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The Opioid Strategy in Ontario: How does Death Investigation fit in?

Multidisciplinary death investigation rounds November 19, 2018

Dr. Paul Dungey & Dr. Kieran Moore

Provincial Stroke Rounds - December 5, 2018

Topic:         Targeting Endovascular Thrombectomy (EVT) - Moving Towards a Streamlined System of Care

Presenter:  Dr. Grant Stotts, Director, Ottawa Stroke Program, Deputy Head, Division of Neurology, Ottawa Hospital

Within this course, the attendee with review topics related to Acute Coronary Sydrome

This course highlights sedation, analgesia and management of pain.

Within this course, the attendee will review Seizure Disorders, Head Injuries, Stroke, Headaches and Syncope

In this course, the attendee will review the physiology, pathophysiology and treatment for Infective Endocarditis, Myocarditis and Pericarditis

“From Committee to Community:

The Patient Safety Death Review Committee & Lessons Learned”

 

Presenter

Dr. Reuven Jhirad, Deputy Chief Coroner

Chair, Patient Safety Death Review Committee

 

Learning Objectives (after the session, the attendee will be able to):

  • Describe the Patient Safety Death Review Committee: its purpose and its impact
  • Identify where to find annual reports and case reports
  • Describe how case reports can be used for teaching, and to improve public safety

Within this Elective CME Course, the attendee with review Combative and Difficult Patients along with Delirium and Dementia types of Patients

Provincial Stroke Rounds “Endovascular Thrombectomy (EVT) - Moving Towards a Streamlined System of Care: A Case Study Review” was held this morning (February 7th, 2018) with Dr. Grant Stotts, Director, Ottawa Stroke Program, Deputy Head, Division of Neurology, Ottawa Hospital presenting.

Here is the video presentation from the June 6th Provincial Stroke Round Multi-site interprofessional implementation of the Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP) approach in stroke rehabilitation: Results of a multi-faceted Knowledge Translation (KT) intervention” presented by Beth Linkewich & Sara McEwen, hosted by the North & East GTA Stroke Network.