Trillium Research Day  - Primary Health Care Research Day




Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day Program Schedule




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8:15 am -
9:00 am
Registration & Continental Breakfast:
Mezzanine Level-Lobby in front of Maple Room
Poster Set-up: Foyer - Willow East
9:00 am -
9:10 am
Opening Remarks - Room: Willow
Welcome from INSPIRE-PHC; MC for the day
9:10 am -
10:00 am
Distinguished Lecture Presentation - Room: Willow
Primary healthcare performance​ reporting in the information age: empowering citizens, patients, and consumers.

Primary care performance data is growing exponentially. Ontario is a national leader in health system performance measurement and reporting, creating an opportunity to influence how primary care performance information can empower the public. To do so we need to understand what the public wants to know and how they use information as patients, consumers, and citizens to advocate for themselves and their communities. Better primary care and better health needs an engaged public.
Dr. Sharon Johnston, Associate Professor with the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Ottawa and a Clinician-Investigator at the CT Lamont Primary Health Care Research Centre.
10:00 am -
11:05 am
Poster Presentations and Break - Room: Foyer- Willow East
Review the posters you are most interested in
11:05 am -
11:50 am
Concurrent Oral Session I
4 concurrent Rooms: Maple West, Maple East, Linden, Cedar
(15 min each: 10 min presentation and 5 min Q&A); encouraged to include patient/community member and/or decision maker/knowledge user)
11:50 am Lunch - Room: Willow
12:20 pm -
1:35 pm
Martin Bass Lecture - Keynote Address - Room: Willow
Creating a Research-enabled Learning Health System
Dr. Robert Reid, Chief Scientist, Trillium Health Partners; Professor, Institute for Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto
Panel of Discussants: Policy, Patient and Clinician voices
1:35 pm -
2:20 pm
Concurrent Oral Sessions II - 4 concurrent Rooms: Maple West, Maple East, Linden, Cedar
(15 min each: 10 min presentation and 5 min Q&A; encouraged to include patient/community member and/or decision maker/knowledge user )
2:20 pm -
2:35 pm
Break - Room: Foyer in front of Maple Room
2:35 pm -
4:00 pm
Workshop 1: Patient and Family Storytelling in Primary Health Care Research
Lisa Hawthornthwaite, Fellow with the AMS Phoenix Project; Lauren Lee, patient facilitator; and Mim O'Dowda, patient facilitator.
The workshop will help research partners understand and prepare for the important role of supporting patients who are sharing stories in the process of a research project. If you are using patient stories in your research, this workshop will discuss the necessary role of facilitator to help ensure stories are being used for a productive research discussion... <read more>

Workshop 2: Integrating Rigorous Evaluation into Learning Health Systems in Ontario
Dr. Merrick Zwarenstein, Director of Research, Centre for Studies in Family Medicine, Western University and Dr. Jen Rayner, Epidemiologist and Lead of Research Program, Association of Ontario Health Centres (AOHC).
4:05 pm Time to complete Evaluation

For Further Information Contact:
Sandi Richard
Tel:  (519) 661-2111, extension 22136
Fax: (519) 858-5029