CanIMPACT: Highlights from a pan-Canadian multi-disciplinary team examining coordination of cancer care

May 17, 2018

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4:30am–6:30am

Details

Keynote presentation: 4:45 - 5:45

CanIMPACT: Highlights from a pan-Canadian multi-disciplinary team examining coordination of cancer care

CanIMPACT is a DFCM-led team of family physicians, cancer specialists, researchers, decision-makers, and patients studying the ways to improve coordination between primary care and cancer care. Six members of the team will present highlights from our

Phase 1 mixed methods research, as well as an overview of the trial to test an online communication system for family physicians and cancer specialists.

Presenters: Dr. Eva Grunfeld, Dr. Mary Ann O’Brien, Dr. Patti Groome, Dr. Aisha Lofters, Dr. June Carroll, Bojana Petrovic

 

DFCM Workshop: 5:45 - 6:30

Dr. Nick Pimlott: “The Writing Club": An Inter-professional Peer Support Writing Group in an Academic Family Health Team

Sharing with the audience 6 years’ experience with a peer support writing group at the Women's College Academic Family Health Team, its impact on our academic productivity and its influence in creating a "community of scholarship", particularly for our academic family physician faculty.

 

 

Attend in person: 500 University Ave., Room 365

Attend online: http://uoftfamilymedicine.adobeconnect.com/researchrounds/

Research

Location

Attend in person: 500 University Ave., Room 365

Contact

Contact Family.HealthCare@utoronto.ca for more details
2018-05-17 08:30:00 2018-05-17 10:30:00 UTC CanIMPACT: Highlights from a pan-Canadian multi-disciplinary team examining coordination of cancer care Keynote presentation: 4:45 - 5:45 CanIMPACT: Highlights from a pan-Canadian multi-disciplinary team examining coordination of cancer care CanIMPACT is a DFCM-led team of family physicians, cancer specialists, researchers, decision-makers, and patients studying the ways to improve coordination between primary care and cancer care. Six members of the team will present highlights from our Phase 1 mixed methods research, as well as an overview of the trial to test an online communication system for family physicians and cancer specialists. Presenters: Dr. Eva Grunfeld, Dr. Mary Ann O’Brien, Dr. Patti Groome, Dr. Aisha Lofters, Dr. June Carroll, Bojana Petrovic   DFCM Workshop: 5:45 - 6:30 Dr. Nick Pimlott: “The Writing Club": An Inter-professional Peer Support Writing Group in an Academic Family Health Team Sharing with the audience 6 years’ experience with a peer support writing group at the Women's College Academic Family Health Team, its impact on our academic productivity and its influence in creating a "community of scholarship", particularly for our academic family physician faculty.     Attend in person: 500 University Ave., Room 365 Attend online: http://uoftfamilymedicine.adobeconnect.com/researchrounds/ Attend in person: 500 University Ave., Room 365 discovery.commons@utoronto.ca
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