Changing the Way We Work (COVID-19) Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians
COVID-19 and Measles Updates, and Supporting Primary Care
Please join us for the 72nd in our series “Changing the way we work” on Friday February 23, 2024. In this session, an infectious disease expert will provide updates on COVID-19, other circulating respiratory viruses, and the rising rate of measles infections. We will also hear from Ontario Health about their role in primary care and the work they are doing to help coordinate and support primary health care in Ontario. The main program will be held from 7:55-9:00am, with time for additional Q&A until 9:15am. We appreciate you submitting questions at registration to help us plan the session.
DATE: Friday February 23, 2023, 7:55 – 9:15am EST
Register for this session:
- Dr. Megan Devlin, Infectious Disease Physician, St. Joseph's Health Care and London Health Sciences Centre; Assistant Professor, Infectious Diseases, Western University, London, Ontario
- Dr. Elizabeth Muggah, Senior Clinical Advisor, Primary Care, Population Health and Value-based Health Systems, Ontario Health
- Dr. Mekalai Kumanan, OCFP President, Family Physician, Two Rivers Family Health Team, Chief of Family Medicine, Cambridge Memorial Hospital, Cambridge, ON
- Dr. Eleanor Colledge, CPD Program Director, University of Toronto and Family Physician, South East Toronto Family Health Team, Toronto, ON
The Changing the Way We Work (COVID-19) Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians is co-organized by the Quality and Innovation Program, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto, and the Ontario College of Family Physicians.
The Changing the Way We Work (COVID-19) Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians is a one-credit-per-hour Group Learning program that has been certified for up to a total of 32 credits.