April 10, 2019 from 12-1 PM EST.  Join presenter Patrick Rooney, PhD Candidate as he discusses the fundamentals of behavioural research; insights from behavioural science to help shape workplaces, processes and interactions and specific examples aimed at nudging better outcomes in healthcare. Register here.

November 20, 2018 from 1-2pm EST join Mark Cabaj for this free webinar discussing an  archetypical results framework that can be used to inform the thinking of any effort to "change" systems. To learn more or to register, click here.

Community Connect 2018, October 17-18th at the Hilton Suites Markham/Toronto. Immerse yourself in an environment of innovation, discovery and leading-edge thinking.This year's conference is an exceptional opportunity to connect with home care, independent living and community support service trailblazers - and network with thought leaders across various sectors and industries. Learn the latest about the big-picture systems drivers that impact our sector, engage with enterprising spirits who are re-imagining service delivery, and learn practical solutions to solve some of your most pressing operational concerns. This year's areas of special focus will include Workforce Issues; Strategies and Solutions; Health System Evolution; Leading for Influence and Impact; Innovation; and Excellence in Operations and Administration​. Register here.

The Caregiver Support Framework is a resource for healthcare providers to use in leading collaborative improvement plans with clients and caregivers. The Logic Model’s Vision, Objectives, and the Five Main Elements can be used to guide, plan and measure the impact of specific caregiver support activities such as, peer education, caregiver training, and respite programs. 11 pages. Last reviewed July 2018.

Tuesday, October 30th, 2018 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Infinity Convention Centre located on 2901 Gibford Dr., Ottawa. In collaboration with the Ottawa Hospital, IQ @ TOH, Bruyère Research Institute, the QUILT Network and the Regional Geriatric Program of Eastern Ontario, this conference will provide you the opportunity to share and learn about relevant practices that improve quality and safety of care for frail populations. For additonal information, please contact patientsafety@toh.ca. To register, click here

The authors developed a shared Electronic Health Record combined with a communication tool for community-dwelling frail older people and primary care professionals called the Health and Welfare Information Portal (ZWIP). This article describes the process evaluation of its implementation.

January 23, 2018 from 1-2pm EST join host Mark Cabaj while he talks with Micael Quinn Patton, one of the world's greatest evaluation pioneers and author of "Principles-Focused Evaluation: The GUIDE". Register here.

This document speaks to the need to build equality into home care and includes recommendations for policy makers.

June 28, 2017 12:00 – 1:00pm ESTTerry Montague  and Lesli Martin will be presenting about about the results of the 2016 Health Care In Canada survey.  They will explore how the survey can benefit organization’s decision-making process and share insights into predictions for future innovations and improvements.  Register here.

Toronto, Canada from June 20-21, 2017.  This years conference theme is "Expanding Implementation Perspectives: Engaging Systems”. The conference provides an opportunity to learn, share, network and socialize with others who are passionate about implementation science, practice, and policy

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