Poster session presented at: Family Medicine Forum (FMF) 2015; Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM) 2016 & Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) 2016 conferences.
Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) 27th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care, accepted poster presentation. Orlando, FL. 6-9 Dec 2015.
Centre for Effective Practice’s Tool Development Process: Working with Evidence, Experience, and Providers to Meet the Needs of LTC Homes for Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD)
Ontario Long-Term Care Association Conference. Toronto, ON. 23-25 Oct 2015.
Poster session presented at: Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) 2016 conference.
Presented at the joint Canadian Health Library Association / Medical Library Association Conference in Toronto, ON, May 2016.
We have trained more than 200 providers and decision makers in guideline development and appraisal skills. We’ve worked with partners such as the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, Clinical Practice Guidelines Institute, HELPinKids and the Canadian Rheumatology Association. Click here to learn more.
The Centre for Effective Practice (CEP) offered its Academic Detailing Service to support appropriate prescribing in Long-Term Care (LTC). It was offered to 41 LTC homes from September 2015 to March 2017. Two clinical topics were offered to LTC homes over this period. Funding was provided by the Province of Ontario through its Appropriate Prescribing Demonstration Project.
Now Available in TELUS PS Suite EMR. We partnered with TELUS to create a PS Suite custom form for our EMR & Preconception Health Care Tool. Click here to download the custom form and for instructions on how to import it into your Electronic Medical Records (EMRs).
The Centre for Effective Practice launched a Needs Assessment Survey in the Fall of 2014. The purpose of this survey was to engage primary care providers (specifically family physicians and primary care nurse practitioners) to determine topics of interest, how best meet their information needs and communication preferences. The results of this survey will help inform the development of clinical tools that are effective and relevant for primary care providers.