HealthTO special presentation: VRx

Join OpenLab in the Special Edition of HealthTO during Health Innovation Week that will showcase Toronto startups, companies and organizations that are paving the way in healthcare through technology. At this event, a special presentation will be held by VRx. HealthTO will also showcase many of these innovators and the many more that are helping to grow the health technology ecosystem in Toronto. Tickets available here: https://www.meetup.com/HealthTO/events/238295616/   ...

5th Annual National Forum on Patient Experience

Improve Outcomes, Quality of Care, and Transform your Patient Experience!   The 5th Annual National Forum on Patient Experience is the only event dedicated to patients and professionals from across the country in coming together to address important issues in patient-and-family-centred-care.   In the wake of the Patients First Act and medical-assistance in dying (MAID), funding cutbacks across the board, and new Accreditation standards, it is now more important than ever for you to put your patients at the centre of your care.   Discover where PFCC is heading on a national level, and what your organization needs to do to improve:   ROI in PX: Demonstrate the value of PFCC to leadership and staff MAID Legislation: Effectively communicate and maintain trust Patients First Act: Gain insight directly from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care Staff Experience: Ingrain PFCC through staff engagement and education Home and Community Care: Engage with hard-to-reach patients   Come together with leading healthcare experts at Canada’s first and longest-running conference on patient experience!   For more information please visit – https://goo.gl/SbMbuA Download your free copy of the...

Cracked: New Light On Dementia Performance

Cracked is an innovative research-based play that follows persons with dementia and their families on their unique journeys with dementia, from diagnosis to their new lives in long term care. The families struggle to see beyond the disease as they come to accept that each of us has cracks as part of being human. The show runs on April 18 at 2pm, April 19 at 7pm, and April 20 at 7pm at the Al Green Theatre. For more information go to:...