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Improving Care through the use of Innovative Practices for Mental Health and Addictions

Learning objectives:

Gain an understanding and learn more about the Innovative Practices for Mental Health and Addictions

  • Listen to and reflect on a patient story
  • Collaborate with your colleagues and hear about how these practices may be implemented in your Health Link
  • Understand the purpose and approach to measuring the impact of the practices

When: Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.

Moderated by: Shannon Brett, Manager, Program Delivery

West Toronto Health Link,
Terry Dunn, Case Manager, Intensive Care Management Program, Regeneration Community Services,
Ontario Common Assessment of Need (OCAN): Enhancing Coordinated Care

Thousand Islands Health Link,
Melinda Billett, BSc (bio-med), MN: ANP, Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner, and Care Coordinator,
How Health Links and Primary Care can support individuals seeking treatment for addictions



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