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Jan, 29 2021

Virtual Learning Exchange in Virtual Primary Care: Enhancing Equity and Access

Participate in a collaborative online learning exchange with northern health leaders, patient and Indigenous partners, in virtual primary care.

Feb, 01 2021

2021 Data Privacy Week presented by PSICC

The 2021 Data Privacy Week presented by PSICC, is an informal community collaboration between the organizations below dedicated to discussing the importance of maintaining privacy for citizens as we increasingly use, collect, and re-use data in our interactions between citizens and public institutions. The challenges our public sector institutions are facing...and will face may seem daunting, and many concerns around the misuse of data exist, however as a Community that supports each other we can tackle the many challenges that lay ahead.

Feb, 04 2021

Webinar: COVID 19 Surveillance - Reporting, learning and sharing from the Canadian Nosocomial Infection Surveillance Program

Patients should never have to worry about getting an infection while in hospital. Yet every year, many hospitalized Canadians continue to acquire an infection during their hospital stay. Viral respiratory infections (VRI) cause increased morbidity and mortality in both adult and pediatric healthcare settings. The emergence of SARS, avian influenza, novel H1N1 influenza, MERS-CoV and, recently, COVID-19 have underlined the need for data to inform infection prevention and control practices for respiratory pathogens in healthcare settings. A hospital's ability to prevent nosocomial transmission of COVID-19 and other VRI, is dependent upon their ability to track VRI in both the community and in healthcare settings. The Canadian Nosocomial Infection Surveillance Program (CNISP) is a system that tracks VRI and other infection among adults and pediatric patients in Canadian hospitals.

Feb, 08 2021

CFHI/CPSI Webinar Series: Next Steps in COVID-19 Response in Long-Term Care and Retirement Homes

To help support the LTC and retirement home sector to rapidly share with and learn from each other, and strengthen pandemic preparedness, the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement and the Canadian Patient Safety Institute launched LTC+ Acting on Pandemic Learning Together (LTC+). As part of the program, we are running a virtual learning series – Next Steps in COVID-19 Response in Long-Term Care and Retirement Homes – to bring people together to share promising practices and learn from others tackling similar challenges.

Feb, 11 2021

French Webinar: Actioning Quality and Safety: 5 Goals to Align Canada on Quality and Patient Safety

Join us Thursday, February 11, at 10am MT/ 12pm ET, where French-speaking panelists will share how we can all work together to accelerate quality and patient safety across Canadian health systems by focusing on five goals for safe, quality care. Patients and families, health teams, policymakers, board members and health leaders will not want to miss this engaging panel featuring the Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI), Health Standards Organization (HSO) and other health leaders.

Feb, 22 2021

PSICC Presents: The 2021 Virtual Healthcare Confab

Continuing care for patients in a post-pandemic world

Mar, 05 2021

Virtual Learning Exchange in Virtual Primary Care: Patient and Family Centred Care

Participate in a collaborative online learning exchange with northern health leaders, patient and Indigenous partners, in virtual primary care.

Mar, 08 2021

CFHI/CPSI Webinar Series: Next Steps in COVID-19 Response in Long-Term Care and Retirement Homes

To help support the LTC and retirement home sector to rapidly share with and learn from each other, and strengthen pandemic preparedness, the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement and the Canadian Patient Safety Institute launched LTC+ Acting on Pandemic Learning Together (LTC+). As part of the program, we are running a virtual learning series – Next Steps in COVID-19 Response in Long-Term Care and Retirement Homes – to bring people together to share promising practices and learn from others tackling similar challenges.