safer, more inclusive STBBI care
Online course, 4 hours
From the Canadian Public Health Association – Provide safer, more inclusive carefor sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections – a free online CPD course for family physicians and other clinical care providers. Explores the stigma and discrimination often encountered by patients seeking treatment for sexual health, substance use or STBBIs.
FREE specialized training and supplies for people likely to encounter an opioid overdose
Heart to Heart CPR has completed Phase 1 of their “Peer Support Responder” program that provides free advanced overdose training and protective equipment for people most likely to encounter, witness or experience opioid poisoning. Email email@example.com to secure your spot.
Virtual Care Privacy and Security Training
Training is available online from OMD – click here for details.
Brush Up on your 18m Well Baby Visit
MacHealth has some great interactive resources and a virtual CME program.
More info here
Project ECHO – Always Ongoing and Many New Topics!
Join for CME on one of these topics:
- Addiction Medicine
- Adult Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
- Care of the Elderly
- Care of the Elderly – Dementia
- Care of the Elderly – LTC
- Child and Youth Mental Health
- Chronic Pain and Opioid Stewardship
- Complex Patient Management (MH + Physical)
- Epilepsy- Adult
- Epilepsy – Child and Youth
- First Nations, Inuit and Metis Wellness
- Mental Health
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Ontario Bariatric Network
- Pediatric Complex Care
- Pediatric Obesity Management
- Pediatric Pain
- Pediatric Palliative Care
- Skin and Wound
- Trans and Gender Diverse Health Care