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archived: November 2011

posted: 27 September 2011

HealthAchieve Education Sessions and Speaker Events

When: November 7, 8, & 9, 2011

Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, ON

More Information: With an expected 50 educational sessions and 250 speakers of the highest quality, this year’s HealthAchieve will again be the largest event of its kind in North America. Our keynote speakers include Michael J. Fox, Sugar Sammy, Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish, Jeremy Gutsche, Derek Foster, Jamie Orlikoff and many more! Don’t miss our special session on Interprofessional Care, November 8, 2011 at 1:30pm.

HealthAchieve attracts over 7,000 health care and business leaders from around the world who gather together to learn, build relationships, and share best practices. HealthAchieve also offers delegates a strategic and unparalleled opportunity for networking, often cited as the number one reason for attending the show. HealthAchieve is an ideal opportunity for exhibitors as well, providing the perfect environment for attracting new business, building relationships with customers, and strengthening existing partnerships.

Registration Information: www.healthachieve.com.



archived: November 2011

posted: 27 September 2011

Patient Safety Issues for Rehab Professionals Forum

Presented by Ontario Hospital Association

When: Monday, October 17, 2011

Where: Delta Chelsea Downtown Toronto Hotel,

Address: 33 Gerrard Street, Toronto, ON, M5G 1Z4

Target Audience: Audiologists, Chiropractors, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Professional Practice Leaders, and Team Leaders

From the Brochure:

Patient safety is a critical aspect of high quality health care (Canadian Patient Safety Institute, 2009). Regardless of practice setting, rehabilitation professionals continually work to provide safe care to their patients/clients. In 2009, the Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) released The Safety Competencies, a framework that identifies knowledge, skills and attitudes required for all health professions.

Areas of focus for this year’s conference include effective communication and how interprofessional teamwork contributes to a culture of patient safety, as well as balancing risk versus autonomy, recognizing, responding and managing safety risks.

Round table discussion has been built into the program throughout the day to facilitate active dialogue amongst participants while providing opportunity to consider learnings from the day to individual practice settings.

To learn more or register now please visit: www.oha.com/interprofessionalforum.



archived: September 2011

posted: 27 January 2011

2011 CARN National Rehabilitation Conference

Chronicity and Complexity:
Best Practices to Meet the Challenges in Rehab Nursing

and

Pre-Conference: Chronic Pain Management in Rehab


When: September 15 - 16, 2011, Pre-Conference: September 14, 2011

Where: Sheraton Laval, Quebec

More Info: Rehab nurses and professionals, managers, educators, policy makers, researchers, students, representatives from national and provincial nursing and rehab professional groups, and allied health professionals are invited to share their knowledge of best practices. The suggested presentation themes cover the various fields of health care: practice, education, management and research.

Visit the CARN website for contact information.



archived: May 2011

posted: 14 March 2011

6th Cardiac Rehabilitation Symposium &

12th Annual CRNO Education Day:

Fostering Heart Wellness

When: Friday, May 6, 2011

Where: Toronto Rehab’s Cardiac Rumsey Centre, 347 Rumsey Road

More Info: This compelling, interactive conference will focus on the impact of heart disease on our patients and families and the evidence-based supports and interventions that we can all deliver to help them regain their health and rebuild their lives.

Early bird rate ends on March 31, 2011.

Visit the Toronto Rehab Conference website to register and for a brochure with agenda, speakers and workshop information. Contact Conference Services at 416-597-3422 x3693 or conferences@torontorehab.on.ca



archived: May 2011

posted: 14 March 2011

2011 Complex Continuing Care Conference

Clinical Scholarship: Promoting Evidence-Informed Interprofessional Practice in CCC

When: Friday, April 8, 2011

Where: Sutton Place Hotel, 955 Bay Street, Toronto

More Info: This one day conference will bring together clinicians, physicians, managers and administrators to acknowledge and promote interprofessional clinical scholarship, disseminate innovations in practice and improvements in patient outcomes and discuss the challenges and future directions of Complex Continuing Care (CCC) in Ontario. This forum will be a first ever opportunity for individuals working in CCC to formally collaborate and share with each other as well as with their partners in Acute Care.

Visit the Toronto Rehab Conference website to register and for a brochure with agenda, speakers and workshop information. Contact Conference Services at 416-597-3422 x3693 or conferences@torontorehab.on.ca




archived: May 2011

posted: 9 March 2011

Download our AGM Poster (Acrobat PDF file) for more information. Please print and post. We look forward to seeing you there!

RSVP to kkrog@hollandbloorview.ca by April 2, 2011.



archived: March 2011

posted: 9 December 2010

Toronto Rehabilitation Institute’s

2011 Inaugural Geriatrics Symposium

Report Card on Elder Care: Making the Grade


When: Friday, February 25, 2011

Where: Sutton Place Hotel, 955 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario

More Info: Download the Geriatrics Symposium Brochure which contains the program agenda, workshop details and registration information (Adobe Acrobat pdf file).

As medical issues in geriatrics become increasingly complex, a better understanding of innovative approaches to care is required. This conference will appeal to those participating in interdisciplinary settings aimed at addressing the healthcare needs of an aging Canadian society. This must-attend event for all healthcare professionals and students working in the geriatrics field will include plenary sessions, an interactive panel discussion and hands-on workshops.

For more information about this exciting event, please find the event brochure attached and visit our website.