The Ontario Hospital Association’s (OHA) Interprofessional Care Conference (IPC) will explore developments that have been made within the scope of collaborative care for patients, as well as data illustrating the progress that these initiatives have made in patient centred care. Attendees will be engaged with stimulating dialogue on successful IPC implementation, from policy to practice level.
Join this conference to learn more about the new Interprofessional Collaboration Project. The Federation of Health Regulatory Colleges (FHRCO) initiated a collaborative project with member Colleges to create a decision-making tool for point of care. The tool enables clinical teams to establish optimized roles, responsibilities, and services to fulfill patient needs through the clarification of practice expectations, shared across team members.
The purpose of this tool is to enable any health professional who is on a clinical team to optimize the benefits of interprofessional collaboration (IPC) while enhancing safe, effective, efficient quality care. It has been founded in the fundamental expectations for professional practice and interprofessional care – competence, authority, evolution, collaboration and accountability – and can be used by interprofessional teams across the full range of
Conference participants will:
• Learn how IPC has improved access to care in organizations
• Learn how to facilitate IPC dialogue with practical tools, strategies and simulations
• Gain knowledge of IPC models from various disciplines from across the country
Funding may be available for Ontario RNs and RPNs from the Nurse Education Initiative, which is funded by the
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC). For additional details, call 1-866-464-4405 or email
Health Professionals are eligible for reimbursement through the Allied Health Professional Development Fund (AHPDF). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Canadian College of Health Service Executives - Maintenance of Certification
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 2.75 Category II credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.