Tuesday, November 13, 2018 from 8:30am to 4:30pm. The 2018 Food as Medicine Updateis a full day symposium for healthcare professionals designed to address the emerging interest in the gut microbiome in health and chronic disease. This series aims to address the knowledge-gap in continuing medical education related to the role of nutrition in patient care.Webcast registration is available by clicking here.
This online course, separated in six (6) modules, describes the design and function of the Ontario health system to help citizens, patients and caregivers get answers for their health-related concerns and to help them advocate for change when necessary.
November 28, 2018 12-1pm EDT rejoignez ce webinaire gratuit présenté par le McMaster Health Forum, qui décrit les éléments constitutifs du système de santé de l'Ontario, ainsi que la manière dont ces éléments constitutifs sont utilisés pour fournir des soins dans la province. Le matériel couvert permettra aux citoyens, aux patients et aux soignants d’être mieux placés pour défendre les changements qu’ils souhaitent voir dans leur système lorsque des opportunités se présentent.
November 14, 2018 from 12-1pm EST join this free webinar presented by the McMaster Health Forum, which describes the building blocks of Ontario's health system, as well as how those building blocks are used to provide care in the province. The material covered will ensure citizens, patients and caregivers are better positioned to advocate for the changes they want to see in their system when opportunities arise. Register here.
December 11, 2018at the Baycrest in Toronto join this innovation and networking forum for leaders who engage staff and students in learning about long-term care. Lean in & Learn: Improving care experiences through staff wellness & relational care. Workshop topics will include mindfulness leadership & relational care in practice, grief & loss, wellness through active compassion, and comfort care conversations for changes in condition. Register now!
November 22, 2018 at the Lanark Lodge in Perth join this innovation and networking forum for leaders who engage staff and students in learning about long-term care. Lean in & Learn: Improving care experiences through staff wellness & relational care. Workshop topics will include mindfulness leadership & relational care in practice, grief & loss, wellness through active compassion, and comfort care conversations for changes in condition. Register now!
Friday November 9, 2018 at the Trenton Seniors Club 105. The Alzheimer Society offers the Kay Stafford Caregiver Education Day which is an opportunity for local family caregivers to come together in a positive learning environment to better equip ourselves with the tools and tips needed to make sure we are looking after both ourselves and those we love. The afternoon speaker is Dr. John Puxty. Space is limited so pre-registration before October 25th is required for all participants. For more information or to register call 613-962-0892, toll free 1-800-361-8036.
Wed. Oct. 3rd, 2018 from 2-3pm EDT. Join presenters Barb Vermeulen & Johnathan Werynski as they discuss the basics of medical cannabis as well as an in depth look at available products, usage, administration methods and access to safe medication with an emphasis to the management of MS symptoms. To learn more or register, click here.
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 5:30pm at Bagnani Hall, Trent University. The 2018 Stephen Katz Lecture in Interdisciplinary Aging Studies. Dr. Amanda Grenier will be discussing the results of her four year ethnographic study on homelessness in Montreal, Quebec. Key findings highlight a shift in the age profile of homelessness in Canada, the lack of recognition of older people in strategies on homelessness, length of stay of older men compared to younger men, and insights from stakeholders and older people. This is a free accessible event, open to everyone. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 705-748-1011 ext. 6440.
Thursday, December 13th from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT) located at the Baycrest Centre in Toronto, Ontario. This workshop led by Dr. Brian Levine will provide the latest clinical-scientific information concerning the assessment of executive functions and evidence-based rehabilitation with Goal Management Training® (GMT). To register, click here.