Evidence and Models for Integrated Collaborative Care
An MP3C Course
Monday, July 10, 1 to 4:30 pm, Trillium Health Partners, Toronto
This foundational module will review the current evidence for integrated collaborative care, focusing on co-existing physical and mental health needs. Local models of integrated collaborative care will also be examined. Participants will gain skills, tools, and resources to propose a feasible model for implementation in their own practice setting.
Addressing Substance Use Advanced (Level 2) Champion Workshop - Six Nations Health Services
Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Mental Health and Addiction Initiative
Friday, July 15, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm., Hagersville, Ontario
Participants will gain a deeper understanding of advanced concepts in addiction, such as harm reduction and concurrent disorders. An in-depth look at sustaining implementation of best practices thorough the use of the RNAO Toolkit: Implementation of Best Practice Guidelines (2nd Edition) will be explored.
Patients and Families as Partners in Integrated Collaborative Care
An MP3C course
Monday, July 24, 1 to 4:30 pm, Trillium Health Partners, Toronto
This foundational module explores innovative, productive and practical approaches to involving patients and families in integrated collaborative care for people with mental and physical health needs. The module will create a unique opportunity to reflect on your practice and improve the engagement and activation of patients and families to be partners in their care. Strategies for collaboratively co-creating care plans and enhancing the therapeutic alliance will be examined. There will be a particular focus on the role of empathy and emotional self-regulations in creating productive partnerships.
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